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The Metropolitan Museum
DJ Spooky - Of Water and Ice
+ Ice Star Installation by
Terreform ONE , MET Grace
Rainey Rogers Auditorium
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The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium Show:
LIVE STREAM
Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid, compositions, arrangements, live
electronics, live video-mixing
Haale, vocalist
Adrianna Mateo, violin
Jiliane Russo, cello
Terreform ONE, design

Of Water and Ice is a composition for string quartet and video that evolved out of Paul D.
Miller's large-scale multimedia work Sinfonia Antarctica. Of Water and Ice is a
music/video exploration of the composition of ice and water and our relationship to the
vanishing environment of the arctic poles.

This concert will be live-streamed.


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This event is one of several comprising The Met Reframed, an unprecedented,
multilayered, artistic partnership with Paul D. Miller (a.k.a. DJ Spooky That Subliminal
Kid), a composer, multimedia artist, writer, and DJ. His recorded output includes
remixes of music ranging from Wu-Tang Clan, Metallica, and Bob Marley to
classical/new music legends Steve Reich and the Kronos Quartet, and he has
performed as a DJ at major festivals, including Bonnaroo and Power to the Peaceful. His
work as a media artist has been featured at the Whitney Biennial, Venice Biennial, and
Miami/Art Basel; and his first collection of essays, Rhythm Science, was released by MIT
Press in 2004, followed by Sound Unbound, an anthology of writings on electronic music
and digital media (MIT Press, 2008).

"For me, it's such an honor to work with the Met from the viewpoint of sampling," says
Paul D. Miller. "I want to make a vibrant reflection of this incredible collection of materials
from all over the world. My residency will be a fun festival of ideas: from the South Pacific
to Asia, from the Civil War to 3-D photography, from Antarctica to environmental activism.
I want to show that music and art are always in dialogue."

The Met Reframed is made possible by Marianna Sackler.