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Cinthya García Leyva + Timothy Leonido Jordan Topiel Paul

  • Vox Populi 319 North 11th Street Philadelphia, PA, 19107 United States (map)
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January 27th 2018
Vox Populi Gallery and Eric Laska present:

Cinthya García Leyva + Timothy Leonido

Gudinni Cortina + Ethan Tripp

Jordan Topiel Paul






Gudinni Cortina

b. Mexico City 1968

I'm a media artist, based between Mexico City and Hacienda Santa Barbara in Tlaxcala.

I use different approaches to transform space such as photography, live sound performances, installation.

Recent work duo with Cristian Alvear on Caduc records

https://soundcloud.com/mathieu-ruhlmann/mark-so-and-suddenly-from-all-this-there-came-some-horrid-music

Cinthya García Leyva (MX) | c-gl.net

Her work is focuses on interdisciplinary practices and extended poetics. Her most recent research is dedicated to exploring notions such as erasure, erosion, residue and re-writing in contemporary textualities. She has had individual and collective interventions in spaces such as University Museum of Contemporary Art in Mexico City, Chopo University Museum, Archivo Diseño y Arquitectura, Cultural Center of Spain in Mexico, The National Sound Library in Mexico, among others. In 2015 she received the FONCA Young Creators Grant, in the Multimedia category. She was co-coordinator and programmer of the PoéticaSonora MX series (lleom)––2016 and 2017 editions. She is currently working on a research project around the politics and poetics of destruction in diverse text-sound relationships, and collaborates for different projects of interdisciplinary creation and divulgation, one of them is the Art, Science and Technologies Program, recently launched both by the Secretariat of Culture and the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She also teaches at CENTRO | Design, Cinema and TV University.

Jordan Topiel Paul

Jordan Topiel Paul (b. 1985, NYC) is a composer whose work addresses the dynamics of listening, spaces and contemporary culture. Extending from the proposition that music's primary material is listening, his pieces point to an expanded musical context that foregrounds attention, physicality, place, timing, and genre. His performances and installations have been presented foremost on the internet (http://topiel.info/) as well as in apartments, canyons, motels, chapels, museums, galleries, cafes, sidewalks, public plazas and music spaces throughout North America and Europe. He lives and works mostly in Mexico City.

Timothy Leonido

is a writer and musician who lives in New York. 

Ethan Tripp

Ethan Tripp is an electro-acoustic improvisor whose work focuses on exploration of the materiality of every-day sounds and the impossibility of silence. The principal devices for sound production are simple objects like radios and speakers, accompanied by junk like bicycle spokes and bits of discarded metal. Like Free Improvisation with no technique, Sound Art with no art, he seeks to formulate an experience out of the trash of the sonic world, the tension of expectation, and the certainty of unfolding time. Ethan has a new work with computer musician Reed Evan Rosenberg, entitled Medium Rude, which will soon be released on the AEU imprint of Erstwhile Records.