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Nameless Sound was established in 2001 to present the best of international contemporary music and to support the exploration of new methods in arts education

Nameless Sound presents concerts by premier artists in the world of creative music. In addition, Nameless Sound artists work directly with students from Houston’s public schools, community centers, and homeless shelters. Nameless Sound’s educational work helps to nurture a new generation of artists and inspire tomorrow’s creative thinkers
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NAMELESS: SOUND IN THE DIGITAL AGE





Nameless: Sound in the Digital Age
Installation view of Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age. Photo by Thomas R. DuBrock / Courtesy of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston


NAMELESS: SOUND IN THE DIGITAL AGE
 Digital electronic musicians MUTRON ANGEL and Rachel Hulsey
each perform a synthesizer solo in conjunction to the exhibition
Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age


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Sunday, August 12
3pm
- two solos
- break -
4pm - two solos

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Concert takes place in the exhibit,
located in the Audrey Jones Beck Building at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Concert admission is included with museum general admission.


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Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age
From furniture generated by algorithms to designs brought to life by a robot, the work of experimental Dutch designer Joris Laarman challenges the boundaries of art, science, and technology. Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age is the first U.S. museum survey to offer an in-depth look at the designer’s innovative oeuvre.
For more information: https://www.mfah.org/exhibitions/joris-laarman-lab-design-digital-age

Rachel Hulsey
Rachel Hulsey graduated from University of Houston College of Architecture, and now makes experimental ambient music as part of local trio Field Trip, as well as her own solo noise project Enemy Goddess.

MUTRON ANGEL
Having entered the realm of expanding soundscapes and electronic textures by accident, Jade Castillo uses the moniker, MUTRON ANGEL as a navigating force.