Hannah G. Thompson and Arvid Tomayko bring their work together to create a wearable two person fabric sculpture performed as an interactive instrument. A garden of tentacles constitutes a patching interface to control layers of sound.
Arvid Tomayko is a Providence based experimental musician, composer and multimedia artist interested in the intersection of improvised electronic music and data or process driven composition realized as unique sound and visual performance systems.
Hannah G. Thompson is a fabric sculptor. She performs dance movement within her wearable sculptures and installed environments. She uses her body to unfold hidden layers of her costumes in ways that speak to her cultural experience as an outsider.
Live at The Grease Diner in Oakland CA
Live at Life Changing Ministry in Oakland CA
Live in Pittsburgh