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Aug 18, 2023 at 7:30 pm

Sharp Ear, Soft Throat

With JT Green, Fil Corbitt, Jemma Rose Brown, Ariana Martinez & Chelsea Daniel

We’re delighted to join hands with an incredible lineup of sound artists of all stripes to co-present SHARP EAR, SOFT THROAT, a series of new sound art works from multi-vocal memoirs, to a blend of music, poetry and performance to a reflection and sharing of an experimental podcast, to immersive and participatory works that engage history, mythology and more!

Come through to tune into this dynamic and boundary-pushing work from audio producer and artist JT Green, radiomaker Fil Corbitt (The Wind), artist Jemma Rose Brown, multimedia artist Ariana Martinez. 

Each piece uses spoken narration and audio recordings to bend the thin threshold between documentary and fiction; between listening and hearing.

We’re also thrilled to have DJ and composer Chelsea Daniel spinning us some groovy tunes in transitions and after the show! Doors at 7, show starts at 7:30.

While masking at our events is optional, we always have free masks available on-site and encourage folks to wear them to keep safe and prevent the spread of Covid.



An ongoing body of work which explores how trauma physically manifests itself through music, poetry, and performance. Featuring a vocal and music performance by Amy Mereson and Alex Washington.

The Wind by Fil Corbitt

Fil Corbitt’s podcast, The Wind is created at a handmade desk high in the Sierra Nevada. For this performance, Fil will share recordings from The Wind, blended with their own reflections on learning from soundscapes.

Eggshells by Jemma Rose Brown

Jemma Rose Brown will be premiering Eggshells, a multi-voiced memoir metabolizing the things that went unspoken.

Paresthesias & Petrichor by Ariana Martinez

Ariana will perform Paresthesias & Petrichor, a developing audio/visual/participatory artwork that illuminates the history, mythology, and lived experiences of people whose sensitive, responsive bodies forecast and log environmental change.


JT Green is an audio producer by trade and an artist by practice.. JT has performed sold out shows for Issue Project Room, In the Dark Festival, and Domino Fest, and has exhibited works in Europe, South America, and the United States, including The University of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and Mass MoCA.

Fil Corbitt (The Wind) is a radiomaker from the mountains outside Reno. Their podcast, The Wind is created at a handmade desk high in the Sierra Nevada. Fil’s work has appeared on Snap Judgment, 99% Invisible, NPR’s Hidden Brain, the CBC, among others. They’ve performed The Wind across the western US including Treefort Music Fest, The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, and will be in New York City on tour.

Jemma Rose Brown is an artist born and raised in NYC. She is the Director of On Air Fest and Co-Founder of Cosmophage. Jemma’s work has been presented on Governors Island, Future Space and at Lucas Lucas Gallery.

Ariana Martinez is a multimedia artist, radio maker, and educator. Ariana’s audio and visual work has appeared at The Barbican Centre (UK), The Open City Documentary Festival (UK), LUCIA Festival (Itlaly), The HearSay Audio Arts Festival (Ireland), and elsewhere.

Chelsea Daniel [digital diva] is a queer Caribbean-American DJ and composer. As a classically trained musician, Chelsea has an ear for music curation and seamless transitions. Her DJ sets are genre-spanning with the inclusion of hard hitting beats and eclectic sounds. As a sound designer and composer, she has created original compositions for both film and podcasts. Some of her collaborators include The New York Times and New York Theater Workshop.

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Aug 18, 2023
7:30 pm


352 Onderdonk Avenue
QUEENS, NY 11385 United States
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