by Red Cell
Jessica Rylan is not a household name. She is, however, a person who many experimental musicians and noise lovers admire deeply.
She builds her own analog equipment which she uses to makes some of the most challenging and unique sound art currently being made.
She is an artist and electronic engineer investigating the history and future of technology.
She has toured extensively in North America and throughout Europe, Russia, and Scandinavia.
She has conducted workshops in Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Ghent, Belgium; and Kabelvåg, Norway.
She has implemented some incredible sound installations at MIT’s LIST Visual Arts Center, the Boston Center for the Arts, Bard College and more.
She has albums available on labels with heavy influences on counter culture music like Important Records, Ecstatic Peace, and RRRecords.
She runs her own company that manufactures unique musical instruments influenced by modular synthesizers, chaos theory and intuition.
You’re getting the idea by now…
Jessica Rylan is a powerhouse of ideas and efforts.
Jessica Rylan spoke for an hour at The Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT in 2007. The video of her talk is below for you enjoyment. You can link to her company, Flower Electronics here. You can check out her band Can’t, here.
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