At the intersection of the fine arts and music reside France Jobin and Tim Feeney. The two artists create sweeping sonic portraits that challenge the way we interact with and perceive both music and art alike. Jobin and Feeney don’t create art that can be easily mounted on the wall of a museum for patrons to wander past; nor do they create music meant for dancing to until the wee hours of the morning. Instead, Jobin’s minimalistic electronic installations and Feeney’s rhythmic percussion performances seep into your brain and leave you thinking about them long after they end.
Together has partnered with Non-Event, an experimental music series in Boston, to bring Jobin and Feeney to the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum. The evening’s performance will center around the unadulterated, yet strangely complex, environment created by Jobin using her electronic compositions and visual accompaniments. Feeney’s rolling percussion compositions will also be on display as he pushes the limits of his instruments in a similarly minimalistic way that complements Jobin’s style without directly competing with it.
The performance is this Wednesday at 7 p.m. and tickets are $15 ($10 for members and students).