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Ivan Arteaga / Max Gualtieri / Corey Fogel / Jean-Baptiste.Traeger. Palmer @ Gallery 1412

  • Gallery 1412 1412 18th Ave Seattle, WA, 98122 United States (map)

Gallery 1412 is excited to be welcoming guitarist Max Gualtieri and drummer Corey Fogel on a tour from Los Angeles!

Opening the evening will be a solo set by Table & Chairs artist Ivan Arteaga. Following will be solo sets by Max Gualtieri and Corey Fogel. Closing the show will be the dynamic duo(+1) of drummer Dio Jean-Baptiste, noise artist Geoff Teardrop Traeger, and visual artist Darren Palmer.

Friday, April 10, 2015
Gallery 1412
Suggested donation $5-15
Doors 8:00pm - Music 8:30

Ivan Arteaga 8:30-8:50
Max Gualtieri 9:00-9:35
Corey Fogel 9:45-10:20
Dio/Geoff/Darren 10:30-end

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Los Angeles-based guitarist/composer/improviser Maxwell Gualtieri is a mainstay in the local creative music scene, regularly performing his own original music and the music of others. He is involved with notable bands and ensembles that include Stupid Man Suit, The Michael Mull Octet, The Matty Harris Double Septet, Saturn’s Rival, The Anthropic Ensemble and Sophocles Steve, among others. His work includes a variety of multidisciplinary projects, from composing and performing music for film and dance, as well as his more experimental audio/visual work that includes his ensemble Ladies and Gentlemen. Max is constantly refining his pour-over technique and occasionally uses a French press. In addition to his creative work, Maxwell is the Artist Liaison for the pfMENTUM record label and is managing director of the Rhodes School of Music. His latest release is a solo album of improvised music for electric guitar on the pfMENTUM label titled, For Los Angeles.


Corey Fogel (b. 1977) is a drummer and performance artist currently living in Los Angeles, CA. Corey performs and composes in many rock, jazz, noise, folk, and chamber music capacities. His solo work as a composer and performance artist is based around spontaneous encounters with sounds, objects, personalities, textiles, foods, spanning video, dance, and installation. His instruments act as a lens through which to view synesthetically-derived, abstract visual imagery. His gestural approach to sound confronts the corporeal limitations of drumming, by undoing, repurposing, and recombining classically trained musical behaviors. In addition to touring and recording nationally and abroad, Corey has been a member of groups: Julia Holter, Missincinatti, The Mae Shi, Gowns, Cryptacize, Barbez, Monstro, The Curtains, Learning Music, Nowcloud, Dominique Leone, 18 Squared. Corey has presented his own work with Machine Project, LACMA, Human Resources, The Wulf, The Hammer Museum, and REDCAT.