the wulf.

10.12.2020 7:00 p.m.

Coaxial Arts Presents: Axial Age Festival, the wulf.

the wulf. @ Coaxial via Twitch

Coaxial Arts Presents: Axial Age Festival, the wulf. featuring: Lil’ Jürg Frey, Casey & Cassie Duo, Pauline Lay, and Liam Mooney


Lil’ Jürg Frey

An experimental music ensemble that exists within Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Lil’ Jürg Frey is Dicky Bahto, Erika Bell, Morgan Gerstmar, and Stephanie Smith. “…while the game’s cute graphics and the performances’ overall premise may feel gimmicky at first, the meticulous consideration for rhythm, sonic qualities and spirited experimentation are undeniable upon viewing and very much in the lineage of Fluxus … what they accomplish here feels surprising, enthralling and nothing short of singular.” – Joshua Minsoo Kim, The Wire.

Casey & Cassie Duo

Casey Anderson is an artist working with sound in a number of media, including composition, improvisation, electronic music, saxophone, text, and installations.

Cassiopeia Sturm is a Los Angeles based sound artist and instrument builder whose absurd, speculative creations critique and reimagine the relationship between humans and technology. She uses interface design and generative algorithms to develop new methods of exploring technology from a personal perspective. In constructing, documenting, and sharing these inventions, Cassiopeia seeks to empower others to create their own devices.

Pauline Lay

Pauline Lay is an instrumentalist, composer, and events organizer in Los Angeles. She has performed and presented work at several larger institutions, venues, and areas throughout the US, but has also enjoyed the spirit of DIY venues, backyards, and cozy living rooms. Apart from her solo improvised violin and electronics performances, she currently performs and collaborates with other musicians in varying iterations and genres from duets to larger ensembles.

Liam Mooney

Liam Mooney is a composer, performer, and instrument maker based in Los Angeles. Mooney’s projects have involved such materials as popcorn, drinking straws, plastic bottles, soap, rubber bands, PVC pipes, dry ice, toy instruments, yogurt, balloons, drums, electric fans, foam, music boxes, and vacuum cleaners.