Triple Canopy presents Double Features, an evening of audio-visual exchange with Title TK and Marco Fusinato. Double Features is organized by sound artist and composer C. Spencer Yeh; this performance marks the return of the series after a hiatus of nearly two years. As is the Double Features standard, Title TK and Marco Fusinato will each perform alongside one film or video work. Title TK has chosen David Fincher's The Social Network (2010). Fusinato has chosen the YouTube user BermudaRao's Jan Vermeer (1632-1675): Une vidéo sur l'art du peintre hollandais (2012).

Participants
  • Title TK Title TK (Howie Chen, Cory Arcangel & Alan Licht) is a banter-prone band that has been described as “a cross between David Antin and Spinal Tap.”
  • Marco Fusinato is an artist and musician living in Melbourne, Australia. He has exhibited and performed at the Sao Paulo Biennial, the Glasgow International Arts Festival, the Melbourne International Arts Festival, and the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane, where his solo survey “The Color of the Sky Has Melted” was recently on view. Fusinato's primary focus is unconventional uses of the guitar and electronics. His record L’ Origine/Tema is forthcoming on Penultimate Press, (London).
  • C. Spencer Yeh is a musician, artist, and Triple Canopy contributing editor born in Taipei, Taiwan, and now living in Brooklyn. Yeh has performed and presented work in a variety of venues and exhibition spaces, including the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Modern Art, Bureau, the Kitchen, Issue Project Room (where he was an artist in resident in 2015), the Contemporary Art Center (Cincinnati), White Flag Projects (St. Louis), Sónar (Barcelona), All Tomorrow’s Parties, Performa 13, Kunsthall Stavanger (Norway), the Pérez Art Museum (Miami). He has collaborated on musical and artistic projects with Nate Wooley, Okkyung Lee, Justin Lieberman, Tony Conrad, and New Humans with Vito Acconci. Recent recordings include Solo Voice I–X, published by Primary Information; Wake Up Awesome, a collaboration with Okkyung Lee and Lasse Marhaug, published by Software Recording Co.; and Transitions, published by DeStijl. A new recording by New Monuments, Yeh’s trio with Ben Hall and Don Dietrich, is forthcoming on Bocian.