Time & Location
Jan 28, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Ki Smith Gallery, 170 Forsyth St, New York, NY 10002, USA
About the event
Ike Moemeka is a multi-faceted musician who lives and breathes music. A talented instrumentalist and a creative producer, he showcases his work and collaborations on his social media platforms where he has gained a loyal fan base. His music spans and takes influences from many parts of the world and incorporates a multitude of innovative arranging, instrumental, and production techniques as he strives to express himself as authentically and artistically as possible. The result is his fresh and original sound, a blending of tambers from traditional jazz, funk, pop, neo-soul, and countless other genres. He recently relocated to Boston to study at Berklee College of Music, where he continues to hone his craft and explore new musical possibilities. On most days, you will find him in his home studio messing around with ideas and recording what comes to his mind as he constantly tries to create as much art as he can.
Tammy Huynh, aka “mitamu”, is an interdisciplinary and multi-award winning artist who draws inspiration from all forms of storytelling. As a second generation queer, Vietnamese American, many questions surrounding identity, culture, and values collide in her practice. These questions often become the music Huynh wants to create. She is interested in creating works that explore collective storytelling through improvisation and the relationship between visual art, poetry, music, and technology. Themes she has previously explored include fragmentation and identity, multiculturalism, and most recently, futurism.
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