MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick | Residency
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Residency @ MISE-EN_PLACE

MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick was established in 2014 as a home for ensemble mise-en (http://ensemble.mise-en.org), led by composer, conductor, and current Artistic Director Moon Young Ha (http://moon.mise-en.org). Since its founding, MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick has provided rehearsal, performance, and studio space in the heart of Brooklyn, New York to a growing body of musicians, composers, and multimedia artists from New York City and across the world. MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick aims to bring a repertoire of challenging new sounds to diverse audiences, and impart an experience that is simultaneously multi-cultural, intellectually stimulating, and aesthetically pleasing. As a collective, its multi-national personnel has coalesced around a real aesthetic agenda, crystallized in the name mise-en: “mee”, in Korean, means “beauty”, and “zahn”, “to decorate.”

Arts Incubator Korea

The residency at MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick invites artists to live, work, and create in a focused and supportive environment. This residency is designed to support artists interested in exploring the boundaries of the space through music/sound art, performance, video, and audio/visual installations. Private studios and rehearsal spaces are provided for developing works-in-progress, and artists will have the opportunity to connect with the community through presenting lectures, workshops, masterclasses, exhibitions, concerts, or live performances. Projects may also be documented with provided audio and video recording equipment. This residency hopes to not only support the development of artists’ current works but also inspire future projects and possibilities for exchange.

Living Room

Residencies may be for one week to one month, and solo artists and collaborative teams are welcome to apply. Living-in is optional but welcomed (note: living accommodations can support up to two individual artists or an artist collective at any given time). A public presentation of work is also optional, as artists may request an internal presentation or portfolio review. Artists interested in working with musicians may propose to collaborate with ensemble mise-en, and musicians’ exact availability will be determined pending proposal approval.



-Baby Grand Piano

-Percussion (Vibraphone, Marimba, Gongs, Glockenspiel, Crotales, Drums, etc.)

-Electronics (7.1 Speakers, Video/Audio Recording Devices, HD Projector, DMX lightings, Guitar Amp, etc.)

-Recording equipment (mics, audio interface, cables, DSLRs, etc.)

More details (https://goo.gl/RNUuGN)


-Private live/work studio (professional-grade sound mixers, speakers, headphones and outboard gears)

-Shared living room, kitchen, and bath

-Quick access to bus (B24 and B60) and subway lines (L and JMZ)

-High Speed Wi-Fi

Un espace de création très inspirant, bien équipé et avec une équipe très attentionnée. Lieu idéal pour la musique contemporaine et électroacoustique.

A very inspiring, well-equipped design space and a very caring team. Ideal for contemporary and electroacoustic music.

Jullian Hoff (Canada), composer/sound artist

MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick hosts ongoing concert series, including the ensemble mise-en SOLOIST series, the electro/acoustic ACOUSTIC+ series, the CALL FOR CURATORS series, and more. In September of each year, MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick participates in the neighborhood wide cultural event Bushwick Open Studios, hosting two days of free concerts featuring experimental works submitted by composers from across the globe. The 2017 event featured 34 works, including 28 premieres, through audio/visual installations as well as live performances. Each June, MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick hosts the annual MISE-EN MUSIC FESTIVAL, a 5-day event that includes public concerts, workshops, and open rehearsals. To date, the festival has represented 130 composers from 65 countries.