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Rāhina - (Mon) 2 Oct, 7-9pm

Techno Echo | Emi Pogoni

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Techno Echo is a monthly event for Femme & Non-binary music creators to share knowledge around sound & light technology. Featuring special micro performances and demonstrations by local artists/musicians followed by time for kōrero and connection. This month's special guest is Emi Pogoni.

Emi 恵美 Pogoni is an artist based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara/Wellington with a creative practice around composition, sound design and music direction. They also engage in technical sound work, curate performance for large-scale music events, design, and assist a small architectural practice with 3D modelling. They enjoy collaborating towards experimental and/or progressive projects, work largely within stage contexts for contemporary dance, theatre, performance art and fashion runway, and are an emerging practitioner for screen. Emi is a 2021 recipient of APRA’s Professional Development Award and is spending time researching artificial intelligence.


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Special thanks to Creative New Zealand for supporting Pyramid Club's programming.

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Emi Pogoni sits in front of a grey wall. They are wearing all black and the light is softly catching their face.
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