• From School

    From School   Images are transparent, (nuff said) so that in reading or mediation nothing can be heard With grass and fog and the musical event – “where are you, dad? Daddy, what are you doing?” Ticktack, tick tack, talk? what matters now is host, lumpy bread whose arms dangle and whose voice is fiber. […]

    Todd Baron 0 Comments June 1, 2012
  • Lisa Adams: Paradise Notwithstanding

    The idea of paradise as a pretty place has never really sat well with me.  Perhaps because I don’t embrace its biblical connotations.  Paradise is simply the best we can conjure for ourselves. My paradise is broken, melancholic maybe, but beautiful nevertheless.  It’s a place that makes me feel comfortable. Though the landscape at once […]

    Lisa Adams 0 Comments June 1, 2012
  • Paul Fraser: Collective Contributions

    The museum is a sacred space revered by its members for the privilege to engage in a dialogue with works of art.  Los Angeles based composer and sound designer Paul Fraser has reconsidered our relationship to spaces like the Getty Museum and designed sound pieces to engage the community in a performance outside of the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012
  • Color My World with Sound

    “When I talk about color I try to make it clear that it doesn’t need to be perceived through something exclusively visual but with other senses.  If you can hear colors you can amplify the perceptions of the color and you can hear infrared and ultraviolet, so you can perceive more colors than through the […]

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  • Luke Jerram: Viral Control

    We are strangers from ourselves, in particular the anatomical construction that literally holds the fibers of our being in place.  The space within the body is as infinite and unknowable to the untrained eye as the celestial bodies that dwell above.  An understanding of the viruses that thrive within the human body are known to […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012
  • Dan Tague: Plates + Slides

    In 2005 Dan Tague watched his life wash away before his eyes.  A native of New Orleans, Tague was living in Mid City, which received about 7.5 feet of water, mud, filth, gas, sludge, waste and death when Hurricane Katrina hit.  He witnessed firsthand the deterioration of local and federal government, the breakdown of human kind […]

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