Fri, Jan 10|
FRIDAY, JANUARY 10
Susie Ibarra and Dreamtime Ensemble build a mesmerizing polyrhythmic environment, Allard van Hoorn transmits wavelength-patterns of his new photography series on a Moog synthesizer, and The Dream Mapping Project presents film, spoken word, and song.
Jan 10, 2020, 8:00 PM – Jan 11, 2020, 12:00 AM
Fridman Gallery, 169 Bowery, New York, NY 10002, USA
About the Event
Friday, January 10
The Dream Mapping Project
Seeing Through Corners
The Dream Mapping Project presents its latest art film Seeing Through Corners, featuring members of the troupe and a 15 minute performance, Kanika, involving spoken word, original music, and dance.
Performers: Lana Nasser, Jennifer Cabrera Fernández, Jeremy Opt Perez
Lighting design: Miguel Angel Valderrama
Original Music: Jennifer Cabrera Fernandez
Allard van Hoorn
072 Urban Songline (Ellis Island Film Filters)| Latitude: 40.690012° N – 40.702417° N / Longitude: -74.016910° W – -74.046767° W
Allard van Hoorn presents a new series of images shot from Battery Park facing Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty using Rosco cinematic gels, of which he will play the wavelength-patterns as musical scores by mapping them in a graphical Moog synthesizer.
Susie Ibarra and DreamTime Ensemble
Fragility: An Exploration of Polyrhythms
Drummer/composer Susie Ibarra’s immersive performance uses polyrhythms as a model for human interdependence. She conceives the musical structure of Fragility as a ‘game piece’ in which the rules require performers to take turns conducting action: shifting roles and perspectives in live experimentation. Ibarra leads the audience into a mesmerizing musical environment as multi-layered, expansive sonic textures flood the room.
DreamTime Ensemble is Jennifer Choi (violin), Yves Dharamraj (cello) Claudia Acuña (vocals), Yuka Honda (electronics), Jake Landau (guitars, keyboard), and Susie Ibarra (drumset, percussion)