THURSDAY, JANUARY 9
About the Event
The story of the tracings of all the persons before us and after them
Sa'dia Rehman projects images from her archive—family photographs from the 1960s to the present, mass media images from U.S. news outlets, and a variety of other sources. She traces them on the wall as a live drawing, exploring how these public and private records communicate, consolidate, and contest ideas about race, power, and gender.
Model Home (Patrick Cain, electronics, and Nappy Nappa, vocals) will present an improvised performance for voice, tape, and electronics, as part of an ongoing inspection into creativity, discovery, and emergence of new ideas. Through a lens of real time re-arrangement of ideas and sounds, the artists create spaces that open possibilities of communication and world-building discovery.
Brandon Lopez and TAK Ensemble
Brandon Lopez is a New York–based composer and bassist working at the fringes of jazz, free improvisation, noise and new music. His music has been praised as “brutal” (Chicago Reader) and “relentless” (The New York Times).
TAK Ensemble is Laura Cocks (flute), Lester St. Louis (clarinet), Charlotte Mundy (vocals), Marina Kifferstein (violin), and Ellery Trafford (percussion).
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