This looks like a good time:
JULIAN BARNETT PROJECT
March 19-21, 2009 • [Thu-Sat] at 8:30 PM
Admission: $18.00 (members $12.00)
Read Julian Barnett’s preview in the New York Times!
Listen to Julian’s interview on Infinite Body!
In a world that can be recorded, rewound, fast-forwarded and replayed, how do we experience the present? A trio of powerful performers function within the malleable net of memory to catalogue a timeless framework of experience and distinct audio landscapes. Reshaped and retold through recollection and physical impulse, Sound Memoryilluminates a world to be remembered.
Sound Memory features performance by Julian Barnett, Justin Ternullo, and Hanna Kivioja with stage design bySolomon Weisbard, lighting by long-time collaborator, Amanda Ringger, and a musical score that is personal, shared, found, created, recycled, borrowed, and restored. Come listen.
“Barnett is adept at converting the incidental into the momentous.”
The New York Times
Sound Memory is made possible, in part, with funds from the Danspace Project 2008-2009 Commissioning Initiative with support from the New York State Council on the Arts and the generous individuals who contribute to Danspace Project’s Dans/Creation Fund. Additional funding has been provided by the Christian Keesee Charitable Trust and the Royce Family Fund. Sound Memory was developed, in part, with the generous support from the Duo Multicultural Arts Center and the Silo Residency Program. Sound Memory was created, in part, while in residence at Kaatsbaan International Dance Center in partnership with Danspace Project’s Danspace@Kaatsbaan Creative Residency Program and is supported by the New York State DanceForce with funding from the New York State Council on the Arts Dance Program.