TRACE …the culmination of the Constellation Half-Remembered series.
July 26th and27th at 8pm, Parallel Public LAB (424 SW 153rd St, Burien, WA 98166)
Movement Performance by Aiko Kinoshita, Belle Wolfe, Scott Davis, Johanna Hulick, and Aaron Swartzman
Music by Amy Denio, Beth Fleenor, Bach
Light by Amiya Brown and Dani Norberg
Video by Kathryn Padberg
Art Installation by Julia Hensely
TRACE will take place at Parallel Public LAB (PPL) in Burien. Parallel Public Lab is located in a basement warehouse space in Burien and sponsored by Parallel Public Works, a technology and design studio. The LAB is a non traditional exhibit space for “experimentation, collaboration, flashes of insight, glaring disjunctions, and creative ferment across boundaries; for arguments, tests and trials, hypotheses and proofs-of-concept of multidisciplinary projects that bridge art installation, public space, media design and the information architecture of networked technologies”.
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Constellation Half-Remembered is a performance series developed around the theme of memory. Memories are malleable, impermanent, and central to the narrative of who we are. Each performance event in the series is purposefully crafted to be similar and different than those that have come before it. Sections will be re-made, re-ordered, deleted, or paired with different music. A rotating cast of performers will both subtly and obviously alter the energy of each installation, and an ongoing collaborative process with artists in other artistic mediums ensures that the world of each performance will be both familiar and unique. Think of it like reading multiple drafts of a novel years apart, the bones are the same, but the flesh moves. Like a memory recalled multiple times and embroidered or edited each time to fit the needs of the present, each performance will be increasingly rich and memory stained for those who witness more than one event of the series. Come experience your own expectations being met or subverted, come see different performers inhabiting the same underwater worlds, daydream and reminisce with us, add your own words to the stew. This is experimental art, and we need your ongoing participation to lift it into the realm of a shared artistic journey.