Holding Patterns & Collective Memories: Elise Baldwin & Kadet Kuhne at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
In addition to this event on Friday, Elise Baldwin will be presenting at our next Overlap Salon on December 15th at the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts.
This Friday, December 4th, Overlap showcases it’s first collaboration with the SF Cinematheque, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, with two awesome audio-visual performers, Elise Baldwin and Kadet Kuhne.
Friday, December 4, 7:30PM
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission Street, San Francisco
Tickets: members: $6 / non-members: $10
Advanced tickets: 415-978-ARTS
Drawing from each artist’s extensive work in installation and music composition, the live audio/video performances of Elise Baldwin and Kadet Kuhne create unique cinematic experiences through the application of real-time compositional techniques. With an interest in the transmitted electronic signal (via sensors, circuitry and neurons), Kuhne uses the medium to explore themes of communication, control and confinement in her works “Fight or Flight” and “Infinite Delay”. Equally engaged with innovative technology, Elise Baldwin’s works — Theatre of Plants and The Body Farm — consider the relationships between the natural world and the evolution of technology and themes of collective memory and history. Also screening: And the Sun Flowers by Mary Helena Clark and Paradise Falls, New Mexico by Christina Battle. (Steve Polta)
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