Chris Kubick and Seth Horvitz
September 2, 2011; 7:30 p.m.; Gallery BRSVP on Facebook
(Doors 5 p.m., DJ Sutekh 6:30 p.m.)
Programmed by Kamau Patton
Guest programmer Kamau Patton’s L@TE programs explore the artistic legacy of Kurt Schwitters. Tonight’s program features artists working in digital and electronic media whose work investigates notions of space and collage. Experience Berkeley-based artist Chris Kubick’s Many Many More Than One, a swirling multichannel audio-video environment that explores and twists film and T.V. sound effects that simulate the murmurs of crowds. Then listen as the cavernous space of Gallery B fills with a complex audio composition by artist and musician Seth Horvitz that uses as source material a recording of Kurt Schwitters reciting his epic sound-poem Ursonate.
L@TE is made possible in part by the continued support of the BAM/PFA Trustees. Special thanks to our media sponsors, East Bay Express and San Francisco Bay Guardian.
Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage is organized by the Menil Collection, Houston. This exhibition is generously supported by gifts from Laura and John Arnold; Houston Endowment Inc.; The Brown Foundation, Inc.; Catherine Morgan; Mrs. Nancy Brown Negley; Karen and Harry Pinson; Louisa Stude Sarofim; Leslie and Shannon Sasser; the Taub Foundation in memory of Ben Taub, Henry J.N. Taub, and Carol J. Taub; Lionstone Group; Allison Sarofim; Marion Barthelme and Jeff Fort; Sissy and Denny Kempner; Northern Trust; Ann and Mathew Wolf; Nina and Michael Zilkha; the City of Houston; and by proceeds from the inaugural evening of MEN OF MENIL. Exhibition underwriter Continental Airlines is the Preferred Airline of the Menil Collection.
The Berkeley presentation is made possible in part by the Simon Karlinsky Fund and by the continued support of the BAM/PFA trustees.
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