Screening / Performance by
NO ONE IS ANYWHERE
Sunday, March 9th, Doors at 6pm / Screening at 7pm, $7-10
Process/Progress is a multidisciplinary series of responses combining the cinematic with oratory, the found with manufactured, the confirmed with the veiled. Films play in varied scales, the communal performativity of the cinema is spliced with voices present and archived, stretching and contracting distance and location with the edge of a screen, a page, a table, a phrase, a gesture, a performance.
A culmination of 2 years of foraging and transmigratory making Process/Progress combines performing object, installation, film and performance into an intimate journey and continuing exhibition about the fallibility of monument, the translatability of archive and how far a circumference an initial question can trace before returning anew.
(2014, Performance/Screening, 35-40 min)
Questioning ideas of space and place, where there ends and we begin.
About the Artists:
A discursive performance and art project housed widely in the minds of Rory Murphy and Stephanie Acosta, NO ONE IS ANYWHERE. Focusing on subjects of place, object, memory, archive and the living, Murphy and Acosta communicate through distance about proximity.
Formerly of Chicago’s the Anatomy Collective, the artists engage an extensive understanding of performance and ensemble building along with varied formal and experimental forms and technologies to create environments for, and interventions within, the viewer.
Programmed by Christy LeMaster
Filed under: artist in attendance, experimental, performance