Mary Lucier and NYCEMF - 04/27/13

Dary John Mizelle studied trombone theory and composition in California.
( B.A. Sacramento State University, M.A. UC Davis, Ph.D UC San Diego. )
Dary John Mizelle

Daniel tells me that Milton Babbitt is the starting point for post concert
dialog @ the NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival.
NYC Electroacoustic Music Festival

The study of consciousness that can extend beyond the body is extremely important
for the issue of survival, since it is this part of human personality that would be
likely to survive death. ---Stanislav Grof ( with Sarah Lipstate, Aka Noveller. )
Sarah Lipstate

Music is gathering. Taking our scattered thoughts and senses and coalescing us back into
our core. Music is powerful. The first few chords can change us. ---Richard Lainhart
Richard Lainhart

Scandinavia House, the leading center for Nordic culture in the United States,
offers a wide range of programs that illuminate the culture and
vitality of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
Scandinavia House

Andrew, a gallery attendant for Norte Maar, introduces the photography of Julie Lemberger:
Two Decades of Documenting Dance. April 5th - May 19th: 83 Wyckoff Avenue, Bushwick.
Julie Lemberger: Two Decades of Documenting Dance

Mary Lucier's projection installation: 'Wisconsin Arc' is shown as a large-scale widescreen
display in the darkened Lennon/Weinberg gallery space. A trio of locals, out for a
simple walk, become part of their own unintentional ballet as their approach
to and retreat from the camera recur again and again.
Mary Lucier

Obviously people want social calm, but if you do not let clever and ingenious
people to participate, obviously there must be some dormant volcano
that will erupt, sooner or later. ---Lech Walesa
Paul Taylor Dance

I feel like a person living on the brink of a volcano crater. ---Agnes Smedley
View From The Volcano - The Kitchen

In France, you're with the crew, and you have lunch with them.
It's more like a family. ---Charlotte Gainsbourg
Christine and Nicholas

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