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Two upcoming events in Studio Arts Center

Posted by on Thursday, September 19, 2019 in News and Events.

The Department of Art will present two events in the E. Bronson Ingram Studio Arts Center in the next few weeks.

we continue to sustain ourselves
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Space 204 – 6PM

Alejandro T. Acierto, “a matter of relation,” 2019, video with sound 5:05 minutes

we continue to sustain ourselves is an evening long performance with professor/artist/musician Alejandro T. Acierto, Ammie Brod, Zachary Good, and Ryan Packard. ┬áThe work comprises of two contrabass clarinets, viola, percussion, and interactive media. Working with feedback as a broadly defined phenomena, the experience becomes a way to advise other forms of relation and being – where bodies intersect, play, and intervene on and with technological systems built as extensions of themselves.

Professor Acierto describes the performance as a “meditation for queers of color, feedback becomes a metaphor that articulates our orientations as it registers our proximities.”

The evening is a program as part of Studio Art Sessions: 2019 Department of Art Faculty and Staff Exhibition on view in Space 204 through October 18,2019.

 

TIME OUT OF MIND: a film by Brian Siskind
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Room 220 – 10AM

photo courtesy of Brian Siskind

The Vanderbilt University Department of Art is excited to welcome Brian Siskind @thosedrones to the Vanderbilt University Department of Art for a screening of his film “TIME OUT OF MIND” in Room 220 at 10:00am on October 9, 2019.

Also known as Those Drones, Siskind is an artist who utilizes drones and sound in film, photography, original music scores and beatmaking, video art, and sound art. he is the Metro Archive’s first Artist-in-Residence (A.I.R.) and worked with incorporating rare footage from the Audiovisual Heritage Collection culminating in a work that combines original drone footage with original audio elements.