Friday, March 21, 2008

Sine Language

A Live Electronic Music and Digital Film Performance by Chris McNamara, Walter Wasacz and Jennifer A. Paull

Windsor-native Chris McNamara is a member of the Canadian-U.S. laptop collective, Thinkbox and currently teaches in the University of Michigan's Screen Arts and Cultures Department. His installation, Magic City, was exhibited in the Shrinking Cities exhibition both in Berlin (2004), and at Cranbrook Art Museum in 2007. Walter Wasacz is a writer/editor/photographer and co-founder of Paris '68, a sonic-art collective based in Detroit and Pittsburgh. His work was also featured at the Art Museum during the Shrinking Cities exhibition in 2007. McNamara and Wasacz are joined in this performance by sound and visual artist Jennifer A. Paull of Hamtramck, who has been performing with Paris '68 since 2006.

This is the last special event of the superb Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future exhibit. This is an all ages show but there will be a full cash bar.

Friday, March 28, 2008
7 p.m., deSalle Auditorium
Cranbrook Art Museum
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