Art Lecture Series: Marina Rosenfeld

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Carnegie Mellon School of Art says
MARINA ROSENFELD - Tues. Sept 29 / 5pm, Kresge Theater
http://www.cmu.edu/art/lectures/index.html

Part of the 2015 VIA Festival www.via-2015.com
Attend Marina's site-specific performance Monday Sept 28, 7-9pm, CFA Great Hall, free & open to the public

Known equally as a composer of large-scale performances and an experimental turntablist working with hand-crafted dub plates, New York-based Marina Rosenfeld has been a leading voice in the increasing hybridization between the domains of visual art and music. She has created chamber and choral works, including the performances Teenage Lontano, Cannons and roygbiv; a series of acclaimed "orchestras" for floor-bound electric guitars and other quasi-sculptural scenarios; works notated in video, including WHITE LINES and My red, red blood; and since 2008, a series of installation/performance works, often mounted in monumental spaces, such as the Park Avenue Armory in New York and Western Australia's Midland Railway Workshops, deploying complexes of unamplified live performers and custom loudspeaker installations. Rosenfeld's work has been widely presented throughout Europe, North America and Australia, including recent solo projects for the Museum of Modern Art in New York; SPOR, Ultima, Wien Modern and Holland Festivals; the Whitney, Liverpool and PERFORMA Biennials; and many others.
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By: Carnegie Mellon School of Art