Wohl + Glo + Sonic Generator | Sol LeWitt

Event Details
  • Date/Time:
    • Tuesday October 18, 2016
      7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Location: Corner of Highland Avenue and Glen Iris Drive, Atlanta, GA 30312
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  • Email: info@gloatl.org
  • Fee(s):
    FREE ADMISSION
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Full Summary: A Glo + Sonic Generator hybrid performance of amplified orchestra, electronics, and movement, among 54 Columns, activating Sol LeWitt's art space as a daydream environment. 'Yesterday she plowed the Land' is a world premiere, multi-sensory experience of Paris-born sound artist Daniel Wohl's improbable vibrations titled CYCLES. Glo and Georgia Tech Center of Music Technology are expanding their collaborative laboratories with two new projects this Fall. Along with 'Yesterday' is a duet for Go Pro technologies.

Monday, October 17 & Tuesday, October 18 | 7:00pm | FREE ADMISSION
Sol LeWitt 54 Columns | Corner of Highland Avenue and Glen Iris Drive, Atlanta, GA 30312

 

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Yesterday She Plowed The Land
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A Glo + Sonic Generator hybrid performance of amplified orchestra, electronics, and movement, among 54 Columns, activating Sol LeWitt's art space as a daydream environment. 'Yesterday she plowed the Land' is a world premiere, multi-sensory experience of Paris-born sound artist Daniel Wohl's improbable vibrations titled CYCLES. Glo and Georgia Tech Center of Music Technology are expanding their collaborative laboratories with two new projects this Fall. Along with 'Yesterday' is a duet for Go Pro technologies.

Monday, October 17 & Tuesday, October 18
7:00pm | FREE ADMISSION
Sol LeWitt's 54 Columns | Corner of Highland Avenue and Glen Iris Drive, Atlanta, GA 30312


'Yesterday she plowed the Land' brings together longtime collaborators: 6 musicians of Sonic Generator, Georgia Tech's Ensemble-in-Residence, and 4 glo moving artists. Lauri Stallings' choreography and movement rituals will landscape the performers amidst LeWitt's 1999 minimalist public art piece, near the Beltline, in Freedom Park. The performers are Kristina Brown, Jennifer Cara Clark, Stuart Gerber, Ted Gurch, Helen Kim, Cailan Orn, Mary Jane Pennington, Brad Ritchie, Jessica Sherwood, and Tim Whitehead. 

"Yesterday she plowed the Land" is presented in partnership with the GVU Center at Georgia Tech, The Georgia Tech Institute for People and Technology, The Georgia Tech School of Music, Cultural Services of the French Embassy, and glo. 'Yesterday she plowed the Land' is made possible by support of the Cultural Services of the Embassy of France to the United States as part of France Atlanta 2016. Additional support from Atlanta Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs.
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ABOUT GLO
glo is a generative platform whose collaborative laboratory builds relationships, mixes identities and recognizes new possibilities through experimental works that induce vulnerability through constructed migrations of movement and community. A nomadic medium, glo's transhumance has included Creative Time, Big Boi of OutKast, Robert Spano and Atlanta Symphony, The Goat Farm, and numerous Places In Peril across the American South.

ABOUT SONIC GENERATOR
Founded in 2006, Sonic Generator is the contemporary music ensemble-in-residence at Georgia Tech dedicated to using technology to transform the ways in which we compose, perform, and listen to music. The group works closely with students and faculty across campus to implement technology in concert and to incorporate new research into live performance. Sonic Generator presents a diverse lineup of music by composers such as Steve Reich, John Cage, Mario Davidovsky, Brian Eno, Louis Andriessen, and Terry Riley; it is also committed to performing music of younger composers and to commissioning new works. Sonic Generator's experiments with new technologies have led the group to perform with wine glasses, iPhones, comic strips, car speakers, DJs, and a robotic drummer. The ensemble also frequently collaborates with visual artists to create video projections to accompany its performances.

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College of Design, School of Music, CMT - Center for Music Technology, Sonic Generator, Arts @ Tech

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Public
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  • Created By: Tyler White
  • Workflow Status: Draft
  • Created On: Oct 5, 2016 - 2:25pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 5, 2016 - 8:58pm