On Time & Place
Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center
56 Broadway, Asheville
Saturday, July 31 - 8:00 p.m.
$7/$5 BMCM + AC members and students w/ID
Check this out… Jason Scott Furr and Vincent Wrenn present a collaborative performance based and constructed on the time and location of the performance itself, utilizing emerging data streams as well as live (temporal) composition and sonic cinema. Jason Scott Furr brings the modulation of audio and video data streams, and Vincent Wrenn will create auditory variations on time and location.
Also up at BMCM+AC is an exhbiition of work from Kenneth Snelson, who was an art student at Black Mountain College in the summers of 1948 and 1949, where he studied with Buckminster Fuller and Josef Albers. He describes his work as a study of physical forces in three-dimensional space. Snelson made the original discovery of the tension/compression principle, “tensegrity” which defines his structural sculptures. Another of his works is a fifty year study, a multimedia piece describing the artist’s invented architecture for the atom. This exhibition includes small sculptures, panoramic photographs, digital pictures and patent drawings.