This site-inspired performance will draw on my interest in the interaction between human infrastructure and natural spaces. Specifically, here, I will utilize the claustrophobic environment of a concrete tunnel to offer an aural meditation on the violence and suppression embodied in and signified by infrastructure projects such as highways and dams.
UW-Madison Science Hall
550 N Park St. (front entry)
Rock Shop of the Anthropocene is a recommissioned exhibition displayed previously at The Comfort Station in Chicago. This piece will be shown in Science Hall from November 11th- December 20th. This exhibit explores the geologic detritus of the Anthropocene; a space to explore collection, commodification, and the contemporary geologic condition.
Please join us for the unveiling of this work, a brief artist talk, and snacks and refreshments.
Stella Brown holds a BA in Collection and Display of the Cultural Object from NYU’s Gallatin. Research is a main component of her practice. Brown’s museum-style collection methodologies represent events, ideas, or places, often drawn from artistic, anthropological, historic, and scientific objects.
Part of the Terra Incognita Art Series
Madison Public Library 201 Mifflin St. (2nd floor)
Bearings is a conceptual documentary photography project exploring connection, comfort, and sense of place in wild places. These photographs explore the interactions between the built roadway and natural surroundings. The series will be displayed on the 2nd floor of Madison Central Library during October and November of 2016. Please join me for the opening reception as part of MMOCA Gallery Night, which will also feature a string sextet playing arrangements of my compositions for solo double bass.
Part of the Terra Incognita Art Series.