|Thursday Evening, July 19, 2012||Not Sent Letters Set||Interdisciplinary Contributions|
|interdisciplinary works by Sarah Shamash & Aisha Jamal w/ Sebnem Ozpeta, Dima Alansari & Carmel Amit
Mind Of A Snail ft. Jessica Gabriel & Chloé Ziner
Jeremy Todd w/ live music scoring by Lindy Gray & Filip Gorecki for letters selected & read from the project archive by Christina Panis, Laura Lamb, Suzanne Ward & Mark Dahl
|NOT SENT LETTERS SET
by Jeremy Todd w/ live music scoring by Lindy Gray & Filip Gorecki for letters selected & read from the project archive by Christina Panis, Laura Lamb, Suzanne Ward & Mark Dahl.
Summer Special Not Sent Letters Set (February 13, 2010):
Working with ideas of oral and family histories, diasporas, migrations, translations, and interpretations, AISHA JAMAL and SARAH SHAMASH are creating an installation piece with an audio floor map that uses recorded interviews with family members recounting migration stories, mixed with recorded audio from their journey to the Middle East in 2011. A performed version of one of the two trajectories to be featured in the installation, using recorded audio, projected video, and live translations from Portuguese to Turkish, Arabic, Hebrew and English, will be presented for the Not Sent Letters & Guests Summer Special. Performing translators include SEBNEM OZPETA (Turkish), DIMA AlLANSARI (Arabic), SARAH SHAMASH (English), & CARMEL AMIT (Hebrew).
|MIND OF A SNAIL
Since 2003, JESSICA GABRIEL and CHLOE ZINER have been developing a multilayered style of visual storytelling using overhead projectors as their main light source. Their performances combine originally crafted puppets, music, masks, and eclectic experiments in lighting and timing. Their “Compost-Modern” approach explores the interconnectedness between what is considered natural, artificial, and where everything blurs in between. A new work will be presented for the Not Sent Letters & Guests Summer Special that responds to the context of the overall project.
|@ KRANKY CAFE
216 E. 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Special Thanks to Dana & Tondela @ Kranky for hosting the project and to Matilda Aslizadeh for the video documentation.
is a Berlin-based Japanese artist who playfully integrates painting, comics, animation and music production within his practice. His highly idiosyncratic works often explore narratives of isolation and desire in modern life with unexpected, mesmerizing results. Two of his animated shorts, The Woman In The Long Black Skirt (2010) and Sphere (2012), will be screened for the Not Sent Letters & Guests Summer Special.
For more information about Hoji’s work please visit his website.
|The Evening In Pictures:|
|The amazing live scoring duo of Linday Gray & Filip Gorecki get ready for the Not Sent Letters Set.||Checking sound for Telling Traces.||Dana sets up behind the Kranky counter for the Not Sent crowd.||Mind Of A Snail prepare (Chloe Ziner & Jessica Gabriel).|
|People watching and listening to Hoji Tsuchiya’s animations.||Telling Traces in progress.||Telling Traces in progress.||Getting some air between the presentation of works.|
|Not Sent Letters Set in progress: Christine Panis reads.||Not Sent Letters Set in progress: Suzanne Ward reads.||Not Sent Letters Set in progress: Laura Lamb reads.||Not Sent Letters Set in progress: Mark Dahl reads.|
|Mind Of A Snail begin.||Mind Of A Snail sum it all up.||Making the Mind Of A Snail magic happen.||The crowd gets in on the Mind Of A Snail act.|