Pacific Standard Time: Performance Installation of Channa Horwitz's "Variations on Sonakinetography #3"
Monday, January 23, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)
5:15-6:15pm Docents available at the Marion Davies Guest House to discuss the site
6:30-10pm: Performance Installation - no set entry time, and no seating
~6:30pm: Poem Opera for 8
~7pm: Variation on Sonakinetography #3 for Dance & Light show
~7:30pm: Variation on Sonakinetography #3 for percussion, performed by Corey Fogel and Scott Higgins
~7:45pm: Variation on Sonakinetography #3 for piano, performed by Maria Moraru
~8pm: Interlude with a brief archival video screening of Channa Horwitz's work
~8:20pm: Poem Opera for 8
~8:50pm: Variation on Sonakinetography #3 for Dance & Light show
~9:10pm: Variation on Sonakinetography #3 for percussion, performed by Corey Fogel and Scott Higgins
~9:30pm: Variation on Sonakinetography #3 for piano, performed by Maria Moraru
The theory behind my work is that if structure plays out long enough, it will appear to be chance. It won‘t be chance, it will only appear to be chance. My life flows as all things in the universe flow, in a cyclical or circular manner. It is as in Lobachevskian geometry, the continuum meets itself in space. The beginning and ending are only one step away from each other. There is no beginning and ending … in the universe. To live for all time, is to live now. My life‘s duration is all time...
- Channa Horwitz
The evening will include a performance of Poem Opera for 8 and three interpretations of Horwitz's Sonakinetography #3, one for a dance and light show choreographed by Horwitz's daughter Ellen Davis, one for piano by Maria Moraru, and one by percussionists Corey Fogel and Scott Higgins.
Please note that this is a performance installation and there will be no seating - observers are welcome to walk through the installation as it's being performed. Seats will be available in an adjacent room for rest and contemplation. The performances repeat once and there is no set entrance time for guests.
This evening's performance installation is supported by the California/International Art Foundation (C/IAF) and François Ghebaly Gallery. Presented as part of the Live Performance section of Pacific Standard Time, an initiative of the Getty whose presenting sponsor is Bank of America. Special Thanks to Lyn Kienholz.
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Directions: The Beach House is located at 415 Pacific Coast Highway, Santa Monica, CA 90402 on the west side of Pacific Coast Highway, a half mile north of the California Incline and a half mile south of Chautauqua Blvd. Plenty of public parking is available - enter off PCH at the Beach House Way traffic light. The facility is easily accessible by foot or bike from the beach bike path, although the Beach closes at sunset. There is ample bike parking at racks throughout the site - remember to bring your own lock.
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