***ONLINE SALES HAVE ENDED BUT TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR***
In our very first partnership with the Grace Cathedral, we present two series of performances expanding the architecture and soundspace of the French Gothic Cathedral. For the first installment, four artists and ensembles reimagine organic architectures of the body as vessels for sound within the Cathedral and city infrastructure. The night begins with Gabriel Gold inhabiting the body of the cathedral with vocal layering and metallic percussion, followed by Kadet Kuhne demonstrating through sound and video performance how our bodies can be vessels that can adapt to the rapidly evolving world around us. Musician and vocalist Agnes Szelag and dancer Amy Lewis draw our attention from the physical structure surrounding us to the architecture of the body and the female form through sound, voice, and movement. Finally, Joe Lasqo and Ensemble reimagine how a future programmed body could reshape the world with living structures.
7:00pm - Doors Open
7:30pm – Gabriel Gold
7:55pm – Kadet Kuhne
8:35pm – Agnes Szelag and Amy Lewis
9:10pm – Joe Lasqo and Ensemble
*To note: Anyone sensitive to flashing lights should be aware that there will be some during the third performance.
Parking Available at: Grace Cathedral Garage, 1051 Taylor St, San Francisco, CA 94108
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