CRAIN/LACHMAN/POLIAK respond to
Hymn/Hum: An installation by Ven Voisey
Abby Crain, Layton Lachman, and Mara Poliak are collaborators in dance and experimental performance who met in Oakland California, and have been making and touring work together in various configurations for over 6 years.
They often source from non-human frameworks to detangle anthropocentric patterns of interaction from their surroundings, other bodies, space, and time.
An installation by Ven Voisey
8 December 2017 – 6 January 2018
With an increasingly rampant output of information, structures, rhythms, and systems, we find ourselves in the midst of densely layered realities: from the cities we construct to the ideologies we abide by. Background noise, both figurative and literal, societal and personal, intentional and inadvertent, can dilute any particular signal making communication between chasms treacherous territory.
Aggregate Space Gallery presents sculptor and sound artist Ven Voisey with this installation of instruments and compositions that harness both signal and noise. They are reflections on observed warnings and tensions, as much as they are an attempt to transcend tumultuous makings.
8 December 6-10pm
Second Saturday Artists Talk
9 December 11am
First Friday Event
5 January 5-8pm
Friction / Function: 6 January 7pm