• Laura Larry Arrington

    / Kadet Kuhne
  • Laura Larry Arrington

    photo by Margo Moritz
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Larry Arrington responds to

Null Extension
Video, Soundscapes, and Images by Kadet Kuhne

 

Mark your calendars! Saturday, May 5, 7-9PM: Join us for our FINAL Friction/Function performance for this season! The Friction/Function Performance Series invites performing artists to study and respond to the exhibition of an artist working in another discipline, ultimately creating and presenting a live performance in the exhibition space.  
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May 5 – Doors @7:00pm

$5 -20 Sliding Scale (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Free for ASG members! Cash or credit accepted at the door.

Larry Arrington is a dance-artist working in hybrids of idea and practice. Her work in dance (time/space/body/whole) pivots around a desire to orient towards the capacities in us all that can glimpse unseen and unutterable horizons. Her body is her life and her life is her work.


F/F #6 is in response to the work of Kadet Kuhne’s exhibition “Null Extension”. Null Extension delves into the spatial confinement of subjective perception. The line between subject and viewer, inescapability and endurance, limitations and potentiality, is stretched and pushed beyond comfort. Despite the structures that define and confine us, through altered states achieved in moments of suspension of time and space, our bodies can become a site of liberation and transcendence.

Exhibition Information

Null Extension
Video, Soundscapes, and Images by Kadet Kuhne
6 April – 5 May 2018

Null Extension delves into the spatial confinement of subjective perception. The line between subject and viewer, inescapability and endurance, limitations and potentiality, is stretched and pushed beyond comfort. Despite the structures that define and confine us, through altered states achieved in moments of suspension of time and space, our bodies can become a site of liberation and transcendence.

Aggregate Space Gallery presents immersive works by Kadet Kuhne in which the traveling viewpoint of the individual experience, contrasted with infinite expansion, allows an unraveling of monolithic understanding toward the process of becoming.

Opening Reception
6 April 6-10pm

Second Saturday Artists Talk
14 April 11am

First Friday Event
4 May 5-8pm

Friction / Function: 5 May 7pm