Wednesday, November 7th

Location: Top of the Oak St. Alley adjacent parking garage between Broadway & 10th

Time: 7-9pm

Featured Artist:

This first Wednesday night of (sub) urban Projections will feature artwork by University of Oregon MFA student Ian Clark 

Ian Clark will utilize live video projection and possibly performative gestures in a presentation that examines how we relate to a specific environment, to what might be thought of as beautiful

Intermission:

N F Chase

Four years in the making, Ngoma Lungundu will be presented in its culminating form . Chase has continuously developed the ballet since its premiere in the Czech Republic, opening the Setkavani Nove Hudby Plus Festival of 2008.

Ngoma Lungundu incorporates IDM, video game music and abstract electronic noise to create a sonic landscape that folds itself into the native sounds of the urban streets. Animated light projections echo passing cars, moonlight in the trees, bringing a cast of ephemeral, fantom dancers to the street.

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