Georgic, performance

Date: 

Friday, May 8, 2020, 8:00pm

Location: 

ArtLab, 140 N Harvard St Allston, MA 02134

Image of a bison eye and surrounding fur

Friday, May 8, 2020 CANCELLED

ARTLAB: An original evening length musical performance, created by Max Murray, PhD Candidate in Music Composition and CMP. Performed by Richard Craig, Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, and Samuel Stoll.

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Image of a bison eye and surrounding fur

CANCELLED

An evening length work for three performers, Georgic is a composed meditation on the slaughter of the American bison during the late nineteenth century. Each of the three performers is both musician and actor, situated in the field of a work-encompassing fixed media component — pre-recorded sound and image both engulfing and articulated by, the concentrated actions of the live performers moving within a starkly reduced scenic disposition. Created by Max Murray, PhD Candidate in Music Composition and Critical Media Practice. Performed by Richard Craig, Noëlle-Anne Darbellay, and Samuel Stoll

Max Murray is a PhD candidate in music composition with a secondary field of study in Critical Media Practice at Harvard. Max was an artist in residence at the ArtLab. His residency supported the development of Georgic.

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Parking is not permitted at the ArtLab. The ArtLab is a 20-minute walk from Harvard Square and there is metered street parking. We encourage you to use public transit via the 66 or 86 MBTA bus, and Harvard Shuttles: Barry’s Corner or Allston Express

The ArtLab is committed to accessibility for all visitors. For anyone requiring accessibility accommodations please email artlab@harvard.edu