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|Mar 17, 2019-|
May 02, 2019
12:00PM - 05:00PM
|Project Space Installations: Martha Colburn and Stephanie Solinas|
Project Space presents site-specific installations that are guided by information and experiences gathered while work is in progress at Headlands.
Headlands Center for the Arts, 944 Fort Barry, Sau
Mar 17-May 2, Sun-Thurs, 12-5PM
Work in progress studio: March 17-April 11
Final installation on view: April 14-May 2
Reception: Sunday, April 14, 12-5PM
Martha Colburn: Animated Geometries
Stop-motion animation master Martha Colburn refashions the Project Space into a lab for collaboration. Selected guests will contribute video elements and musical accompaniment, present films, and sometimes give live performances. Using a glass multiplane animation stand, claymation, and other means set up in Project Space, visitors will also be invited to help create the new work. For Colburn, exploring visual ideas through the physical activity of stop-motion animation emphasizes the body\\\'s potential to generate a film through gestures, motions, emotions, and intuition.
Stephanie Solinas: Becoming Oneself
Following the dual threads of science and spirituality, Stephanie Solinas\\\'s trilogy The Dazzled Blind delves into the materiality and intangibility of identity. Following the first two parts of the series based in Iceland and Italy, this third installment explores the West Coast from Sedona to Silicon Valley, drawing parallels between the physical landscape and its abstract philosophical territory of ideas. Solinas uses photography as well as film, audio recordings, and spirit readings to delve into the belief systems that compose a current moment of "Coastal Californian Futurism." Insightful with a dose of humor, her interactive installation invites guests to discover her intersecting research on New Age spiritualism, transhumanism, engineering, and computer science.
Presented by Headlands Center for the Arts.
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