SONIC OBSCURITIES OF THE VISIBLE

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SONIC OBSCURITIES OF THE VISIBLE

Time: February 18, 2011 from 8pm to 11pm
Location: Grace Exhibition Space
Street: 840 Broadway
City/Town: Brooklyn
Website or Map: http://www.grace-exhibiton-sp…
Phone: 646 578 3402 or 508 360 4540
Event Type: performance
Organized By: Grace Exhibition Space
Latest Activity: Feb 17, 2011

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SONIC OBSCURITIES OF THE VISIBLE
Sandrine Schaefer + Travis McCoy Fuller + Dima Strakovsky + Zhenesse Staniec Heinemann

"Sonic Obscurities of the Visible: 3 artists 3 arts"

Friday, February 18
9:00 - 11:00 pm
$5 donation

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 The Artists:

 SANDRINE SCHAEFER [BOSTON]

Sandrine Schaefer is a Boston-based Artist, Writer, and Curator. She is a co-founder of The Present Tense, an art initiative that produces and archives live art events and exchanges in transient spaces. She has been actively showing her own work and the work of others internationally since 2003. 
Sandrine's ephemeral artwork explores cycles of the visible becoming invisible to challenge the body's endurance through duration, actions of transport and units of measure. 
She is inspired by accumulative action, site sensitivity, and the promise of collaborative imagination.
Most currently, Sandrine is exloring universal and paranormal language as a way to unlock the secrets of the universe .
Videos of Ms. Schaefer: http://vimeo.com/5467428

Sandrine Schaefer: http://www.sandrineschaefer.com/home.html

ZHENESSE STANIEC HEINEMANN [NEW YORK CITY]

Zhenesse Staniec Heinemann has created live performative dioramas and short character driven video art in New York City for the past five years in varied spaces such as chashama, John Connelly Presents, Collective:Unconscious, Interart Annex, and the Scope Art Fair NY. Her interest in live art as representational or interactive social experimentation is reflected in both her solo and collaborative shows as well as in her curatorial work such as the eccentrically queer MEAT! in June 2008, and the 40ºPHI project in 2009. 
Her strong belief in the broad communicative ability of live still visual image and minimal gesture and the exploration of subject through durational performance are explored in work that often interrogates the female figure, cultural means of identity formation, the stability of relations between bodies and objects, and engagement between motivated agents of change. Zhenesse holds an M.F.A. in Playwriting from the University of Southern California and an M.A. in Performance Studies from New York University and has been the recipient of a Puffin Grant in 2007 and 2009 (for To Be Titled and the 40PHI: Live Art Expedition respectively), a Scope Grant, and multiple chashama space grants.

Zhenesse Staniec Heinemann:: http://zhenesse.com/index.html

TRAVIS MCCOY FULLER [BOSTON/ROME]

Travis McCoy Fuller is a visual, sonic and performance artist currently living and practicing in Roma, Italia. He was one of the founders and organizers of the late TEST performance art initiative in Boston, USA and is a member of the Los Angeles based artist collective Obscurities. He has exhibited his work widely throughout the US, Europe and South America. His practice includes, live sound performance, live action performance, video, drawing, murals, printmaking and experimental instrument building.
Travis will be presenting a new performance at Grace Space called either “Which part will go first?” or "The things stars are made of" or "A dash of jackal" or "Another blink from Brahma" or a combination of these titles, or nothing at all. 

Travis McCoy Fuller: www.tmf.templeofmessages.com

DMITRY (DIMA) STRAKOVSKY [RUSSIA/KENTUCKY]

My artistic explorations investigate information packaging and branding structures created by economic, political and social forces in the contemporary global marketplace. The function of those structures extends far beyond the production of physical artifacts. In a space where data is abundant and attention is scarce, they produce reductive systems of signifying relat

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