7:30 PM Sep 17, 19, 20, 21 Rafael Lozano-Hemmer premiere at the Guggenheim Museum "Levels of Nothingness" a performance-installation by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, featuring Isabella Rossellini, in conjunction with "Kandinsky" and the 50th Anniversary of the Guggenheim Museum. Part of the "Works and Process" series, "Levels of Nothingness"is an interactive light and sound piece that is co-written by philosopher Brian Massumi, and is inspired by Vasily Kandinsky's explorations of synaesthesia, most notably in his "Yellow Sound" (1912), a composition in which he proposes linking the senses using levels of abstraction. Lozano-Hemmer employs a computerized microphone to analyze live voice in real time and extract physical and linguistic data that, in turn, controls a full rig of rock-and-roll concert lights, creating a color show that surrounds the theater.
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