Mariana Valencia: brownout (World Premiere)
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Baryshnikov Arts Center Presents Mariana Valencia brownout (World Premiere) BAC Artist Commission March 1-15, 2021
brownout is a solo created, directed, and performed by Mariana Valencia that uses a series of movement and sound scores to play with narrative, abstraction, and inference. Generating a visual essay through the “stage” of the camera, shifting the frame from one lens to the next explores changes in electricity, visibility, and perception.
Creator, Director, and Performer: Mariana Valencia Audio Editor: Tatyana Tenenbaum
Film Location: Hudson Hall in Hudson, NY and Coxsackie, NY
In Conversation: Mariana Valencia with Ali Rosa-Salas BAC presents a live-streamed conversation with Valencia and curator Ali Rosa-Salas on Wednesday, March 10 at 8PM ET. Free registration for the live Zoom conversation will be available beginning March 1 at 5PM ET.
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