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Friday, January 17th to Saturday, January 18th, 2014

Charlotte Street is pleased to present In·ter·ven·tion, a site-specific installation by 2013-14 Charlotte Street Studio Resident Carolina Aranibar. This original art installation, accompanied by the premiere of a new piece, Preliminary Studies, by composer/musician Hunter Long, is presented as part of Charlotte Street’s Studio Residency Program ¶ Series.

In·ter·ven·tion is a temporary installation inspired by natural phenomena of light, color, and reflections. Developed by Aranibar through a period of exploration and experimentation within Paragraph gallery, In·ter·ven·tion responds to and amplifies specific aspects of the interior space, using subtle shifts in light to enunciate elements of the space most likely otherwise unobserved or ignored.  In·ter·ven·tion ultimately aims to enliven a sense of wonder at the dynamic moments constantly produced and presented all around us through interactions of light, space, and material.

Opening Reception:  Friday, January 17, 2014
Time: 6:00-9:00pm; with performance of Preliminary Studies by Hunter Long, 8pm
Venue: Paragraph Gallery / 23 East 12th Street KCMO 64105
Tickets: FREE
Additional Viewing Time: January 18th, 12-5pm

Details: Performance of Preliminary Studies by Hunter LongFriday, January 17, 8pm

During the opening, at 8pm, Black House Collective director Hunter Long will premiere “Preliminary Studies,” a new music composition for three players. This work, performed by Hunter Long, Amy Hearting, and Jason Smith, seeks to take the performers out of their comfort zones by asking them to play instruments they aren’t familiar with, while creating complex structures with toy sounds. Each of the performers will play multiple instruments, most of these being toy instruments common in child music classes.

For more details about the installation and artists, see the full Press Release.

Two left images: process (In·ter·ven·tion), 2014; Right image: Shine (installation views).

For photos of the event, check out our flickr.

Event Details
When

January 17th to January 18th, 2014

Where

Paragraph Gallery (23 E 12th St. Kansas City, MO)

Opening Reception
Friday, January 17th, 2014 6:00-9:00 PM
01/17/2014 12:00:00 01/17/2014 12:00:00 UTC Charlotte Street Foundation presents In·ter·ven·tion

Charlotte Street is pleased to present In·ter·ven·tion, a site-specific installation by 2013-14 Charlotte Street Studio Resident Carolina Aranibar. This original art installation, accompanied by the premiere of a new piece, Preliminary Studies, by composer/musician Hunter Long, is presented as part of Charlotte Street’s Studio Residency Program ¶ Series.

In·ter·ven·tion is a temporary installation inspired by natural phenomena of light, color, and reflections. Developed by Aranibar through a period of exploration and experimentation within Paragraph gallery, In·ter·ven·tion responds to and amplifies specific aspects of the interior space, using subtle shifts in light to enunciate elements of the space most likely otherwise unobserved or ignored.  In·ter·ven·tion ultimately aims to enliven a sense of wonder at the dynamic moments constantly produced and presented all around us through interactions of light, space, and material.

Opening Reception:  Friday, January 17, 2014

Time: 6:00-9:00pm; with performance of Preliminary Studies by Hunter Long, 8pm

Venue: Paragraph Gallery / 23 East 12th Street KCMO 64105

Tickets: FREE

Additional Viewing Time: January 18th, 12-5pm

Details: Performance of Preliminary Studies by Hunter LongFriday, January 17, 8pm

During the opening, at 8pm, Black House Collective director Hunter Long will premiere “Preliminary Studies,” a new music composition for three players. This work, performed by Hunter Long, Amy Hearting, and Jason Smith, seeks to take the performers out of their comfort zones by asking them to play instruments they aren’t familiar with, while creating complex structures with toy sounds. Each of the performers will play multiple instruments, most of these being toy instruments common in child music classes.

For more details about the installation and artists, see the full Press Release.

Two left images: process (In·ter·ven·tion), 2014; Right image: Shine (installation views).

For photos of the event, check out our flickr.

Paragraph Gallery (23 E 12th St. Kansas City, MO) Charlotte Street Foundation wes@5alldesign.com

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ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Born in La Paz, Bolivia, Carolina Aranibar is a visual artist who currently lives and works in Kansas City. She is graduate of Kansas City Art Institute and a 2013-14 Charlotte Street Studio Resident. For more information, visit www.carolinaaranibar.com.

Hunter Long is a composer/saxophonist and the artistic director of the Black House Collective, now in its fourth year as part of Charlotte Street’s Studio Residency Program. For more information, visit www.blackhouse.typepad.com.

Press Release

ABOUT THE CHARLOTTE STREET STUDIO RESIDENCY ¶ SERIES:

The Charlotte Street Studio Residency Program ¶ Series is a series of exhibitions, performances, projects, and public programs organized by and highlighting the work of Charlotte Street Studio Residents. From September 2013-December 2014, Charlotte Street’s Paragraph and Project Space galleries, 21-23 East 12th Street in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, will be dedicated to the Charlotte Street Studio Residency Program ¶ Series.

The intent of the series is to amplify the impact of the residency program by providing resident artists with opportunities to produce and publicly present ambitious new work and projects at highly visible public venues. Through the series, artists gain valuable hands-on experience with curating, marketing, installing and coordinating all aspects of producing exhibitions, performances, and events, while also pushing their work in new ways, undertaking new collaborations, and gaining increased exposure.

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