Friday, April 24, 2009

D'Ambrosio, Post, and Polli

Untitled Document

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APRIL 30, 2009



Antonino D'AmbrosioAntonino D'Ambrosio

April Artist in Residence

In Sun and Shadow

April 30, 2009

6:00pm: screening, Spector Ripps Project Space

6:20pm: guided tour, CCA Grounds, land art

Continuing his creative-activist series La Terra Promessa, two short films in time lapse were shot for two land art installations produced on site at CCA. Using hand carved stone placed in a choreographed manner, D'Ambrosio worked on the second installation with youth from County Day Reporting Program to construct "Diamanti nel di Massima" (Diamonds in the Rough). La Terra Promessa series is dedicated to Lorenzo D'Ambrosio (1941-1988) and Nicola DiSandro, master bricklayers who are the true architects of democracy helping to build this country ("La Terra Promisa") on their knees, with their hands and their hearts. Local filmmaker Kate Bradley-Klose provided support videography. Soundtrack to the film by Hank Schroy.

Baby Grand MasterUnited Content Providers

Longterm media outreach installation

Baby Grand Master [piano]

April 30, 2009

7:00pm: performance, Moving Image Lab

The Baby Grand Master [piano] is a long-term community outreach program installed in the Moving Image Lab. Youth and community are free to come and remix audio/visuals from the vast library of data housed by the baby grand, or can load up their own audio/visuals and VJ their own tracks.

Hello, Weather!Andrea Polli

Permanent installation

Hello, Weather!

April 30, 2009

Andrea Polli's Hello, Weather! attempts to de-mystify the collection and use of weather and climate data by bringing artists, technologists, ecologists and environmentalists together around her new public weather station permanently installed at CCA.

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