april, 2022

2022thu21apr6:30 pmVirtual EventSoundSpace: Conversation PiecesThe Blanton’s acclaimed art and music series returns!6:30 pm(GMT-06:00) View in my time

A grid of eight different musicians and performers, performing inside a gallery space.

Event Details


Now in its tenth season, the Blanton’s acclaimed art and music series SoundSpace returns in virtual fashion with SoundSpace: Conversation Pieces.

Program curator Steve Parker has invited eight performers to create sonic pieces in response to an artwork in the Blanton’s collection. Online for the first time, the 24th edition of SoundSpace will transport audiences to the Blanton through sight, sound, and movement. Filmed in front of the work of art that inspired each, performances include a recreation of an exhausting dance marathon, a lament for a lost mother and the rituals of parenthood, an interpretation of a painting as a graphic score, and a response to the silencing of queer individuals on la frontera that uses Stacked Waters by Teresita Fernández to represent the Rio Grande.

Performers: 

SoundSpace: Conversation Pieces will be hosted live by Steve Parker and Carter E. Foster, Blanton Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs. The program will include pre-recorded performances in the museum galleries, followed by a live Q&A with performers Alexa Capareda, Graham Reynolds, and Michael Anthony García.

All performances are captured in high-definition video by Jose Lozano.

SoundSpace is generously underwritten by Michael Chesser.

Feature Image Credit: [clockwise, from top left] claire rousay, Henna Chou (photo: Leon Alesi), José Villalobos, Akirash (photo: Michelle Akindiya), Alexa Capareda (photo: Sarah Annie Navarrete), Michael Anthony García, Graham Reynolds, and Michael J. Love.

Time

(Thursday) 6:30 pm(GMT-06:00) View in my time

4 thoughts on “SoundSpace: Conversation Pieces”

  1. Rhonda Padon-Gibson

    Will there be any other opportunities available for Blanton members to view “Soundspace – Conversation Pieces” other than this evening? I would love my 16 year old daughter to see it, but she’ll be at a dance rehearsal.
    Thanks,
    Rhonda Padon-Gibson

    1. Lizabel Stella

      Thanks for asking, Rhonda! We will be sharing a recording soon, please chat back on the event on visit our YouTube channel to see it!

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