01/12/2015 - 01/16/2015
01/19/2015 - 01/23/2015
D300 Gallery: Lauren Steinberg MFA PHOTO
D301 Gallery: Pàll Bjornsson MFA ART
L-SHAPE Gallery: Amanda Walker BFA ART
MAIN Gallery Perimeter: Javier Rosales BFA PHOTO
A402 Gallery: Jamora Crawford MFA PHOTO
LIME Gallery: Richard Stewart BFA ART
MINT Gallery: Ting Ying Han MFA ART
FILM/VIDEO: An animated installation.
CalArts Office of International Relations and CultureHub present Rafael Lopez-Barrantes: Voice and Gesture Workshop/Residency
CalArts, XBOX (Main Gallery Conference Room)
INSTITUTE / THEATER: Rafael Lopez-Barrantes, Associate Head of Programs in Performance in the Theater School, will conduct a voice and gesture workshop with students at The Seoul Institute of the Arts via Telepresence. CalArts students of all disciplines are welcome to join the workshop. Interested students are required to RSVP with Annie Kim at email@example.com.
This workshop/performance art class is based on the extended vocal range techniques of the Roy Hart Theatre of France. The voice of each individual, as well as the group "voice" is explored in such a way as to contact sources of energy hidden deep within the body. The class begins with the voice of each individual just as it is. Therefore it is not necessary to have had previous vocal training to discover one's own expressiveness. Through breathing and body conditioning exercises we will approach sound, text and/or song. The movement/gesture work in the class evokes the world of dance-theatre and will be explored in connection to the voice.
The work is designed to:
- Strengthen, free and develop the vocal range of the performer
- Establish the connection within its source, the body
- Represent the voice through gesture and movement
- Address the interdisciplinary vocal demands currently placed on the performer
Rafael Lopez-Barrantes: My experience as a performer, as a researcher and teacher of extended vocal range techniques, has to be traced to the work I did as a member of the Roy Hart Theatre between 1974 and 1991, where I contributed to building its center for the arts in the South of France.
It was out of this context that I became a co-founder of Archipelago Theater Inc. in France (1984) and USA (1989) creating and directing theatre works.
My years of research and performing with the Roy Hart Theatre, my commitment to the Puppetry Arts, my work on the Flamenco form as well as Japanese Traditional Performing Arts, and my teaching positions at Duke University as well as the American Dance Festival since 1992, have led me firstly to establish the principles and foundations which form the basis for artistic expression and secondly create a methodology designed to extend the vocal range of the performer.
THEATER: Integrated Media Thesis/ integrated media grant multimedia presentation.
CalArts, Bijou Theater
INSTITUTE: A showcase of video work by the Latina/o students at CalArts. This event will be the second for Mi Gente, and hopefully it will become a tradition.
ART: Lucy Raven is an artist living in Oakland, CA and NYC. “Raven uses animation as the foundation for her explorations into the relationship of still photography to the moving image. During her 2011 Hammer Residency, Raven embarked on an ongoing investigation of the invention, growth, and mainstream acceptance of 3D cinema, from its roots in early animation to the current global infrastructure that has been established to support its new-found popularity. In the process, she began to amass an exhaustive archive of film and sound test patterns. Key to achieving high-quality image and sound, these test patterns are usually seen only by projectionists. Raven’s new works press these esoteric image and sound fragments into use as both raw material and subject-matter unto itself, freighted with the patina of analog cinema in a digital age. Hammer Projects: Lucy Raven will feature three new works that promise to broaden our view of the perceptual potential and depth of meaning to be found in the technologies of photography and moving images.“
REDCAT: Celebrated for creating sumptuous movement that is both physically electrifying and intimately felt, Bebe Miller approaches her latest multidisciplinary project as an investigation into the deep creative process she has developed over more than 25 years. Mining the richly complex relationships between her dancers and collaborators, she illuminates the interpersonal histories that serve as the very foundation of her choreography. Performed by longtime company members Angie Hauser and Darrell Jones, A History layers video, sound and movement to chart the mind, heart and body of a dance—with Miller’s signature intelligence and delicate artistry. Read more