7:30 - 8:30pm
Sholeh Asgary is an Iranian-born interdisciplinary sound artist whose works implicate the viewer-participant into future mythological excavations, bridging large swathes of time and history through water, water clocks, crude oil, movement, light, imaging, voice, and sound. Asgary is heavily influenced by her early somatic experiences in constant movement across borders. From this positionality lies an inherent tension throughout her work: between visibility and opacity, history and myth, worldmaking and death — with none in opposition to the other. This complexity drives the core of her work. | Photo: Ebtihal Shedid
This concert will also be livestreamed at CCRMA Live.
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