Stir: Beth Morrison Projects
Thursday, February 4, 7:00 PM
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Labyrinth.Created and composed by Paola Prestini. Featuring Maya Beiser, cello, and Tim Fain, violin, with visuals by Erika Haarsch and Carmen Kordas
Labyrinth is a multimedia concert for cello and violin, tightly incorporating lighting design, projected visuals, and LED technology. The 70-minute work is presented in two parts: House of Solitude, exploring connectivity, communication, and the ultimate search for one’s self; and Room No. 35, co-created by Prestini, Haarsch, Beiser, and director Michael McQuilken, a sculptural installation experience inspired by Anais Nin’s surrealist novella The House of Incest, featuring a stunning video projection of a hotel room submerged in water and surrounded by gaping eyes.
Labyrinth was commissioned by The Krannert Center of the Performing Arts in association with VisionlntoArt and was developed and co-produced by Beth Morrison Projects and VisionlntoArt.
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