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Camille Norment & Craig Taborn

Event Date: 
16 October 2016
New York, NY

Part of Park Avenue Armory's Artist's Studio Performance Series

Sunday, October 16, at 5pm & 7pm

Representing Norway at the 2015 Venice Biennial, multimedia artist Camille Norment uses the notion of cultural psychoacoustics to explore the perception of sound through installation, sculpture, and performance. She is joined by improvising pianist, composer, and electronic musician Craig Taborn for a performance that blends the pair’s unique styles and instruments, from the piano to electronics to the rare glass armonica. Having known each other since their college days, the duo now partner for the very first time in a presentation that traces the fringes of sound, perception, and historical memory and perfectly marries with the varying aesthetics of the space.

Photo courtesy of the artist.

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