Jaime Iglehart has been documenting the construction of the Flux embassy in Aarhus, Denmark for the project, The Infamous and Only Somewhat Ambassadorial Outpost of the Semi-Legitimate Nation of Flux. She's captured Fluxers in the wild, as they scavenge for materials to build a replica Flux inside the gallery of Spanien 19c and weave together an exaggerated Flux history. Watch this video to see Flux Artistic Director Jean Barberis explain the crest he designed to symbolize Fluxhood.
An evening of performances, meditations, and tea service
Sunday March 30, doors at 6:30pm, show begins at 7pm. A suggested four dollar donation. RSVP suggested.
Satellite Installation by Taylor Sakarett
Environment and Performance by Michael DiPietro & Lena Hawkins
And a performance of “Three Sisters Music” in its entirety by Ben Seretan:
Sudden, velvety darkness on an empty beach. The wind sweeps around your ankles and in the hair on your arms while color returns to the world. The colors and the clouds – they’re talking to you. No, wait – they’re singing. In the key of Bb. You’re reminded of the touch of a lover kissing your neck as ravens take the to sky and the ocean crashes against the mountains.
So begins the psychotropic tone zone hallucination that is “Three Sisters Music,” a 90+ minute continuous song cycle for stereo electric guitar, electronics, and voice. Written at the base of a mountain range on a small island on the coast of Alaska, the piece ungulates, drones, and wobbles through songs of swimming, heartbreak, friendship, waterfalls, and horses. Never before officially, fully performed for a public audience! There will be no intermission.