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Body Maps & Shifting Boundaries – Music & Video

Posted by the editors on Monday, 5 April 2010

Rachel Papo for The New York Times

“Body Maps”: The cellist Jeffrey Zeigler performing “Industry” by Michael Gordon at Galapagos Art Space on Friday evening

Steve Smith has written an article entitled “Boundaries Shift in Mixing and Matching of Artists and Images” in the Music section of The New York Times (online) describing “an evening of music and film featuring artists who have crossed oceans” at Galapagos Art Space in Dumbo, Brooklyn organised/curated/achitectured by the composer Paola Prestini, a founder of the interdisciplinary collective VisionIntoArt, and Beth Morrison, a producer who specializes in facilitating ambitious avant-garde collaborations, and including, among others, the cellist Jeffrey Ziegler of the renowned Kronos Quartet.   Sound’s very interesting.
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