forgetting of being. 
jack straw cultural center.
produced by
Rachel Green + Daniel Salo.
 1/13 -3/24
2017.

 

Undercurrents
“I’m drawn to installation art because of the freedom,” she says. “It’s an immersive world, so nothing’s off limits. It gives me the opportunity to combine many mediums—music, film, poetry, sculpture—into one.” - Rachel Green via Undercurrents. Read the full article here.  

Photo by Bruce Clayton Tom

Photo by Bruce Clayton Tom

Forgetting of Being is a responsive visual and sound installation conceived by collaborators Rachel Green and Daniel Salo as part of their Jack Straw New Media Gallery Residency. The piece looks at the anatomy of memory and finding a pulse of existence in a fleeting experience with the use of interactive visual and sound design. The exhibition will include select live performances throughout January and February. 

Chapter One Performance: Friday January 13, 7pm at Jack Straw Cultural Center New Media Gallery
Chapter Two Performance: Friday, February 3, 7pm at Jack Straw Cultural Center New Media Gallery
Chapter Three Performance: Friday March 3, 7pm at Jack Straw Cultural Center New Media Gallery

Co-Producers: Rachel Green and Daniel Salo
Video Direction / Editor: Rachel Green
Additional Cinematography: Josclyn Tarbox
Carpentry: David Nelson
Performance Photos: Bruce Clayton Tom


Supported by Jack Straw Cultural Center & in conjunction with VSA Arts Access for Kids Program


Supported by Jack Straw Cultural Center & in conjunction with VSA Arts Access for Kids Program