The Man Who Grew Common in Wisdom:
August 16, 21:00
August 17, 19:00
August 18, 19:00
music composed by Ellen Fullman, 1987–1989 for more info: https://www.ellenfullman.com/news
Tanz im August will honor legendary choreographer Deborah Hay with a comprehensive retrospective titled RE-Perspective Deborah Hay: Works from 1968 to the Present. RE-Perspective assembles Deborah Hay’s works from the 1960s to the present, including two world premieres, newly staged productions and a multi-media installation. The extended program will include a symposium, talks, and a publication. RE-Perspective will be the broadest institutional presentation of Deborah Hay’s lifetime achievements. It pays tribute to Deborah Hay as one of the most influential choreographers of postmodern dance in the 20th and 21st century. Her creative energy, methods and practice continue to inspire generations of dancers around the world.
Archivio Conz is overjoyed to announce the concert of Ellen Fullman and Konrad Sprenger.
The performance will be accompanied by an exhibition of works from the collection Francesco Conz.
May 26th 2019
The Archivio is open from 4pm
Concert starts at 7pm
S+U Bahn Jungfernheide
Ellen Fullman has been developing the Long String Instrument for over 30 years; exploring the acoustics of large resonant spaces with her compositions and collaborative improvisations.
The Long String Instrument was first issued on Apollo Records in 1985.
Fullman's work was cited by Alvin Lucier in his Music 109: Notes on Experimental Music
(Wesleyan University Press, 2012).
In 2004 Ellen Fullman recorded the album Ort in collaboration with Konrad Sprenger on Choose Records.
Konrad Sprenger is the pseudonym of Joerg Hiller, a composer, music producer and artist based in Berlin. He approaches the strings of the guitar as frequency generators, tuned and set into motion by electronically controlled mechanical actions.
Sprenger currently released the album Stack Music on PAN.
The concert is organized by Archivio Conz in collaboration with Peter Kersten.
Thursday, November 15, 4:30pm, Princeton Composers Colloquia workshop in collaboration with Theresa Wong
Friday, November 16, 8:00pm , Performance of Harbors with Theresa Wong
Monday, November 19, 12:00-1:20pm, IHUM lunchtime talk
Tuesday, November 20, 8:00pm, Princeton Sound Kitchen performance of new works by and with graduate students
Visiting Artist Residency
October 18, 6:00–7:30pm
Artist-in-Residence Talk for the Warwick Society
October 27, 7:30–8:45pm
International Sculpture Conference
Solo performance and collaborations with KCAI and UMKC faculty and students for the
October 28, 1:00–2:00pm
Sounding Sculptural Space and Time
Panel Discussion with KCAI professor Dwight Frizzell and University of Hartford professor Robert Carl
October 30–November 2
Facilitator: "Sculpting The Air" workshop with Theresa Wong
November 3, 8:00pm
First Friday Gallery Crawl
Performance of "Harbors" with collaborator Theresa Wong
November 10, 8:00pm
Performance of "Past the Angels" with KCAI student Box Bow Ensemble, and collaborations with Professor Rev. Dwight Frizzell and students
Harbors, a collaboration with cellist Theresa Wong
Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture
The University of Tennessee at Knoxville
1715 Volunteer Blvd, Knoxville, TN 37996
Artist residency and performance of Harbors, a collaboration with cellist Theresa Wong