Meridian Music Presents 

Benjamin Tinker 

with cellist Crystal Pascucci and dancer Kim Ip 

Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Canessa Gallery, 708 Montgomery Street
Tickets: $15 General Admission, $10 Seniors and Students. Suggested Donations.

Meridian Music: Composers in Performance will conclude its 2014-2015 concert season with a special interdisciplinary performance led by electronic musician Benjamin Tinker. Tinker will perform his original three-part composition, Paperwork/Condensed Cuke/Green-Eyed Monster, with cellist Crystal Pascucci and dancer Kim Ip in a sequence of multi-tracked solo performances. In addition to this collaboration, Tinker will perform his composition Sugar Town, an immersive sound collage sourced from in and around the town of Crockett, CA that meditates on the relations between sonic travel and geographic space. 

 



MERIDIAN STUDIO VISITS Online returns

CATCHING THE RAINBOW

With Tim Whiten & Jarrett Earnest

On Friday, March 13th, curator Jarrett Earnest visited eminent image-maker Tim Whiten in his home studio in Toronto, Canada to talk about his recent glass-works, rhythm in drawing and music, and the textures of color and light. 

Working with a variety of mediums -- materials such as wood, paper, mud, glass, bones, and animal remains -- Whiten is among the most prolific contemporary sculptors in his capacity to transform his ritual vision into two and three dimensions.

Meridian Gallery presents this edition of MERIDIAN STUDIO VISITS online in collaboration with Olga Korper, videographer Michael Hurlbut, and Project Manager Peter Foley.

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