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Thursday, May 15, 2014 - 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts | 701 Mission St, San Francisco, CA


Cancelled – YBCA:ConVerge Monthly Art Gathering | SoMa

ybca lobbyPlease Note: The specific ConVerge series is no longer taking place at the YBCA, but we encourage you to still come out to the Yerba Buena district every 3rd Thursday for special events at YBCA and neighboring museums.

The YBCA:ConVerge series is a free monthly public gathering featuring creative and generative social art practices.

Community and innovative multi- and inter-disciplinary arts practices come together in the YBCA’s Grand Lobby and Room for Big Ideas with art, live music and curated performances in an interactive, experimental format. Cocktails are available for purchase.

Thursday, May 15, 2014
Sound & The Body | Cancelled – YBCA:ConVerge Monthly Art Gathering | SoMa
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Organized in conjunction with the exhibition Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon: It Only Happens All the Time, May’s YBCA ConVerge investigates sound’s relationship to the body through special performances by 0th and Infrasound.

0th is an all-female group whose performances incorporate dance, sculptural installation-based electronic instruments, multi-channel video installations, and robotics to investigate technology’s hold on contemporary life. Members include Jacqueline Gordon, Caryl Kientz, Canner MEFE, and Amanda Warner.

Infrasound is a spatial acoustic concert series initiated and performed by Scott Arford and Randy Yau, one that provides a framework for exploring the complex relationship between sound, space, perception, and the body. Demanding that the audience “hear with their body,” Infrasound investigates the possibility of sound, especially low frequencies, to measure the capacity of architecture; it is about the physicality of sound and the physical experience of sound.


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Categories: *Top Pick*, Art & Museums, Eating & Drinking, Theater & Performance
Address: 701 Mission St, San Francisco, CA

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