Schedule / THURSDAY 08 OCTOBER
20:00

Kristen Gallerneaux presents: Echomaking

FREE ENTRY

Description

Writer, curator and artist Kristen Gallerneaux says: “Intermission has defined my art practice well before COVID-19 – whether coming to grips with a hearing disability that makes the world pause and drop out like a baked cassette tape every day, writing about the slurred time-locks of family seances, gathering residual echoes from a failed computer factory in the Sonoran Desert, or unleashing voices from the guts of once-silent technologies that I interpret as a museum curator.” Here she presents a performative lecture related to an essay in the Unsound Intermission book, moving through a network of interlocking stories related to the pandemic, chronic sleep disorder, and the suppression and disintegration of her indigenous Anishinaabe/Metis heritage.


This work and the essay were selected as part of the Unsound 2020 open call.


This event is free of charge, but you can support it and donate here.

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