HEADSPACE is an new work by new renaissance artist Elizabeth A. Baker, which unfolds as a sonic and movement ritual exploring the meditative state of opening the mind and vulnerable action of opening one’s heart. The work incorporates interactive electronics, fixed media, lighting, dance, Indian harmonium, toy piano, and found objects.
Friction of Distance is from a series of new works by the Baker-Barganier Duo, that explore the relationship of challenges (or friction) faced by humans in proportion to the distance of migration. At a time where mass human migration is on the rise, due to a variety of factors from war to political policies to famine and other agricultural anomalies, friction of distance is an important consideration for modern society. Erich Barganier will be sonically influencing the space remotely from NYC for this particular performance.