Saturday, July 26
Doors: 6:30 pm
Performance: 7:30 pm
Celebrating the final season of Audible Interruptions, CAM’s yearlong series of sound art exhibitions featuring the work of St. Louis-based sound artists, the Museum presents The End of Sound, a silent performance by current Audible Interruptions artists. Sarah Paulsen, Cam Fuller, and Van McElwee will debut two works of moving image and color projected through five video channels in CAM’s Performance Space. Throughout the night, Sarah Paulsen and Cam Fuller will build a small-scale sculpture while seated at a table, producing movement and activity through the act of creating. Van McElwee will mix and display interactive maze environments designed by hinself and built by Ryan Sullivan using the video game Minecraft.
Drawing inspiration from the current Audible Interruptions exhibition’s use of video, all artists’ work and activity will be processed and projected by Kevin Harris and Chad Eivins using analog image processing and synthesis. The Performance Space will be transformed into a theater of dynamically produced video that explores the improvisation, creation, and collaboration simutaneously taking place.