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WaxyTomb [aka Julia Litman-Cleper]: Live electronics and video

Waxy Tomb is the pet name of the original disequilibrium chamber, for temporal column production, which is used for the cooling process after transformational self-columns have been thoroughly collapsed and dis-localized by ocular-temporal shifts in phase space. This is necessary for the identification of the sutures and seam-lines between modified supra-objects. These sutures are exemplified in their local state as space between skin and skeleton, building and infrastructure. But they can also be localized by temporal states: layered embalming allows a shifted object to also contain its own system formation manipulation. To make the sutures re-identifiable and enclose them in a material, they must be dislocated from their state or process between. Their re-enclosure involves a repeated re-enactment of their original surface tension patterns and finally nodal-substrate recollection. This results in a diffusely situated self-embedded temporal column.

Details

When:

Thursday, April 23, 2015. 07:30 PM

Where:

CCRMA Stage, The Knoll

Sponsor:

Department of Music
wkeats@stanford.edu

Admission:

Free