Alanna Stuart and A.S.M. Kobayashi

Profoundly versatile multimedia artist Maylee Todd curates and hosts an extraordinary series of events illuminating the innovative intersections of music, technology, motion capture, performance, and digital art. Multidimensional singer, artist, and music producer Alanna Stuart and award-winning interdisciplinary artist A.S.M. Kobayashi each create distinct and symbiotic works that explore identity, displacement, and belonging, drawing from their wide-ranging experiences and constantly evolving approaches. Stuart’s new piece explores the breadth of electronic-based sonic expression emerging from Canada's queer and femme dancehall diaspora and features the full repertoire of To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before, her debut solo record of femmehall works—Jamaican-inspired reimaginings of songs by female musicians. Kobayashi shares an excerpt of her live documentary Electric Neon Clock which incorporates the case files of her Canadian relatives of Japanese heritage forcibly relocated and dispossessed during WWII. Using video, sound, interviews, performance and a substantial photo archive, she welcomes audiences to assess the Custodial file and interpret and humanize its contents.

 

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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