A site-specific sound installation and performance by John Kannenberg is taking place at the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at the University of Michigan this evening, and starts promptly at 5:30 p.m.
The artist’s piece includes three bodies of work that comprise what he calls “Hours of Infinity,” which utilizes an “imprecise drawing method coupled with a disciplined approach to sonic observation. (Kelsey Museum’s Event Announcement)” The activities merge ancient Egyptian and Greek philosophies, mindful meditation, and contemporary museum theory. Check out more at his website here!
Sounds pretty wonderful to me! Any Ann Arbor-ites should try to see it: performance starts at 6:00 pm sharp!
Have to say I’m loving the range of performance-based, ‘happening’-esque art buzzing around campus these days. Between this and the highly exciting Fluxus exhibit up in the temporary wing of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA), I’m a happy clam :)