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Flashbulb: An exhibition of performance, video, + sound

While I breathe, I hope, 2015 (screenshot) © 2015 KLEDIA SPIRO  http://www.klediaspiro.com/#/while-i-breathe-i-hope-project/
Saturday, October 8th 2016

An exhibition of seven performances involving sound, projection and duration that relate to memory, particularly the contracting accuracy/inaccuracy of histories and how those affect our reality. 

The event, titled FLASHBULB, will feature Jose Garza, Valerie Kuehne, Judith G. Levy, Luke Mannarino, Cris Schayer, Kledia Spiro, and Nathan Wyrick. CURATED BY Cris Schayer.

A flashbulb memory is a highly detailed, exceptionally vivid 'snapshot' of the moment and circumstances in which a piece of surprising and consequential (or emotionally arousing) news was heard. The term "flashbulb memory" suggests the surprise, indiscriminate illumination, detail, and brevity of a photograph; however flashbulb memories are only somewhat indiscriminate and are far from complete. Evidence has shown that although people are highly confident in their memories, the details of the memories can be forgotten.

Flashbulb memories have six characteristic features: place, ongoing activity, informant, own effect, other effect, and aftermath. Arguably, the principal determinants of a flashbulb memory are a high level of surprise, a high level of consequentiality, and perhaps emotional arousal.

These memories, often vivid yet inaccurate, often form lasting impressions on our selves and change who we are. In this we question the reality of our own histories.

JOSE GARZA: www.sentiwere.com,www.transversalproject.com
VALERIE KUEHNE: www.valeriekuehne.com 
JUDITH G LEVY: www.judithglevy.com
LUKE MANNARINO AND CRYSTAL BATEMAN: www.cargocollective/lmannarino
CRIS SCHAYER
www.crisschayer.com
KLEDIA SPIRO
www.klediaspiro.com
NATHAN WYRICK
www.nathanielwyrick.com

PERFORMANCY FORUM: Electronic + Technologic Semiotics of the Bodily

Thursday, May 5th 2016

a technology can be as simple as a spoon
as sonic as a breaking trust
as somatic as a sprain
as symbolic as a noise
as sculptural as electrons making their way through muscles

6pm: Plural Authorship Collective (A. Liparoto & Z. Morales) lecture/performance “I want to agree with you but you are making it really hard for me”

7pm:
Kristin McWharter
Bobby English Jr., Esther Baker-Tarpaga, Austin Blakely
Luke Mannarino
Davindar Singh
Ayana Evans

http://www.performancyforum.net/

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