Rachel Green and Daniel Salo: Forgetting of Being
In the winter of 2017 Jack Straw and Arts and Visually Impaired Audiences (AVIA) presented an accessible art workshop at Jack Straw in conjunction with Rachel Green and Daniel Salo’s New Media Gallery installation Forgetting of Being, which incorporated dance, music, sound design, sculpture, and interactive software.
First Rachel and Salo performed in the gallery for the students, demonstrating how the audio and video reacted to the sounds they were making. Then, working with Rachel and Salo and our other teaching artists, the students performed in the gallery and created original visual art and sound recordings that were incorporated into the installation.
Rachel Green creates site-specific multimedia performances that tell stories about our human condition. She regards the body as a container for emotions, infusing her work with delicate and volatile…READ MORE >
Daniel Salo is a composer and sound artist with a focus on orchestrations for performance art, modern dance and film scores. As a multi-instrumentalist he has written and performed…READ MORE >
Rachel Green and Daniel Salo | Forgetting of Being
January 13 – March 3, 2017
Forgetting of Being is a visual and responsive sound installation conceived by collaborators Rachel Green and Daniel Salo as part of their Jack Straw New…READ MORE >