Carrie Bodle will be presenting her work at two openings in the Pacific Northwest in the upcoming weeks. Her collaboration with Margie Livingston in the New Works Laboratory 2006, jointly sponsored by 911 Media Arts Center and the Henry Art Gallery, The Flattening and Opening of Space, explores artworks at the intersections of painting and installation art to investigate the boundaries between 2-dimensionality and 3-dimensionality. Their project incorporates drawing, sound, and projected imagery to create the experience of being inside a perspective drawing. By opening what is usually flat, and flattening what is usually spatial, Bodle and Livingston challenge the viewer's preconceptions of space.
2006 New Works Laboratory at 911 Media Arts Center: Carrie Bodle and Margie Livingston: The Flattening and Opening of Space; Robert Campbell and Yuki Nakamura: Floating Plaster/City Motion.
September 12-October 27, 2006 :: Monday through Friday, 12:00 noon-6:00 p.m. :: Opening Reception: Tuesday, September 12, 2006, 6:00-9:00 p.m. :: Location: 911 Media Arts Center, 402 9th Ave. N. (at Harrison), Seattle 206.682.6552 www.911media.org
Walking/Listening/Recording: Tryon Creek (2006) is a 10-channel sound installation set along the Trillium Trail in Tryon Creek State Park, Portland, Oregon. Along the initial 250ft passage of the Trillium Trail, speakers from hidden locations cast layers of found sounds interwoven with poetic murmurs and field recordings from around the Red Fox Bridge area in the park. William Stafford's poem "Walking with Your Eyes Shut" inspired the use of poetry in the piece - to form a dialogue between the visual and audible experience. These layers of sound are intended to engage visitors in a sonic narrative along the trail.
Friends of Tryon Creek State Park presents: Natural Cycles: A Celebration of Art in the Forest :: Carrie Bodle's Walking/Listening/Recording: Tryon Creek State Park.
September 17, 2006 -August 2007
Sunday, September 17th, 2006
5:00 - 7:00pm
Tryon Creek State Park, Portland, Oregon
Contact: Stephanie Wagner
Originally posted on networked_performance by jo