L A B I R I N T U S at FestiNova 2020

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L A B I R I N T U S as ‘a path for uncertain times’, a map that takes the traveler into his/hers interior world, a structure designed to contain and quiet inner thoughts through movement, guided by sacred geometric lines that enables humans to encounter the world through their bodies where consciousness and existence are contradictory. L A B I R I N T U S was seeded in the fall of 2018 during Mr. Karaman Kutateladzes residency in Los Angeles, Ca. Its was to commemorate the 14 years of our collaborations, a path to peace between LA and Garikula. glory of DADA

 

 

Deluxe Album Art & Music Video for Tigran Hamasyan’s latest album, The Call Within

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Composed and produced by Tigran Hamasyan, his new album The Call Within is an epic journey into the invisible inner world of the artist who despite having a physical body is living in a dreamlike inner world which is as realistic as the physical one. The artist lives in the world where the moment of the unconscious creation is the way to feel conscious.

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Sheltering Music from Left Coast Chamber Ensemble – Virtual Concert

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Live performance of original score for Movement Cloisonne

Veronika Krausas, Composer | Michel Taddei, Double Bass

Replay of our June 1, 2020 Live Virtual Concert! Complete program information here, including program notes:

Left Coast Ensemble

PROGRAM: Aram Khachaturian – Sonata-Song for Viola Solo Elliott Carter – Steep Steps Robert Schumann – Bird as a Prophet Peteris Vasks – Landscape with Birds Veronika Krausas – Cloisonne Jörg Widmann – Selections from 24 Duos for Violin and Cello Michel Blavet – Gigue en Rondeau Ruth Crawford Seeger – Selections from Diaphonic Suite Beethoven – Piano Sonata, Op. 78 Complete concert information and program here:

MUSICIANS: Anna Presler, violin Phyllis Kamrin, viola Leighton Fong, cello Eric Zivian, piano Michel Taddei, bass Stacey Pelinka, flute Jerome Simas, clarinet All sound and video by Zach Miley (www.zachmiley.com), except Eric Zivian’s performances by Boby Borisov of OO audio. Many thanks to our hosts, Elizabeth Peña and the Doug Adams Gallery (Graduate Theological Union).

Dot Sand Plastic Tbilisi 2020

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DotSandPlastic Tbilisi 2020, The Painterly Edition, brings to the capital of the Caucasus the art works of American, Irish, Mexican, Georgian and Spanish artist living in far apart cities of the world like Miami, Los Angeles, Madrid, Tbilisi, Rome and Bangkok. The previous edition held in Madrid was dedicated to new media in art but in this occasion it focuses on painting as it has been one of the core disciplines in art and it is though painting that we can have a sense of evolution in the arts.

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Buyers Mag X TBC Status

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What inspires your work? Do you think of dreams and memories while you are making your images?

Usually, I am not aware of what inspired me until the end, but it can be sparked by anything that allows me to think about how cultures come together – how our nature can be informed with so much love and sorrow at once. We are constantly connected to the present and part of us is connected to centuries. In that respect, I have been building a vocabulary of images from memories new and old, from my immediate environments and from nature in order to tap into emotions and fantasies and work out certain patterns. I have learned that art-making for me is a more liberating activity if I try not to think about past or childhood – to be in the here and in the now, yet these things inevitably surface.

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