Ok, Ben Frost let's see what you've got.
About to check out tonight's Unsound Festival show at Lincoln Center. I had a chance to listen to Daniel Bjarnason his music motivated me to come to this show.
08:00 PM // ALICE TULLY HALL - LINCOLN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
UNSOUND FESTIVAL NEW YORK OPENING, presented with Sacrum Profanum Festival, co-organized with Krakow Festival Office and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Curated with Krakow festival Sacrum Profanum featuring Sinfonietta Cracovia, one of Poland’s leading orchestras. It performs Steve Reich and Krzysztof Penderecki, as well as “Music For Solaris”. Marking the 50th anniversary of the novel “Solaris” by Krakow’s Stanislaw Lem, this Unsound-commissoned work is by Ben Frost and Daniel Bjarnason, with film manipulations by Brian Eno and Nick Robertson.
Tickets: $20 - $25
Images conjured up in my mind in tonight's show:
Crawling ants and spiders
Falling down an endless pit
Love gone a rye
Darkness and light
Horror movie soundtrack
Show visuals included:
Flock of birds flying backwards
Red fractal flower shape
Faces morphing into other creepy faces very slowly
Photograph of female that looked dead
Picture or Painting of a snowy town with people ice skating
PS: Ben put your shoes back on.
Excited about BUNKER too!!! WOOHOO!!