September 19th / 7pm / Free
Both the artist and the aquarium enthusiast construct worlds separate from but still contained within our own. Such spaces operate under a unique set of rules and understandings, but are accessible merely by peering through- or tapping- a thin sheet of glass. Reconsider the act of viewing (and perhaps the vivarium environments that we create for ourselves) with multidisciplinary re-imaginings of this aquatic hobby. Ten artists across disparate mediums were provided with tanks to alter, build onto, interpret, or to simply fill. Any fish participants have their safety guaranteed. Complimentary Drinks provided by Bone Spirits and Live Oak Brewery.
Live dance performance during sundown
Paa is the comanche word for water or thirsty.
Dance by Jennifer Sherburn in Collaboration with with Amy Myers and Alex Miller
Music by Josh Robins | Set Design by Yvonne Boudreaux | Lighting Design by Natalie George
‘Paa’ is the first work in a series of dances investigating Comanche Natives
Steve Parker presents:
An ensemble (3-10) of brass players will be performing a structured improvisation using water, air, tubes, and brass.
This project is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Development Department/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future. Visit Austin at NowPlayingAustin.com.