Screening, artist’s talk, and Q&A at TSL! – Pamela Salisbury Gallery

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Screening, artist’s talk, and Q&A at TSL! – Pamela Salisbury Gallery

With reside Theremin performance by composer Elizabeth Brown and a small film by Walter Hergt

Saturday, May 4, 2024, 6:00 PM
Time & House Limited (TSL)
434 Columbia St, Hudson, NY

$10 instructed donation

Remember to be part of us on Saturday, May well 4, from 6:00 to 7:30 PM at Time & Area Restricted in Hudson, NY, for a screening, artist’s speak, and Q&A session with Lothar Osterburg. The function accompanies Osterburg’s web site-large exhibition at Pamela Salisbury Gallery, A Celebration of the Small, a survey display of do the job spanning about 25 a long time.

The program will consist of a selection of video clips by Lothar Osterburg and a small film by Walter Hergt featuring a window into Osterburg’s imaginative procedure. Two of the artist’s films, A Bookmobile For Dreamers, and Babel, will be accompanied by performances of their authentic score on Theremin by famous composer and performer Elizabeth Brown.

Osterburg expanded into new media through collaborations with his wife, Elizabeth Brown, starting in 2003. They designed the multimedia chamber opera A Bookmobile for Dreamers (Lincoln Center, 2013) through a Bogliasco Foundation residency the dreamlike meditation on publications, reading through, libraries, lifestyle, and creativeness combines stay Theremin, recorded soundscape, and Osterburg’s imagery of a bookmobile producing its rounds and featuring entry into numerous worlds by textbooks. Brown also wrote new music for videos in Osterburg’s later on tasks Piranesi and Babel, which were being introduced in conjunction with dwell performances.

Excerpt from Lothar Osterburg and Elizabeth brown’s collaboration, Babel, 2015.

Lothar Osterburg

The Hudson Valley-based mostly, German indigenous Lothar Osterburg (b. 1961) is recognised as an artist, grasp printer, and trainer of photogravure. He received his diploma from the Artwork Academy Braunschweig in Germany in printmaking and experimental movie in 1989. He obtained his teaching as a master printer at Crown Level Push in San Francisco in the early 90’s and has operated his personal printshop in New York due to the fact 1994.

Awards involve a Guggenheim Fellowship (2010), an Academy Award in Artwork from the American Academy of Arts and Letters both equally in 2010, two New York Foundations for the Arts Fellowships, and a 2018 Jordan Schnitzer Award for Excellence in Printmaking. He at the moment teaches at Bard College, NY.

Performing from memory, Osterburg creates modest-scale designs out of readily obtainable or identified content, which he stages to photograph as a result of a macro lens or magnifying glass. The scenes are as a result introduced to life-dimension proportions and printed in the 19th-century photographic system of copperplate photogravure. In 2005, soon after a 15-calendar year break from filmmaking, Osterburg made his to start with of 7 collaborative video clips with Elizabeth Brown. 

Elizabeth Brown 

Elizabeth Brown combines a composing career with an exceptionally assorted carrying out existence, enjoying flute, shakuhachi, and theremin in a vast range of musical circles. Her chamber music, shaped by this one of a kind team of devices and ordeals, has been called luminous, dreamlike, and hallucinatory.

As an orchestral musician, Brown has performed as thereminist with the Boston Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, the American Symphony, and the American Composers Orchestra has performed flute with Orpheus, Philharmonia Virtuosi, New York Town Ballet Orchestra, American Symphony, and quite a few other NYC orchestras. She appeared across Japan and the U.S. with Trio Getsuro (two shakuhachi and ichigenkin/one particular-string koto). She premiered her shakuhachi solo Dialect at the World Shakuhachi Pageant 2018 in London her tunes has also been featured at shakuhachi festivals in Kyoto, Prague, Sydney, and New York Metropolis.

Walter Hergt

Walter Hergt is a Hudson Valley-primarily based filmmaker, visual artist, and oral historian who is passionate about building films that produce vivid representations of peoples’ life, significantly people that unsettle our preconceptions and grow our skill to see a person a further.

Walter has previously worked in print and radio, is a carpenter, a social justice worker, and retains a graduate degree in Political Science from Metropolis College New York and a certification from the Centre for Documentary Scientific tests at Duke University.