soubresaut off Wortham's main stage, Houston Ballet Principal Dancer Connor Walsh has landed in an intense sonic world created by sound and multi-media artist Lynn Lane. The Transitory Sound and Movement Collective has once again transformed the Rec Room into its own collaborative playground, mixing in music (Ingrid Gerling on electric violin, Brandon Bell on percussion, Lane on synthesizer) while Walsh moves in response in this saturated, visual environment. So make your own grand jeté downtown and check out this unusual and immersive experience, Hi-Fi? Lo-Fi? Don't Ask Why!
7:30 p.m. August 15. 100 Jackson. For information, call 713-344-1291 or visit recroomhtx.com. $15.
The Transitory Sound and Movement Collective will premiere an exciting new collaborative experiential work "Hi-Fi? Lo-Fi? Don't Ask Why!" at the Rec Room on Tuesday, August 15th, 2017.
Sound/Multi-Media Artist Lynn Lane is bringing together an incredible group of diverse artists to this new collaboration. Connor Walsh of the Houston Ballet will be bringing his dynamic magic to the stage submerged in an intense sonic world created by sound artist Lynn Lane, violinist Ingrid Gerling and percussionist Brandon Bell all immersed within a saturated and responsive visual world created by Lynn. The TSMC creates an improvisational experiential world through the blending sound, movement and visual arts in a very dynamic way.
Lynn Lane (synthesizer/analog/electronics)
Ingrid Gerling (electric violin)
Brandon Bell (percussion)
*This performance is supported in part by Dance Source Houston's Production Micro Grant program.