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Artists Sean Dahlman, Jonnie Pedersen, Ashton Jenicek, Seth Graham, and Garth Claassen present a multimedia performance project featuring film, dance, and live musical performance on February 10, 2019 at Ming Studios in Boise, idaho.

The piece explores the relationships between technology and nature, as well as the creation and destruction of art.

The somatic embodiment and building of these art pieces, along with their destruction, is manipulated by the artists and modern technology. Layers of disparate yet interlocking rhythms and limbs, airy melodies, and lush textures phase through each other, creating a dense, flowing environment in which the performers and audience will move through.

The innovative scope of this event illuminates the contemporary culture that seeks to further push the artistic boundaries that exist in Boise. The performance will emphasize the importance of using different artistic mediums in a collaborative setting to create a haunting and beautiful portrait of humanity.
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Artists Sean Dahlman, Jonnie Pedersen, Ashton Jenicek, Seth Graham, and Garth Claassen  present a multimedia performance project featuring film, dance, and live musical performance on February 10, 2019 at Ming Studios in Boise, idaho.<br />
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The piece explores the relationships between technology and nature, as well as the creation and destruction of art.<br />
<br />
The somatic embodiment and building of these art pieces, along with their destruction, is manipulated by the artists and modern technology. Layers of disparate yet interlocking rhythms and limbs, airy melodies, and lush textures phase through each other, creating a dense, flowing environment in which the performers and audience will move through.<br />
<br />
The innovative scope of this event illuminates the contemporary culture that seeks to further push the artistic boundaries that exist in Boise. The performance will emphasize the importance of using different artistic mediums in a collaborative setting to create a haunting and beautiful portrait of humanity.