At BAM: Music: DJ Spooky, International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE)
plus Artists on Climate Change
|Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica
Conceived and composed by DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid/Paul D. Miller
Directed by Bob McGrath
"Tracing connections between Duchamp, Debussy, the Wu Tang Clan… [DJ Spooky] shows how art and idealism can activate each other…"
―The Guardian (UK) on DJ Spooky's Rhythm Science
Hip-hop savant DJ Spooky joins members of the acclaimed International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) to create a riveting electronic symphony in Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica. Featuring DJ Spooky's sound recordings of ice in the Antarctic and video projections, this bold new work allows us to encounter climate change with unprecedented intimacy.
See video preview
Dec 2, 4 & 5 at 7:30pm
BAM Howard Gilman Opera House
$20, 30, 40
Artist Talk: Global Warning: Artists on Climate Change
With DJ Spooky, ecological designer/ architect Mitchell Joachim, and artist and MacArthur Award recipient Julie Mehretu. Moderated by NPR and BBC contributor Tania Ketenjian
Sat, Dec 5 at 5pm
BAM 2009 Next Wave Festival is part of New Works and Diverse Voices at BAM sponsored by Time Warner Inc.
Leadership support for the Next Wave Festival is provided by The Ford Foundation.
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