SUDDEN ENOUGH: every ancestral bugle will sound
FRI/SAT 10.19 & 20th @ 8PM $10 requested donation
performances by JOSEPH KRAMER and GINGER KREBS
asthsmatic accordion and chorus of small objects consisting of multiple circuits between objects, moving bodies and sound, SUDDEN ENOUGH: every ancestral bugle will sound explores the activities by which human beings manage, defy, prepare for and avoid moments of decisive action or just being present.
this project was supported in part by a grant from the ILLINOIS ARTS COUNCIL, a state agency.
GINGER KREBS is fascinated by the human longing for transcendence, and the beauty, humor, and heartache that results from our diverse and tireless efforts to achieve it. receiving her MFA from the UNIVERSITY of ILLINOIS in CHICAGO and her BFA from THE SCHOOL of THE ART INSTITUTE of CHICAGO (where she now teaches), KREBS is a two-time recipient of grants from the ILLINOIS ARTS COUNCIL in addition to numerous other awards and residencies. she has presented her work in MINNEAPOLIS, NEW YORK, and throughout CHICAGO.
JOSEPH KRAMER is a CHICAGO-based sound artist and musician working in performance, installation, recording and object making. he often works in collaboration, most notably with Noé Cuéllar as part of the ongoing project, COPPICE. he has performed and exhibited solo and in cooperation at THE MUSEUM of CONTEMPORARY ART, THE HYDE PARK ART CENTER and AUDIBLE GALLERY in CHICAGO, THE FLEA THEATER in NEW YORK, SPARK FESTIVAL of ELECTRONIC MUSIC and ARTS in MINNEAPOLIS, MCNEILL STREET PUMPING STATION NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL in SHREVEPORT, and INTERNATIONALLY in ICELAND, SWEDEN, CANADA and the NETHERLANDS.