Performance Wednesday, February 6th, 2013, 7:30 pm Salon, School of Architecture, UNC Charlotte


The Digital Arts Center joins the Fresh Ink music series for an interactive “sound space” performance of Morton Feldman’s Crippled Symmetry (1983). Feldman, who was strongly influenced by the art of Mark Rothko, called his vast and hypnotic compositions “evolving things.” His best-known work,Crippled Symmetry, creates an ethereal sound-world with vibraphone, glockenspiel, celesta, piano, and flutes. Inspired by the reverberant acoustical space of Storrs Salon, with its extraordinary height and gabled skylights, the Digital Arts Center will project visualizations, responsive to the music and ambient sounds, onto the salon ceiling. The audience will experience these interwoven sights and sounds while reclining on lounge chairs arranged throughout the space.

<p><a href=”″>Crippled Symmetry and its Prosthetics</a> from <a href=””>Evan Danchenka</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>


Crippled Symmetry

Composed by Morton Feldman

Performance by Fresh Ink

          Scott Christian, Vibraphone and Glockenspiel

          Anne Waltner, Piano and Celesta

         Lindsey Goodman, Flute and Bass Flute



and Its Prosthetics

Sound Space

Digital Arts Center, College of Arts + Architecture

Evan Danchenka

Allison Schaefer

Heather Freeman

Chris Beorkrem


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