Randolph Arts Guild to Host Sculptural Sound Art Performance at Sunset Theatre SaturdayPosted on 03/17/15
Asheboro, NC - The Randolph Arts Guild is set to host “Time Constraints” a unique 50-minute sound art experience by Invisible as part of the Sunset Cultural Series on Saturday, March 21st at 7 p.m. at the Sunset Theatre located at 234 Sunset Avenue. Tickets for the performance are $10 and are available in advance at the Randolph Arts Guild or at the door the night of while supplies last. Cash or check only at the door.
Invisible was founded by North Carolina artist Mark Dixon who recently gave a lecture at the Randolph Arts Guild. Mark Dixon is one part contemporary performance artist, one part mad-scientist-musician, and one part recycled re-invision-er. When describing the performance one could say that it is a Rube Goldberg like mechanical orchestra. According to RAG Executive Director Derrick Sides, “This will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen in the Sunset Theatre. You will leave amazed inspired and ready to disassemble your major household appliances.”
Invisible will perform "Time Constraints" a 50-minute sound art composition as part of the Sunset Cultural Series on Saturday, March 21st at 7 p.m. at the Sunset Theatre located at 234 Sunset Avenue. Tickets for the performance are $10 and are available in advance at the Randolph Arts Guild or at the door the night of while supplies last. For more information contact the guild at (336) 629-0399.
The Sunset Cultural Series highlights some of the best cultural events and activities taking place in the community by featuring them in Downtown Asheboro's Historic Sunset Theatre and by promoting them through a collective marketing effort. The goals are to increase awareness of, attendance to and participation in the cultural events being held in the community; to connect and cross-pollinate audiences and to fully utilize the resources of the Downtown Asheboro's Historic Sunset Theatre.
The Sunset Cultural Series is a collaborative effort between the Randolph Arts Guild, the City of Asheboro, the North Carolina Zoo, Randolph Community College, Randolph Community Concerts Association, the Randolph County Public Library, the Friends of the Randolph County Public Library and RSVP Community Theatre.
See more of Mark's creations on the Invisible website at: http://www.soundsinvisible.com/ .
Invisible's Website: http://www.soundsinvisible.com/
Mark Dixon is an artist, performer, reverse engineer, machine acupuncturist, and career counselor for unemployed devices. He designs and builds sound-making devices and is a founding member of the experimental sound performance collaborative Invisible. Invisible performances feature Dixon’s sound devices as well as performative object making, text, video and found sound. He has an MFA in studio art from Carnegie Mellon University. Invisible has performed at the Audiovisualities Lab of Duke University, the Cucalorus Film Festival, the North Carolina Museum of Art, South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art, the Reynolda House Museum, The Weatherspoon, CAM Raleigh and Asheville Museum of Art; in Georgia at the Telfair and Morris Museums; and in Virginia at the 2nd Street Gallery and 1708 Gallery.
For more information please call the Randolph Arts Guild at 336-629-0399 or email [email protected] for more information. The Guild is located at 123 Sunset Avenue, Asheboro, NC 27203. Hours: M-F 10am -- 5pm, Saturday 10am-2pm.