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Free multimedia project at Park City’s Kimball Art Center speaks to climate crisis

Immerse yourself in Kulintang gongs and field recordings of nature’s sounds such as crows and hummingbird songs

PARK CITY, Utah — On Oct. 28 at 6 p.m. the Kimball Art Center presents the last event of a performance series that speaks to the current climate crisis and how high-tech industry developments simultaneously affect the North American East and West Coasts, environmentally and culturally.

Immerse yourself in Kulintang gongs and field recordings of nature’s sounds such as crows and hummingbird songs, storms and oceans.

“SONG/LAND/SEA – Tabi Tabi Po ‘May I Pass’” addresses the rapid advancement of climate change and serves as a warning and alarm.

RSVP here to ensure a seat for this free performance.

Last chance to see Between Life and Land: Crisis

The final exhibit of Kimball Art Center’s year-long, three-part series closes Oct. 29. The first part, Between Life and Land: Material opened in December of 2022, the second part, Between Life and Land: Identity ,ran April 21 to July 9. Now is your final chance to see the third part, Between Life and Land: Crisis. In this exhibit 13 artists respond to our new ecological realities, which include a rapidly changing climate, mass species extinction, toxicity and desertification.

Lani Asuncion’s multimedia project

Lani Asuncion’s multimedia project combines new video work and Red Hill Hex performances from their Duty-Free Paradise Series (2020-23). It incorporates samples from José Maceda: Field Recordings In Philippines [1953–1972] – Forest Sound (1967), and layers samples of field recordings from the Bay Area and Seaport in Boston.

Lani Asuncion: the artist

Asuncion received an MFA from the UConn School of Fine Arts with a focus in video and performance. Since graduating in 2011, Asuncion has received awards from an impressive number of organizations. This project was made with support from the Learning Fund (2023) from the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) and the Fellowship Program (2022-23) at Kala Art Institute.

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