Come see Taos hum! Saturday, May 12 at 7pm at Parse Seco
with live music by Daughter Dear and Esmé Olivia
and an interactive sound installation designed by Jamin Reyes, Sam Fischer, Brett Tomadin, and myself.
The closing reception of “A Poem Is Where The Heart Is…” on Saturday, May 12th at 7pm will feature an interactive sound installation assembled by Jamin Reyes, Brett Tomadin, Sam Fischer, and Marshall James Kavanaugh. Come join in the cacophonous bliss excited by five typewriters and a series of noise effects creating the folklore of the Taos Hum through poetic device. A hum that’ll provide the under layers for readings of everything written inside the space throughout the month of April, aka National Poetry Month.
Closing Reception on Saturday, May 12th, 2018 at 7pm
At Parse Seco (487 State Road 150, Arroyo Seco, NM – next to Taos Cow)
April was Poetry Month and Parse Seco had quite the literary medley to keep your ears, eyes, and hearts entertained. On Saturday, May 12th the gallery opens its doors with an installation that showcases the diverse range of voices found in the Taos region. Through spoken word, music, movement, and film, audience members will find themselves connected to a community so elevated in its heart. Stop by for the closing reception for a last chance to add your voice to the exquisite corpse that has grown along the gallery walls throughout the month. With new additions to the installation, including a 4-dimensional soundscape made of the typewritten orchestra you’ve already seen portrayed in analog, the gallery will come to life with all new modes of poetic vision. A Poem Is Where The Heart Is. We hope to see you there!