Graduate-Level Graffiti: Lost in Translation
Local and international artists, poets, musicians, and performers will be coming together on Sunday, April 13, 2008 at the Asian American Cultural Center in Austin to add their talent and expertise to this year's Graduate-Level Graffiti event.
Lost in Translation is the third in a series of interactive community arts events designed by University of Texas alum, Natasha Marin. As the title suggests, this installation event will focus on the theme of translation. Participating artists will use a variety of media and technology to explore how language can be used to bring together a diverse group of people in an environment where everyone, regardless of socio-economic background or education, can communicate through the process of art-making.
Natasha Marin, (Trinidad/Canada/USA) conceptual artist/poet
Shree Joglekar, (India) photographer/installation artist
Khadijah Queen, (Georgia, USA) artist/poet
CC Stinson, (Texas, USA) filmmaker
Dustfactory, (UK) ambient experimental musicians
Bob Mudd, (Australia) musician/painter
Robert Morgan, (Kentucky, USA) painter/installation artist
Kenji Siratori, (Japan) text/sound cyberartist
Anuja Ghimire, (Nepal) poet
Alysa Hayes, (Texas, USA) poet
Adreon Henry, (Texas, USA) artist/designer/musician
Heather Brondy, (Texas, USA) poet/writer
DJ Primeminister, (USA) scratchologist/sound artist
Translators, artists, musicians, poets and performers interested in being included in this event should email Natasha Marin directly at [email protected].
Official Website: http://www.gradgraffiti.org/
Added by salvo cheque on March 3, 2008