This collaboration between video artist DB Amorin and sound artist Chloe Alexandra Thompson is billed as “engaging sub-bass tones to high-pitched sirens whose interactions entangle the spatial experience of listening with the expanded field of embodied proprioception.” That’s a lot to unpack, so if you’re short on time, here’s the simple version: This multimedia performance will involve sound you can literally feel—immersive visuals to take you out of your head and plant you firmly in your physical, sensory experience. They Can Never Burn the Stars is part of the ongoing Indigenous-led curatorial series Knowledge of Wounds.
by Martha Daghlian
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