In January 2022, The 4th wAVe Digital Arts Intensive brought together Gallatin students and alumni musicians and video artists. Three ensembles embarked on a unique and collective experiment to explore, expand, and challenge the boundaries of the creative process. Together, they collaborated across time zones to develop an original audiovisual work.
Kwami Coleman, Pilar Cerón, Sarah Galvin, Evelyn Guirguis, and Leo Yablans explore the variety of intense emotions we human beings experience as a result of existing in a world in which we are dominant.
"Rite of Spring" and "Tender Buttons" both adhere to a strict sense of organization and repetition in order to convey a move away from artistic norms of figurative expression toward more literal representation.
A multimedia collage layering digital artwork, vintage tv ads, and film clips explores my creative process and critiques the representation of women in the mid-twentieth century, all to Astrud Gilberto's iconic bossa nova beat.
There are poets and there are composers. In a way, it’s simply about their strategies for producing art and relationship to art making. In another way, it’s an inherent, spiritual quality—housed somewhere between the body and the note.