* This is a unique opportunity to experience Marina’s work across 3 platforms – exhibition, site-specific installation/sound performance, and artist lecture. All events are free and open to the public.
Exhibition: a featured artist in CMU Miller Gallery’s AFTERSOUND, reception Friday Sept 25, ongoing
Performance: live in CMU Great Hall in the College of Fine Arts (CFA), Monday, September 28
Lecture: as part of the School of Art Lecture Series, Tuesday September 29.
New York-based artist Marina Rosenfeld has performed as an experimental turntablist since the late ’90s, working with a unique palette of electroacoustic sound on hand-crafted dub plates, alongside collaborators from Christian Marclay, to Warrior Queen, to Merce Cunningham Dance Company. She has been a leading voice in the increasing hybridization between the domains of visual art and music, exhibiting and performing internationally, including at the Museum of Modern Art, Park Avenue Armory, and the Whitney Museum in New York; SPOR, Ultima, Wien Modern and Holland Festivals; Liverpool, Whitney and PERFORMA Biennials; the Tate Modern in London, and Ars Electronica in Austria, among many others.