FETA produces yet another gathering of experiments in sound, arts, technologies and community-building.
Why do we do things the way we do?
The artists are prompted to create, explore, experiment, mediate and share ever-expanding universe of sensory galaxies—trajectories that begin, get interrupted and rediscovered. FETA asks questions, enables performance spaces and listens.
The FETA XX FEST presents exploration of 2 private residencies, their indoor and outdoor potential for creative experience through 2 public evenings.
Navigation through unique spaces as artists occupy them with their expressions will enable witnessing edgy performance practices, conversations via panels and learning via workshops. Mechanical, acoustic and electric energies will reveal multidimensional sonic love hidden in corrugated plumbing tubes, a collective memory embedded in a dress, sounds of a Miami-inspired electronics, virtual cave of moving paintings and unexpected encounters (every toy has a sonic soul) with wall and moving art. International Women’s Day to be celebrated too on March 8!
Participating artists include Spacepants (CA/NC), Margaret Lancaster (NY), Chris Chafe (CA), Nestor Prieto (CT), Paula Matthusen (CT) and Miamians Jacob Sudol, Chen-Hui Jen, Federico Bonacossa, Jose Hernandez Sanchez, Catalina and Sophia von Wrangell, Nicole Martinez and Alena Rebmann. Curated by Juraj Kojš.
Friday, March 8, 2019: 7-9PM: outdoor performances at Salome Stage
Saturday, March 9: 5-10PM: sonification workshop (C. Chafe), indoor performances and panels
Space is limited. Get your $5 ticket here no later than 24 hours in advance, and we will send you details and location:
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With the support of the FETA Foundation, Harold Golen Gallery, Jose Hernandez Sanchez and Alba Triana and Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.