Monday, 9 March 2009

CONTRIBUTOR: The end of a zero

The end of a zero is a performance that will take the form of a jazz funeral as found in the traditions of New Orleans and parts of the American south. Based on both a found photograph of a downed WWII fighter plane and a randomly intercepted radio transmission from Quito, Ecuador, The end of a zero will meditate on cinema and silence, death and duration, photography and muteness as well as music and emotional state.

-- G. Leddington

(to be performed at RECEPTION with the Cube Orchestra)

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