The ‘Transitory Sound and Movement Collective’ will premiere an exciting and dynamic new collaborative work “My Lambent Soul Casts Shadows” at the Arts Mission Oak Cliff in Dallas, Texas. Recently named one of the “Top Five Creatives to Watch in 2018” by Free Press Houston, sound/intermedia artist, Lynn Lane, is bringing together an incredible group of performers that will include Dallas native, Jennifer Mabus, who has been hailed as “bold” (New York Times) and “living calligraphy” (Boston Globe). The ensemble will also consist of the highly acclaimed artists, Julia Fox (Houston), soprano, and Ingrid Gerling (Houston/Brazil), violinist.
“Transitory Sound and Movement Collective is a vehicle that gathers artists to create immersive and experiential work. Each performance is a creative cornucopia, providing fodder for nearly all the artistic senses.” – Evan Wildstein – Arts+Culture Texas Magazine. The audience will become absorbed into an unspoken conversation between movement and sound through structured improvisation.
Julia Fox – soprano
Lynn Lane – synthesizers/electronics/
Ingrid Gerling – amplified violin/kaiser box