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|Registration Closes||Any time before each shift ends or when space runs out.|
Daniela holds a Bachelor of Art from the Escuela Nacional de Pintura, Escultura yGrabado La Esmeralda (2002-2007) and from the Arts Academy at Karlsuhe, Germany (2006-2007), as well as an M.F.A. from NYU Steinhardt, New York (2008-2010).
Using drawing, video, and photography, Libertad explores the diverse relationships between objects and her body, the perception of the intangible, mysticism and its connection to everyday life. Through her work, she investigates how sculptural dynamics are constructed and deposited onto objects; searching for a connection between weight, tension, and balance — materials, forms, and objects.
Umeda Tetsuya, one of the leading artists working with sound installation and performance, is based in Osaka, Japan. Umeda employs minimal electronic means to produce sound from everyday objects, such as balloons, fans, tin cans and dog whistles, in a transparent process that takes place before the viewers' eyes. His self-created sound tools retain their particular histories and operate by reflecting the surrounding conditions of the space: temperature, shape, air flow, people's motion. The resulting effect is that of an experimental sound laboratory that exposes viewers – as both witnesses and partners - to the entire process of sound production, and to the surprising discoveries that ensue during each unique event.
|Perks||You will receive a vintage Fusebox Festival t-shirt, and an official volunteer wristband.|
|Causes||Arts & Culture|
2 Positions Filled | 2 Impacts | 6 Hours