Pegasus

Temporal Boundaries Performance Arts Series: Insecure/Unsecure (Transmission 020)

  • Equipment set up before the event begins. 
    Equipment set up before the event begins. 
  • Students walking around the exhibit.
    Students walking around the exhibit.
  • Music equipment.
    Music equipment.
  • C. Tara begins the performance by creating art through projections.
    C. Tara begins the performance by creating art through projections.
  • C. Tara performs.
    C. Tara performs.
  • The performance has a change in tone.
    The performance has a change in tone.
  • People are fully emerged in the art.

    People are fully emerged in the art.

  • Art through projections.

    Art through projections.

  • Art through projections.

    Art through projections.

  • Students and faculty watching the performance.

    Students and faculty watching the performance.

  • Abstract art projection.
    Abstract art projection.
  • Art projection.

    Art projection.

  • C. Tara creating music for the performance.
    C. Tara creating music for the performance.
  • David Gladden begins his performance.
    David Gladden begins his performance.
  • Math is used as a code for this performance.

    Math is used as a code for this performance.

January 30, 2019

On Wednesday January 30, 2019, the Kohl Gallery held the first event of their Temporal Boundaries Performance Art Series. This series was created in collaboration between the Kohl Gallery and Sandbox to bring live art performances to Washington College in the form of three events over the course of six weeks.


The first of these events featured C. Tara , David Gladden and Mike Hall in a performance titled Insecure/Unsecure (Transmission 020). Art and music were created and projected throughout the gallery as the audience walked through. The performance aimed to illuminate how messages are transmitted, received, processed and decoded. It was truly a unique experience open to all of the Washington College community.


Last modified on Feb. 6th at 4:59pm by Veronica Washington.