Tonight is Orlando’s only opportunity to experience "All Healing Lines," a live audiovisual work by Alex Clements and Kate Shults in which textures of video and ambient music ally to “emulate the suspended, introspective moments” of the healing process.
Since committing to a collaboration in September, musician Clements and moving image artist Shults have worked independently on separate components of the piece, which will coalesce for the first time this evening. Equal parts emergent installation and collaborative performance, "All Healing Lines" relies on the individual intuitions of each contributor as well as a reasonable bet for their creative alignment around “common expressions of isolation, grief, and recovery.” Shults enthuses that the merger of music and images “will essentially be a surprise for us and the audience”.
The two artists have been in concert for over a year, with a collaborative origin in the haunting inauguration of Counterweight - an audiovisual series hosted by Time Waste Management and Clements’ populist events platform TMD - last December, which illuminated the sanctuary of Audubon Park Covenant Church with video projections while filling the house with ambient music.
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