Every week, BR&S picks out a series of gallery events, screenings, exhibitions, performances. Here are our choices for you to go & see this week:
Wednesday May 22
Thursday May 23*
Photo: Courtesy David Zwirner. Partial installation view of Torwand (Red) / Torwand (Blue), 2004.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 20 Ames, Street, Bartos Theatre, E15, Cambridge
Alan Uglow: A Panel Discussion with Elena Alexander, Stephen Ellis, and Greg Williams
Moderated by List Curator João Ribas
6:30pm / Free
Saturday May 25
Still from From Morning to Midnight (1920, 74 min.) by Karl Henz Martin
The Institute of Contemporary Art(ICA), 100 Northern Avenue, Boston
THE ALLOY ORCHESTRA, Live Film Score: From Morning to Midnight
The Alloy Orchestra writes and performs unusual combination of found percussion and state-of-the-art electronics, helping to revive some great and unusual films of the silent era. A unique visual German expressionist masterwork, recently rediscovered in Japan, the film features radically stylized sets and imagery. Seen today the originality and daring of the film’s overall conception elevates it to the pantheon of the cinema’s most prominent and important "lost" works.
7pm + 9pm / $20 members + students | $25 nonmembers
Wednesday May 15 — Thursday July 11*
Cambridge Art Association, 25 Lowell Street, Cambridge MA
12th National Prize Show
Best in Show Daniel Kornrumpf, First Place Patricia Schappler, Second Place July Riola, Honorable Mention Lauren Moya Ford and Jane Paradise
Opening Reception: Thursday May 23
6-8pm / Free
Friday May 24 — Sunday September 15
Photo: Jason Mandella. Tony Feher, Blossom, 2009, extruded polystyrene, 4 x 8 x 2 feet
Sunday May 26, 2013 — Sunday January 5, 2014
Elissa Goldstone, Playboy zine, 2011 (co-authored by Eva LeWitt)
MASS MoCa, 1040 Mass Moca Way, North Adams, MA
Love to Love You
Mark Bennett, Eric Doeringer, Elissa Goldstone, Jason Lazarus, Eva LeWitt, Patrick McDonough, and Jeremy Shaw
Also opening Sunday May 26:
Admission hours & fees here.
Friday May 24 — Sunday June 2
Still from Band of Angels, Directed by Raoul Walsh. With Clark Gable, Yvonne De Carlo, Sidney Poitier
US 1957, 35mm, color, 127 min
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Wednesday May 29*
Charles Hayden Planetarium, Museum of Science, 11 Science Park, Boston
Sentient: A Cognitive Flow
Sentient is an original production created by artists in the Studio for Interrelated Media’s Art and Science Immersive Media course. Throughout the spring 2013 semester, students have been exploring topics of scientific inquiry and expressing their curiosities and understandings in visual, auditory, and performative modes. In less than 5 months these students collaborated on all aspects of storytelling, concept development, sound design, dome video production, and public relations to create an immersive environment exploring the creative, perceptive, and unexplored mind
2 screenings, 6 & 7 pm / Free. RSVP here.
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