Artists Rachel Buse and Trey Reis present a sculptural soundscape exploring habitat, capacity, and the processes of dislocation. We will celebrate the release of new recordings from Trey Reis’ solo music project, Skyscraper. The album is a reconfigured version of the sound installation portion of the salon, utilizing many of the same layers and recordings.
In addition, there will be spoken word by William Bortz and handmade small-batch ice pops by Sunshine Ice Pops.
Salon Details: Attendance is capped at 65 and the suggested donation per person is $5. Wine + beer are always provided, but a BYO libation or morsel to share is always commendable.
The new gallery show opens at 6:00pm and performances begin at 8:00pm.
Please reserve tickets on Tikly if you plan to stay for the performance.
What is a Salon? Since the late 17th century, salons have brought people together to amuse one another and refine the taste and increase the knowledge of the participants through conversation. Yellow Door Gallery salons exist much in the same way: as a place and forum that brings people together through shared experiences with visual, aural and performance art.
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