Catherine Lamb – The in-between

Wednesday 14 April, 12-2pm [online via Minerva]

Catherine Lamb talks about the in-between, notions of impurities, perspectivism, Sruti as harmonic thinking, spirals, and multi-dimensional realities. We will also listen to some music.

Catherine Lamb is an active composer exploring the interaction of tone, summations of shapes and shadows, phenomenological expansions, the architecture of the liminal (states in between outside/inside), and the long introduction form. She currently resides in Berlin.

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