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Bemis Center For Contemporary Arts
724 South 12th Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68102
Artist Nathan Young will perform with his installation «hatkiraar (STUTTER)», keening his voice to interact with and expand the tone and content of his sound installation in «Monarchs: Brown and Native Contemporary Artists in the Path of the Butterfly». Young’s vocal performance will alter the shifting frequencies inherent in the work to further enhance the physical field of sound into new shapes and experiences in the space.
Nathan Young is a multidisciplinary artist and composer working in an expanded practice that incorporates sound, video, documentary, animation, installation, socially engaged art and experimental and improvised music. Nathan’s work often engages the spiritual and the political and re-imagines indigenous sacred imagery in order to complicate and subvert notions of the sublime. Nathan is a founding and former member of the artist collective Postcommodity (2007–2015) and holds an MFA in Music / Sound from Bard College’s Milton-Avery School of the Arts.
More about the artist: nathanyoungprojects.com
Free and open to the public.