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September 21st, 2006
8pm at Galapagos Art Space
70 North 6th Street
btwn Kent and Wythe, Williamsburg, NY subway L to Bedford Ave.
Cost: $7

Chris Becker (laptop) and Lewis 'Flip' Barnes (trumpet) perform Becker's sound installation/composition Cornell Box for laptop, four speakers, and trumpet. This performance of Cornell Box also features choreography by Rachel Cohen.

Cornell Box is an homage to Queens county surrealist Joseph Cornell. Prerecorded sounds of vinyl records, quasi-Impressionistic piano (performed by pianist Daniel Kelly) and dialogue from the film "To Have And To Have Not" surround the audience to create the experience of being inside one of Cornell's mysterious box constructions. 'Flip' Barnes' trumpet will add an additional layer of character and emotion to this aural homage to one of New York's most influential, hermetic and mysterious artists.

Cornell Box is part of an evening length program of works by friends of choreographer Rachel Cohen and Racoco Productions (Racoco Shows The Inside). The program alsoincludes performances by mezzo-soprano Lainie Diamond, clown Jeff Seal, choreographer Ariane Anthony and highlights of the Racoco repertory and works-in-progress.



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