Alison O’Daniel: Centennial Marching Band Forwards, Backwards, Pause, Silent

December 28, 2015

Opening Night performance organized by JOAN

Alison O'Daniel, photo by Jan-Willem Dikkers

For the Opening Night of Art Los Angeles Contemporary, artist Alison O’Daniel presents Centennial Marching Band Forwards, Backwards, Pause, Silent, her collaboration with the marching band from Centennial High School, Compton. The band will perform a song that is constructed and deconstructed in real time based on marching formations, speeds, and the space constraints of the fair.

The performance is organized by JOAN, a not-for-profit space for screenings, performances, solo projects, and vitrine shows with a focus on emerging and under-recognized artists. JOAN is co-founded by Summer Guthery, Gladys-Katherina Hernando, and Rebecca Matalon.

More information about the performance at Events.

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