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Wednesday, May 14 • 7:30pm - 10:00pm
A Song for Echo

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"A Song for Echo" was produced by Brooklyn-based video and performance artist Julie Nymann (http://julienymann.com/) and includes an original soundtrack by Boston-based electronic music composer Ricardo Donoso (http://ricardodonoso.com/). The exhibition is a fully immersive experience, utilizing the entirety of the Museums 57-foot planetarium dome. 

Nymann produces video and performance works which recite the inherent dualities embodied in folklore and present in all people. She emphasizes the acts of self-attraction, repulsion, intimacy, and distance. Boston-based Donoso produces emotional soundscapes that become "a mirror in which the illusions we hide ourselves behind are dissolved." A Song for Echo’s central character embarks on a spiritual journey through earth and water, attempting to discover herself and her relationship to the elements before nightfall. 

All ages, $15

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Julie Nymann

Julie Nymann’s art practice deals with the interplay of video, sound and still images. Her main current project is a series of videos and installations inspired by the myth of Narcissus. Julie was born in 1987 and grew up in Nærum, Denmark. After graduating in photography from... Read More →
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Ricardo Donoso

Ricardo Donoso is a composer, percussionist, and electronic musician from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, who currently lives in Boston. He is one half of the ever morphing electronic duo Perispirit and also performs solo electronic music under his own name. In addition, he composes music... Read More →


Wednesday May 14, 2014 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Charles Hayden Planetarium 11 Science Park, Boston

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