T I M E R E L E A S E D P E R F O R M A N C ES
Ken Cro-Ken, setting paint in motion while
Matt Sullivan sets the oboe in motion with digital processing.
Symphony Space, New York, N.Y.
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NEW YORK TIMES review of MULTIPLE ONENESS performance at Symphony Space:
* THE NEW YORK TIMES - Music Review
By VIVIEN SCHWEITZER
(Published: February 22, 2010)
"The most unusual work I encountered was “Multiple Oneness,” an
intriguing performance-art piece by the oboist Matt Sullivan and the
painter Ken Cro-Ken. While Mr. Sullivan played a melancholy lament over
recorded sounds, Mr. Cro-Ken poured liquids onto a canvas projected onto
a video screen. The colorful liquids flowed through the painting’s
raised surfaces like yellow lava, swirling in strange tandem with the
oboe’s melancholy tunes."
Here is the video from that performance!