Performance and Readings: Hanne Darboven's Address—Place and Time

Title

Performance and Readings: Hanne Darboven's Address—Place and Time

Date
Friday, April 27, 2018
Time
2:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Location
Art Museum

1:30 pm To / From: Hanne Darboven and Sol LeWitt
207 East Pyne Building
Readings from letters exchanged between Hanne Darboven and Sol LeWitt, who maintained a decades-long correspondence from the late 1960s until LeWitt’s death in 2007. Seating will not be provided.

2:30 pm Sea Change: Readings from Homer’s Odyssey
Art Museum
Readings from Homer’s epic poem in a 2017 English translation by Emily Wilson, in a 1781 German translation by Heinrich Voß, and in ancient Greek. Seating will not be provided.

3:30 pm How to tell you, how to transmit
106 McCormick Hall
A lecture on Hanne Darboven’s Cultural History 1880–1983 (1980–83) by New York-based artists Nick Mauss and Ken Okiishi.

5:00 pm The Audible Number and the Legible Trace
106 McCormick Hall
A lecture on the musical practice of Hanne Darboven by Seth Cluett, composer and artist.

6:00 pm Darboven Tracings
Art Museum
Premiere of a new musical work by Seth Cluett, commissioned by the Program in European Cultural Studies, to be performed by Cluett with collaborators Lainie Fefferman, Jascha Narveson, and Jeff Snyder. Seating will not be provided. A reception at the Art Museum will follow the performance of Darboven Tracings.

The installation and program of opening events are sponsored by the Department of Art & Archaeology, the Princeton University Art Museum, the Department of German, and the Program in European Cultural Studies.