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Sight and Sound

Sunday, October 26, 2008, 8:00 pm

An evening of improvised music and film, with performances by Phillip Greenlief, SL Morse, and the film "Giant Fly Attack" by Sarah Lockhart.


Phillip Greenlief, solo saxophone, plays music inspired by films of Michelangelo Antonioni, and will be performing these works with scenes from Antonioni’s L’Avventura and L’Eclisse.

SL Morse – Excerpts from The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus Masterminded by drummer/conceptual artist, Sarah Lockhart, SL Morse translates literary works into music via morse code, resulting in a performance focused on both interpreting the literary text and creating aesthetically interesting music. Performing as SL Morse are Sarah Lockhart (drums) and Weasel Walter (guitar).

Performances preceded by:
“Giant Fly Attack: a Tale of Vertical Integration” is a visual tribute to classic 50s b-movies where nature and science collide with disastrous results.  Through this tale of murderous giant flies, it also examines popular American business strategies, such as vertical integration, manufacturing need for a product, and using fear to sell a product.