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Sensory Overload 

When: Sun., Dec. 15 2013
Expanding music beyond just a sonic level, Norwegian Camille Norment creates soundscapes meant to heard, seen and felt in a combined sensory event. Her expansive body of work contains installation art pieces, sound performance pieces and some permanent public works, all of which have garnered favorable attention from numerous museums and galleries internationally. Tonight Norment is performing on a glass armonica (a ghostly sounding, Benjamin Franklin-designed instrument, sounding similar to rubbing your finger around a wine glass) with electronic accompaniment. The wildly imaginative multimedia artist transcends cultural constructs of music through composed and improvised material. Contradicting sensory experiences, Norment creates her own sense of reality and welcomes the audience to her artificial atmospheres. She performs tonight at 7:30 at the Transformer Station. Tickets are $20 ($18 for CMA members). (Stoops)


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