Organized in five movements, Salt Marsh Suite is an original video/sound installation and performance. Based on field observation, 3D laser scanning, imagery, and sound recordings collected in a North Carolina coastal estuary, the piece connects art and science, weaving the lines between the lives of the marsh animals and plants and the strong environmental (and human) forces that shape their existences. Salt Marsh Suite is a collaborative work by a group of faculty and regional artists.
Salt Marsh Suite is in the Cube, a state-of-the-art facility for experimental work connecting the arts and technology located in the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech. This event is sponsored by the Institute of Creativity, Arts, and Technology (ICAT) with support from the School of Performing Arts andthe School of Visual Arts.
(Picture Credits: Dongsoo Choi)
|Carol Burch-Brown||School of Visual Arts||College of Architecture and Urban Studies|
|Ann Kilkelly||School of Performing Arts||College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences|
|Joan Grossman||School of Performing Arts||College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences|
|Thomas Tucker||School of Visual Arts||College of Architecture and Urban Studies|
|Tohm Judson||Winston-Salem State University|
|Rachel Grant Rough|
|Danah Bella||Radford University|
|Steve Williams||Theatre Arts MFA*|
|Katie Conner||School of Visual Theatre Arts*|
|Dongsoo ChoiSchool of Visual Arts||School of Visual Arts||College of Architecture and Urban Studies|