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Slow. Look. Live. with Clarissa Tossin

An instagram live program from the Aspen Art Museum
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Aspen Art Museum in Colorado hosts Los Angeles–based and EMPAC-commissioned artist Clarissa Tossin, current artist-in-residence at the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer, New York discusses redefinitions of productivity; help us question whether it is necessary—or even feasible—to maintain the same habits and practices held before the world went on lockdown; and plays an excerpt from her recently composed musical score using 3D printed replicas of pre-Columbian instruments in US and Guatemalan collections, including those at the Denver Art Museum. 

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Main Image: An image of an indigenous flute from the artists residency in EMPAC's Concert Hall, Fall 2019. Courtesy the Artist. Photo: Sara Griffith.