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In this emotionally resonant new work from flute and electronics duo Flutronix, the voices and personal stories of Chapel Hill are brought to vibrant life. Commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts, Discourse draws inspiration from—and incorporates—individual stories from this place for a stunning immersive musical performance in the intimate setting of CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio.

Created over a two-year residency at Carolina Performing Arts, the seeds of Discourse were planted in response to the fear, uncertainty, and frustration dividing the US. From it was born a new artistic work that is of, by, and for the Triangle community. Flutronix premiered a sneak peek at this new work during their September 2018 performance at Carolina Performing Arts.

Enhance your experience: visit the audio-visual installation Discourse: The Listening Room at UNC’s Wilson Library. See below for more details.

Tickets $27

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Maribel Carrion

Discourse: The Listening Room
Installation at UNC’s Wilson Library

March 18 – April 16
UNC’s Wilson Library, North Carolina Collection Gallery (first floor)
Free & Open to the Public

Created in partnership with University Libraries, this audio-visual installation incorporates materials gathered during the artists’ residency at CPA, allowing Flutronix to reconfigure and expand local stories of past, present and future by pairing materials on permanent display in the North Carolina Collection Gallery and from the Library’s North Carolina Collection with oral histories collected by Flutronix. Visitors can view archival items while accessing the installation mobile web app (no downloading necessary) to view additional photographs and listen to oral histories of local North Carolinians gathered by Flutronix. Both the installation and the app are free and open to the public during Wilson Library’s regular operating hours.

Origins of an Audio Exhibition: Flutronix and Jaki Shelton Green

March 23 | 2 PM
UNC’s Wilson Library, North Carolina Collection Gallery (first floor)
Free & Open to the Public

Carolina Performing Arts artists-in-residence Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull of Flutronix will be in conversation with North Carolina Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green about their engagement work with the Triangle community and the resulting musical performance and library installation. Light refreshments will be served.