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Preston Swirnoff: 'Stained Glass Enters the Stream'

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Preston Swirnoff: 'Stained Glass Enters the Stream'

7 PM on Fri, 7 Jan 2022
Swish Projects
Free
RSVP for Friday, Jan. 7 or make an appointment in advance.

From San Diego weekend arts events (KPBS feature):
Preston Swirnoff's latest multidisciplinary work is called "Stained Glass Enters the Stream," and it's a circular composition, with no clear beginning or end. The apparatus Swirnoff uses to perform the piece involves an intricate analog tape looping between two machines, emitting a dynamic, tuned chord, and it's connected to an organ. Swirnoff has collaborated with artists Spenser Little, known for his intricate and text-based wire sculptures, and Richard Isabella. It's immersive and meditative, and the installation will remain on view through Jan. 16. RSVP with Swish for access to the free performance, to reduce the number of guests indoors. The performance will also be livestreamed on Instagram.

Details: Friday, Jan. 7, 2022 at 7 p.m., or by appointment through Jan. 16. Swish Projects, 2903 El Cajon Blvd., North Park. Free.

Related links:
Preston Swirnoff on Instagram
Swish Projects on Instagram

Swish Projects

2903 El Cajon Blvd (Unit 2)
San Diego, California 92104
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