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Alison O'Daniel '03

August 01
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August 17

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An opening reception will be held on July 20, 6-8pm.

Alison O’Daniel’s new body of sculptural work was inspired by the musical score to her upcoming feature-length film The Tuba Thieves (one scene of which will be shown concurrently in LA Louver’sRogue Wave exhibition, alongside a second set of sculptures). For this score, O’Daniel commissioned three composers (Ethan Frederick Greene, Christine Sun Kim, and Steven Roden) to respond to poems and other nuanced references that she set up as a basis for their musical compositions. O'Daniel's sculptures translate her own physical experience of listening to the score into narratives that contribute to a larger biographical imaginary. O’Daniel treats them as expanded cinematic forms, each object with its own narrative arc examining non-verbal communication.

Gallery open Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-6pm or by appointment

Website: http://samuelfreeman.com/upcoming-exhibition/

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Samuel Freeman
2639 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034
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