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Deborah Aschheim installationJan. 13, 2012, 3:00 p.m. 
Stauffer B, Room 125 

Deborah Aschheim makes installations based on invisible networks of memory and perception. For the past five years, she has been trying to understand and visualize memory, a subject that has led her to collaborate with musicians and neuroscientists. Aschheim will present recent work: sprawling and delicate webs of video and light that map her memories across the gallery spaces, and sound-sculptures from her collaboration with San Francisco musician/composer Lisa Mezzacappa that translate Aschheim’s memory for language into music, as well as a new series that considers the interrelationship of memory and place.

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