Department of Music and Preforming Arts Professionals
ONENESS", an intriguing performance art piece by
Sullivan, oboist & painter Ken Cro-Ken."
- THE NEW YORK TIMES (2011)
" ...the cutting edge." - THE NEW YORKER (1999)
MULTIPLE ONENESS PERF'S.
MATT SULLIVAN & KEN CRO-KEN
TIME RELEASED PERFORMANCES
Setting paint and music into motion
(REGISTERED WITH BMI)
NEXT TIME RELEASED PERFORMANCE
JUNE 25, 26 OR 27TH
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LIVE AT SYMPHONY SPACE, NY, NY
- THE NEW YORK TIMES -
(Published: February 22, 2011)
"MULTIPLE ONENESS" an intriguing performance-art piece by the oboist Matt Sullivan and the painter Ken Cro-Ken. While Mr. Sullivan played a melancholy lament over recorded sounds, Mr. Cro-Ken poured liquids onto a canvas projected onto a video screen. The colorful liquids flowed through the painting’sraised surfaces like yellow lava, swirling in strange tandem with the oboe’s melancholy tunes."
By VIVIAN SCHWEITZER
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AT SYSMPHONY SPACE, NY, NY Feb. 2011
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