INSTALLATION // NON-PLACES AT NAVEL //
Non-Places: Video Installation
Non-Places are the spaces where people are put on pause – from modern structures plagued by loneliness, isolation and anomie, to the in-between areas where people exist without relation, identity or history.
Clamber’s work decompresses non-places by slowing them down, facilitating an almost ceremonial rhythm for the liminal procession of people passing through forgettable time.
The Non-Places program included a series of video works from Clamber exploring these realms as sites of identity formation, relation and history.
The program was accompanied by a set of live sound performances by Crystal Quartez and Clamber.
Clamber’s medium involves field recording, video work and sound collage, and often stretches/collapses time around mundane, isolated moments through slow motion and timelapse photography. Clamber also runs a monthly experimental music and film series at Boathouse Experimental Studios. Follow Clamber on Instagram and Bandcamp.
Mar 27 2019, 8PM, doors at 7:30PM
$10 in advance, $15 at door
Based in Los Angeles, NAVEL is a test site for community-driven projects, critical equitable practices, collaborative learning and kinship.
Through a range of events, performances, exhibitions, screenings, talks, and working groups, NAVEL creates a space where individuals come together to share the knowledge, skills, and volition necessary to find novel ways to organize, distribute resources, impact and bridge communities.