Art Work Talk: Featuring Musician Pamelia Stickney
63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
ART WORK TALK
An ongoing series that hosts innovative artists who speak about the artistic process on special evenings at Lang. Gain access to the intimate workings of some of the most influential artists practicing in the city today. In an intimate setting, the artist detail their creative process, speak about new productions, and examine their most famous works.
An American theremin player, musician, composer and author now living in Vienna, Austria. Pamelia Stickney, has performed and recorded with many artists including David Byrne, Yoko Ono, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Seb Rochford, Otto Lechner and Simone Dinnerstein, and was instrumental to the final design of Robert Moog's Etherwave Pro Theremin, serving as primary test musician. Stickney's background as a jazz musician in the upright bass has led to develop a "walking bass" theremin technique. Having also made various film, television and radio appearances, most notably on Saturday Night Live, and in the documentary Moog, as well as having presented a TED Talk.
This event is sponsored by Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts.