Assembly: The Re-Sounding City
12 – 1 pm, Contemporary Art Gallery
Part of Locally Made’s One Room.
In Assembly, gather for casual meetings of the minds and unexpected happenings curated by local artists and designers. Congregate for poetry readings, sonic performances, movement, projection, and more.
Micah Salkind curates The Re-sounding City from 7/23-7/28.
In “The Re-sounding City” six Providence DJs spin one-hour sets that speak to their experiences of life in The Creative Capital. Curators and DJs Micah Jackson will be on-site to talk and dance about the Assembly with audiences, asking them to contribute drawings and text indexing their impressions in archival leger, a document that will compliment audio recordings of the one-hour performances. — Micah Salkind
7/28: Micah Jackson
Free with museum admission.
Micah Salkind is a Providence, Rhode Island-based curator, DJ and Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at Brown University interested in the impacts of Afro diasporic cultural production on local, national and transnational economies. His scholarly research on Chicago house music complements his activism on behalf of local artists and arts institutions.
I am Jackson Campbell Morley. I grew up in Lawrence, Kansas and studied Industrial Design at the University of Kansas.
I moved to Providence, Rhode Island and began experimenting with the creative practices I had picked up over the years.
I’m still experimenting.