MULTIPLE ONENESS SULLIVAN/CRO-KEN 02-11 NY NY OBOIST, MATT SULLIVAN; EARTHWORK PAINTER, KEN CRO-KEN www.KenCroKen.com ... www.mattsullivan.org *** Cro-Ken sets paints in motion to recreate the pushing/pulling forces that shape and mold all things. As a result, one sees not only a realistic view of space but more importantly, how it moves. Made in above and below freezing, high and low altitude, Ken learns about paint and nature simultaneously.
THE NEW YORK TIME - Music Review, By VIVIEN SCHWEITZER
Published: February 22, 2011 MUSIC OF NOW, Symphony Space
...The most unusual work I encountered was "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's raised surfaces like yellow lava, swirling in strange tandem with the oboe's melancholy tunes.
TO HEAR A HALF HOUR RADIO TALK WITH MATT AND KEN ABOUT THEIR TIME RELEASED PERFORMANCES, PLEASE GO TO THIS SITE: http://citywidewnyu.wordpre...