Experience Auguste Rodin’s ability to render the texture and the tension of the human body through the lens of movement and sound. Murielle Elizéon draws on various Rodin sculptures, as well as the relationship between Rodin and his model, collaborator and lover: Camille Claudel to create a textured duet together with Tommy Noonan.
The work is also in collaboration with NC-based sound-artist Ben Trueblood, who creates a real-time sculptural rendering of time, bodies and sound. The 20-minute performance highlights the kinetic power of Rodin's sculptures, imagining them as fluid living works which provide insight into the dynamic human relationship in which many of them were formed.
November 4, 5 & 11
1pm, 2pm & 3pm
The North Carolina Museum of Art
West Building - Rodin Gallery