Jazz/shoegaze/post-rock wizard Kaki King opens a portal every time she touches her guitar. In the intimate Club B10, she brings us on an exploration of big data in contemporary culture in this work-in-progress presentation. This multimedia journey is in collaboration with Data Humanism advocate Giorgia Lupi and video designer Max Bernstein.
What to Expect
This event will be up in the club, a 250-seat venue that we estimate to be the perfect space to see King. Every seat is a good one, but Preferred Ticket buyers get the best of the house, as well as free museum admission on the day of, or day after the show.
Planning on dinner before the show? You can have dinner in the club with Lickety Split Cafe or check out restaurants in downtown North Adams. Here are some more options right here on our museum campus: Gramercy Bistro, Bright Ideas Brewing, and A-oK Berkshire Barbeque.
In consultation with Creative Producers Greg Kastelman & Vickie Starr
This program is supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Photo by Simone Cecchetti