Posts Tagged ‘High Places’

No Age, High Places to Perform at “Song 1″ Happening at the Hirshhorn

In May, the Hirshhorn will hit mute on the marquee indie-rock soundtrack accompanying Doug Aitken's monumental "Song 1" installation, and replace it with...a marquee indie-rock concert. A four-hour "happening" on May 11—co-sponsored by Pitchfork and Wired magazine—will feature live outdoor performances by No Age, High Places, and "a slew of others," according to the Hirshhorn's Jenny Leehey. The [...]

10 Versions of the Song in Doug Aitken’s “Song 1″

No dearth of hipness went into the soundtrack of "Song 1," Doug Aitken's sublime, monumental work of video art currently ringing the curved exterior of the Hirshhorn Museum. The looped, 35-minute "Song 1" could be a series of interlinked music videos—romantic, unquestionably; universal, but not quite comforting, in their lack of specificity; chilling in their anomie, [...]

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