Performance

Richard T. Walker: the speed and eagerness of meaning (longer longing version)

Related Exhibition Stage Presence, Part of Stage Presence Performance Series

Thursday, August 30, 2012, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, September 1 and 2, 2012, 3:00 p.m.

Fourth-floor performance gallery

Image: Richard T. Walker, the speed and eagerness of meaning (longer longing version) (still), 2011; courtesy Richard T. Walker and Christopher Grimes Gallery

Walker's meditative works combine spoken language, original music compositions, video, and photography to focus on the relationships among humans, language, and the environment. Walker performs in tandem with his film the speed and eagerness of meaning, adding another dimension to a work that explores the intersection of human consciousness and the natural world.

Participants

Richard T. Walker, artist

Walker's meditative works combine spoken language, original music compositions, video, and photography to focus on the relationships among humans, language, and the environment. For this piece, Walker will perform in tandem with his film the speed and eagerness of meaning, adding another dimension to a work that explores the intersection of human consciousness and the natural world. Performed August 30, September 1, and 2, 2012 at SFMOMA as part of Stage Presence.