Lynne Marsh: Fanfare

Video installation

In ‘Fanfare’, the viewer triggers a short choreography of synchronized moving lights to a sampled drum roll remixed from The 20th Century Fox fanfare. Operating as a prologue, Fanfare immerses the viewer in the spotlight of a momentary experience of spectacle and theatricality, staging an atmosphere of anticipation.

To see at
Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

Section within the
Dallas Arts District
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Lynne Marsh is an internationally acclaimed artist whose practice lies at the intersection of moving image, performance and installation. Marsh’s video installations capture specific locations and behind-the-scene views, thereby negotiating the historical, social, and political forces that have produced the locations and the events they frame.

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Her video works have been exhibited and screened extensively including: The Montreal Biennale (2014); Toronto International Film Festival (2014); Kunsthalle Memmingen, Germany (2014); Or Gallery, Vancouver (2013); The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (2012); the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (2011, 2008); PROGRAM, Berlin (2011); European Media Art Festival, Osnabrueck, Germany (2011); Oakville Galleries, Canada (2011); 53 Art Museum, China (2011); ICA, London(2010); Manif d’art 5, Quebec City (2010); Danielle Arnaud contemporary, London (2009); Centro Cultural Montehermoso, Spain (2009); Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles(2008); Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin (2007) and 10th Istanbul Biennial (2007). She lives and works in Montreal, Berlin and London. Marsh is represented by Galerie Donald Browne, Montreal.

Photos: Copyright Josh Blaylock



A biennial public art event of light, video and sound.