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

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.


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.

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