I’m assembling a multimedia exhibit of Chasing Weather for the Genevieve Guldner Gallery.
The show will include poetry and spoken word by Caryn Merriam Goldberg, large format storm photography and cinematography by yours truly.
As the movie will loop continuously in an art gallery I’m obliged to make an appropriate music choice, something powerful yet refined. I selected a contemporary piece by the Italian pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi. This composition is an exquisite musical storm of piano, violin and cello. As such it marries perfectly with my supercell footage. Violin and cello produce swirling oscillations that seem to power my rotating storms. Like a tempest in nature the music organically ebbs and flows, builds to a powerful crescendo, then like every storm it’s suddenly gone. Watch this on a large screen with big speakers, perhaps with a glass of wine. Tell me what you think!
Chasing Weather Exhibit Details:
Genevieve Guldner Gallery
KCMO Central Library
April 2 - May 29, 2016
14 West 10th Street
Kansas City, MO 64105