Archaeology of an Artist
Thursday, October 25, 2012 | 7:00 pm
A highlight of Meredith Monk’s two-week residency at Duke Performances — which includes performances, master classes, lectures, film screenings, and more — is Archaeology of an Artist at the Nasher Museum. This lively talk with integrated performances and video clips digestibly distills Monk’s 50-year journey as a composer, choreographer, filmmaker, performer, and tireless cartographer of the frontiers of the human voice. Set to conclude with an audience Q&A, Archaeology of an Artist is an ideal way to go behind the scenes with a legendary architect of interdisciplinary art as we know it today.