As part of his collaboration with the San Jose Museum of Art, sound installation artist and composer Guillermo Galindo will be performing Circular Calls/Resonant Shadows on June 4, 2016, at 2:30 p.m. The event is part of Border Cantos, a response to the US-Mexico border by Galindo developed in collaboration with photographer Richard Misrach and the San Jose Museum of Art.
Circular Calls/Resonant Shadows is a quartet that will be performed using instruments made from items found at the border, including personal belongings of immigrants. Ensemble members are Guillermo Galindo (string, percussion, and wind instruments); Paula Cekola (percussion and wind instruments); Joel Davel (percussion); and Tom Dambly (wind and percussion instruments).
The performance is open to the public and free with museum admission.
Pictured: Pinata de cartuchos by Guillermo Galindo, photograph by Richard Misrach