performing an evening of experiments in puppetry, video projection, and live sound that contemplate the notion of self-improvement .
Three situations are presented to the distinguished audience:
1. A multi-story apartment building changes into a mountain over a
surprisingly short period of time.
2. A bear attempts to study architecture, and is arrested For Fashion Faux Pas (4 paws).
3. A short course in learning to appreciate monumental sculpture.
SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 7:30 pm
(please be timely as the show will begin at 7:30 sharp!)
Yelena Zhelezov is a Belarusian-Israeli artist based in Los Angeles. Yelena’s work is highly interdisciplinary, and as such takes form of installation, objects, texts, film, and puppetry performance. Yelena’s materials are evidentiary of the world, often sourced in science, art history, and her yard. She uses strategies of research, classification and the archive in her practice. She is currently an MFA candidate at CalArts.