I am the shadow of the image of my person

Oxbow artists-in-residence James Borcher and Jérémy Jolly present a sound and video installation in Oxbow's gallery, titled "I am the shadow of the image of my person".

Installation runs May 4 through June 3 in Oxbow's gallery: 6118 12th Ave S. Seattle, WA 98108

Gallery hours (updated)- 

May 24th-  Thursday 6:00 - 9:00pm
May 25th- Friday 6:00 - 9:00pm
May 26th- Saturday 7:00 - 10:00pm (*Seattle Modern Orchestra concert, details below)
May 27th- Sunday 6:00 - 9:00pm
May 31st- Thursday 6:00 - 9:00pm
June 1st- Friday 6:00 - 9:00pm
June 2nd- Saturday 7:00 - 10:00pm (*closing reception)

 Gallery view of "i am the shadow of the image of my person", created by artists-in-residence James Borchers and Jérémy Jolley.

Gallery view of "i am the shadow of the image of my person", created by artists-in-residence James Borchers and Jérémy Jolley.

Concert at Oxbow—Saturday, May 26, starting at 7pm:

Seattle Modern Orchestra (SMO) performs as part of the sound and video installation by James Borchers and Jérémy Jolley, "i am the shadow of the image of my person".

Members of SMO featured in the video of the installation will confront, merge with, dialogue with their image. 

Performances will be every 30 minutes:

7:00 pm - Installation alone
7:30 pm - Performance 1 with installation
8:00 pm - Installation alone
8:30 pm - Performance 2 with installation
9:00 pm - Installation alone
9:30 pm - Performance 3 with installation

Suggested donation: $5 to $15

About the installation: 
Through a large-scale interactive sound and video installation, artist-composers James Borchers and Jérémy Jolley explore the relationship between identity and representation in the age of digital artifice. Infrared sensors, multichannel speakers, and software generate an interactive experience featuring video projections of musicians from the Seattle Modern Orchestra.

As visitors move through the space, the images and sounds stratify, disintegrate, sync, and reconstruct. Visitors can enter a small dodecahedron-shaped room to immerse themselves in an audio-video collage of those same players. Through its presentation of altering human forms playing their instruments, the piece becomes part performance and part digital play, invoking both dialogic and meditative experience, and calling into question what we know to be authentic or real. 

Oxbow is a place where diverse disciplines cross and collaborate—experimenting through art installations, performances, workshops, music, films, and lectures—as well as community and private events.

This installation was made possible thanks to the support of 4Culture, JackStraw Foundation and Oxbow.

More info: https://www.jamesborchers.com/exhibition