Nicole Langille presents Ensemble, 7-10 pm this Friday, January 22, 2010

January 22, 2010
13 East Tulane

We invite you to visit,


light. sound. mylar. vinyl. paper. cardboard. video. flooring. shelving. video. cloth. glue.

Walt Whitman wrote, “I will not make poems with reference to parts/ But I will make poems with reference to ensemble.” Using the idea of ensemble as an organizing principle, this project draws a collection of materials and methods into a conversation that probes the fragile, frustrated, and fleeting nature of communication.

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Nonstop Institute, a new non-profit cultural and educational organization in Yellow Springs, is getting ready to host the opening of their inaugural Open Village/Open Spaces six-week artist residencies, featuring installations by Columbus artists Orion Barrett, Linda Diec and Amy Koenig. Throughout the evening a silent auction will be held to raise money for Nonstop Institute.

...and here are some pics from the opening gala :

Orion Barrett

Amy Koenig

Linda Diec

Tim Noble


Experience sounds of possible futures at It Looks Like It's Open, 13 E Tulane Road. In sounds like the future, Joshua Penrose demonstrates futuristic sonic constructions from the past. Ambient soundscapes extracted from old films are re-articulated in an invisible network. Move through the space and hear these physical systems that could have been.

Reception is Saturday, January 9th, 2010 from 6 to 9 PM.

Also open by appointment, contact

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