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Reveille Dans La Brume
Cha, Theresa Hak Kyung
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Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
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UC Berkeley, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Art Collection Highlights - Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
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A 6 page photocopy of a detailed description/ outline of Cha's performance "Reveille Dans La Brume" June 10, 1977. "Reveille Dans La Brume" was performed at the San Francisco Art Institute Annual, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA. 1977; La Mamelle, San Francisco, CA. 1977.
See Museum #1992.4.122-126 / 185-187 / 203 -204 / 283 -289 / 449 / 543
As described in the text "Reveille Dans La Brume is a performance composing lap dissolve projections, synchronous interaction with them, pre-recorded audio tape, simultaneously performed live with voices, and controlled distribution of light. The title itself "Awakened in the Mist" alludes to elsewhere, source, or multi-gradations, levels in what seems singular in our perception, to articulate, to speculate upon dimensions made visible to us through suggestion, through induction, attempting to find some collective key, associations, that would result in a kind of a transformation in the audience, as well as the performer." The text also describes in detail the performance.
Documentation 6 photocopies. w8.5 x h11 inches
Cha Collection
Performance Art

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