Earman by Terry Braunstein

Terry Braunstein


EARMAN, as seen throughout soundpedro2021

Terry Braunstein

I have long appreciated artists’ costumes, such as those of Marc Chagall but have never been drawn to the medium myself. When “Marco Schindelmann” and I collaborated in 2019, I created a simple costume About Time. “Marco” called himself a “collage vivante” (living collage), which I loved.

So, when I was approached about another such collaboration, I happily agreed. This incarnation of the Collage Vivante, Earman, was far more complicated and technically challenging. I was concerned about the wind at Angels Gate and wanted the costume to be both comfortable and sturdy. Also, I wanted it to address sound and listening directly, this in contrast to About Time which explored sound’s inverse.

I now feel that this medium has become one of my own and hope to do more collage vivantes in the future.

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Terry Braunstein’s exhibitions, collections, commissions, public art, awards include: Centre Pompidou and Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; Gallery Miyazaki, Japan; LA County Museum of Art; Sala Arcs gallery, Barcelona; Museo Civico, Italy, Long Beach Museum of Art; Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia, Spain; Craig Krull Gallery, Santa Monica; Washington Project for the Arts in Washington D.C; Franklin Furnace, NY; Getty Center; National Museum of American Art; Corcoran Gallery of Art; Library of Congress; LA County Museum of Art; Los Angeles MTA; Long Beach Transit; National Endowment for the Arts; City of Los Angeles (COLA) Cultural Affairs Arts Fellowship

Artist Location: Long Beach, CA

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