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It’s rare to find a band that uses live instrumentation to make semi-legitimate electronic music. Most bands are afraid of crossing into territory that renders instruments like guitars and drums obsolete, but Infected Mushroom pushes the boundaries of what a live band can accomplish in the confines of its members' instruments. The group was founded in Israel in 1996 and progressed towards a sound that incorporates elements of heavy metal and electronic music to create an entirely original sound that many have referred to as psytrance.
Cornell Fine Arts MuseumNovember 28, 2014 12:00 PM
1000 Holt Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789
Trevor Paglen is one of the artists featured in the exhibition Fractured Narratives: A Strategy to Engage. The art showcased in the exhibit leaves space for personal interpretations and a critical relaxation on the social, technological and psychological trends over the last ten years. These artists create through their work an opportunity for speculations and avoid providing simple explanations. The contemporary art inspires viewers to come to their own conclusions.
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American ArtNovember 28, 2014 1:00 PM
445 North Park Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32789
Lockwood De Forest (1850-1932) was an artist who was a well-traveled man and son of a wealthy family. His famous painting The Wreck has been exhibited many times, three times alone in 1880 - at The Century Association, the National Academy of Design in New York City and at the Louisville Industrial Exhibition in Kentucky. The Wreck thematizes life and death in a desert setting. This circle of life is timeless and the skill with which De Forest used his brush and commitment of colors makes the painting seem alive.