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Creative director, Stanzi Vaubel, hosted the Indeterminacy Festival at KANEKO. This multi-genre performance, in collaboration with ætherplough, Omaha Children’s Choir and local musicians explored the nature of instability inside a handmade inflatable arena.
Over the course of four days, participants created their own indeterminate worlds out of plastic and tape turning 2-dimensional shapes into 3-dimensional environments. Participants building the bubble environment include Why Arts? Inc., Pinewood Elementary School, Chandler View Elementary School & Gilder Elementary School. After creating these environments dancers, musicians, writers, and other artists within the workshop used their artistic skills to collaborate on the creation of a performance inside these inflatable worlds. All participants were led through each stage of the process by director Stanzi Vaubel.
About Stanzi Vaubel
Stanzi Vaubel started out as a classical cellist. She trained at Manhattan School of Music and Juilliard Pre-College. She has collaborated on projects at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center and performed at venues such as Tanglewood, The Long House, and Carnegie Hall. She was hired by the Whitney Museum to design an interactive web project focused on teen engagement with contemporary American art. Currently, she is a Ph.D. candidate and teaching fellow in the Media Studies Department at The University at Buffalo. The Indeterminacy Festival is her new collaboration with the artists and community members of Buffalo and beyond. Learn More ->
Founded in 2008 by Susann Suprenant and Thom Sibbitt, ætherplough was formed to add context and content to our growing local community of multi-disciplinary artists in order to engage Omaha in the national contemporary performance dialogue. We create, produce, and present contemporary performance in Omaha. Learn More ->
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