The Bender Room, an evening of new musical works by Kris Force, Brendan Glasson, and Coconut, featuring handmade instruments, video, stains and reverberations by Rebeca Bollinger, performed in the Mills College Bender Room—formerly part of the Margaret Carnegie Library designed by architect Julia Morgan.  Seen here, Clock Tock Tick Too in Green, a video of the 1905 clock mechanism recorded in El Campanil—the near-by bell-tower also designed by Julia Morgan projected onto the interior surfaces of the Bender Room.

The Bender Room, an evening of new musical works by Kris Force, Brendan Glasson, and Coconut, featuring handmade instruments, video, stains and reverberations by Rebeca Bollinger, performed in the Mills College Bender Room—formerly part of the Margaret Carnegie Library designed by architect Julia Morgan.

Seen here, Clock Tock Tick Too in Green, a video of the 1905 clock mechanism recorded in El Campanil—the near-by bell-tower also designed by Julia Morgan projected onto the interior surfaces of the Bender Room.

 Prepared piano played by Brendan Glasson and Tony Gennaro in Kris Force's composition “Stains for Cello and Piano.”

Prepared piano played by Brendan Glasson and Tony Gennaro in Kris Force's composition “Stains for Cello and Piano.”

 Kris Force performs her composition, “Stains for Cello and Piano” a meditative reflection on residual markings and materiality, with Brendan Glasson, Sally Decker, Tony Gennaro, and Rodolfo Córdova.

Kris Force performs her composition, “Stains for Cello and Piano” a meditative reflection on residual markings and materiality, with Brendan Glasson, Sally Decker, Tony Gennaro, and Rodolfo Córdova.

 Score for “Stains for Cello and Piano” by Kris Force.

Score for “Stains for Cello and Piano” by Kris Force.

  Three bronze sculptures as instruments , 2018 L-R:  The Line of History ,  Throat and Ear ,  Stain Backwards , bronze, painted steel, size variable

Three bronze sculptures as instruments, 2018
L-R: The Line of History, Throat and Ear, Stain Backwards,
bronze, painted steel, size variable

  Throat and Ear , and  Stain Backwards,  2018 bronze, painted steel, size variable

Throat and Ear, and Stain Backwards, 2018
bronze, painted steel, size variable

  The Line of History,  2018 bronze, painted steel, size variable

The Line of History, 2018
bronze, painted steel, size variable

  The Line of History , (detail) 2018

The Line of History, (detail) 2018

 The Bender Room, an evening of new musical works by Kris Force, Brendan Glasson, and Coconut, featuring handmade instruments, video, stains and reverberations by Rebeca Bollinger, performed in the Mills College Bender Room—formerly part of the Margaret Carnegie Library designed by architect Julia Morgan.  Seen here, Clock Tock Tick Too in Green, a video of the 1905 clock mechanism recorded in El Campanil—the near-by bell-tower also designed by Julia Morgan projected onto the interior surfaces of the Bender Room.
 Prepared piano played by Brendan Glasson and Tony Gennaro in Kris Force's composition “Stains for Cello and Piano.”
 Kris Force performs her composition, “Stains for Cello and Piano” a meditative reflection on residual markings and materiality, with Brendan Glasson, Sally Decker, Tony Gennaro, and Rodolfo Córdova.
 Score for “Stains for Cello and Piano” by Kris Force.
  Three bronze sculptures as instruments , 2018 L-R:  The Line of History ,  Throat and Ear ,  Stain Backwards , bronze, painted steel, size variable
  Throat and Ear , and  Stain Backwards,  2018 bronze, painted steel, size variable
  The Line of History,  2018 bronze, painted steel, size variable
  The Line of History , (detail) 2018

The Bender Room, an evening of new musical works by Kris Force, Brendan Glasson, and Coconut, featuring handmade instruments, video, stains and reverberations by Rebeca Bollinger, performed in the Mills College Bender Room—formerly part of the Margaret Carnegie Library designed by architect Julia Morgan.

Seen here, Clock Tock Tick Too in Green, a video of the 1905 clock mechanism recorded in El Campanil—the near-by bell-tower also designed by Julia Morgan projected onto the interior surfaces of the Bender Room.

Prepared piano played by Brendan Glasson and Tony Gennaro in Kris Force's composition “Stains for Cello and Piano.”

Kris Force performs her composition, “Stains for Cello and Piano” a meditative reflection on residual markings and materiality, with Brendan Glasson, Sally Decker, Tony Gennaro, and Rodolfo Córdova.

Score for “Stains for Cello and Piano” by Kris Force.

Three bronze sculptures as instruments, 2018
L-R: The Line of History, Throat and Ear, Stain Backwards,
bronze, painted steel, size variable

Throat and Ear, and Stain Backwards, 2018
bronze, painted steel, size variable

The Line of History, 2018
bronze, painted steel, size variable

The Line of History, (detail) 2018

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