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Houston Fringe Festival 2013: The Quiet Persistence of Memory by Paul Connolly

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Photo by Lynn Lane Photography

The Quiet Persistence of Memory (QPoT) explores the role that memory (and perception of memory) plays at a personal, professional, psychological and societal level. QPoT explores the process by which information (memory) is encoded, stored and retrieved, how memory is utilized, its decay over time, the influence/impact of chemical augmentation/diffusion, memory disruptions and disorders, and memory's value (currency) in a hyper-information rich society.

Comprising artists from Houstons contemporary music and improvisation communities performing an original composition written by Paul Connolly, each performance features different configurations of musicians, with the score augmented by live improvisation and accompanying visuals.

WHEN

WHERE

Super Happy Fun Land
3801 Polk St.
Houston, TX 77003
http://houstonfringefestival.org/

TICKET INFO

$10
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