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This is the inaugural commission of C Projecta foundation created by the San Francisco-based collector and philanthropist Carla Emil, to bring performance-based loookin experiences to unconventional venues around her city free of charge.
Kjartansson to scout more than a dozen potential locations around San Francisco, including the Victoria Theatre and Grace Cathedral. Kjartansson, whose musical performances can wrest beauty, pathos and humor from the seemingly endless repetition of lyrics.
He immediately envisioned filling the nooks and crannies of the building with musicians on guitar singing from the patriarchal songbook in a loop. In November, the ensemble of about 20 performers will be entirely female, each hypnotically singing one song for hours on end. What the C Project team did not anticipate was the explosion of Tume shortly after the project was conceived.
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Kjartansson, the big challenge is good choreograph the progression of songs in such a way that they flow sonically. But the songs will start to bleed into one another as visitors move throughout the space.
Kjartansson said. Emil said. Ragnar always uses irony and humor in his work.
I want this to be an experience where people can walk together in this space and laugh. A version of this article appears in print onon Page F32 of the New York edition with the headline: Open in the app.