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Lhanna Writesel & Paxton Marler present Sunday, August 5

In this month’s FreeSessions, we will explore the boundaries between language and art. Below are our individual interpretations of this concept:

In Lhanna’s Words:

Art, in its many forms, facilitates human connection and communication in ways that language cannot. Those who struggle to communicate with others through language can connect through art.
Group improvisation is one avenue that can lead to a heightened perception of those around us. Each sound offered by the individual contributes to the overall sound of the group, creating a breeding ground for a different type of communication.

In Paxton’s Words:

Art is a medium for expressing the beauty and nature of everything. It is a medium that bridges the gap of what can and cannot be conveyed through words. While words emit the consciousness of one thing, sight emits another, sound emits another, smell emits another.
One human is a medium for their perceived world. Another human is a medium for another perceived world. Another is another is another. Together, we create a new story and a new understanding. Art is a medium for expressing the beauty and nature of everything.

In Emily’s Words:

For us, music allows for a more fulfilling mode of expression than the spoken word alone. We communicate and speak from a place much different than language. Our dialogue is not confined to the boundaries inherent to language and it lacks concrete definitions found in the spoken word. Because of this, the musical mode of expression and communication speaks truly and perhaps more directly from our life experiences. In this way, exploring space and sound with others provides us a revitalizing way to speak, grow, and learn.

This is only one interpretation of the broad concept we would like to explore. It is our hope that we can further explore what this idea has to offer through the music we will all share during the FreeSessions.