Posted on September 9, 2015
Last week, a 31st installation was added to the list of new media artworks that will be on view at The PASEO, a 100%-free event in the historic district of Taos on September 25 and 26. Wheel of Fortune, a collaborative piece by Jill Sutherland and Anne Staveley is scheduled for a location in Kit Carson Park. The piece is described by the artists as, “an offering of the Major Arcana of the Tarot, a divination tool for daily counsel and companionship.” Wheel of Fortune has 22 doors from which audience members select to learn their fortune.
“Follow your intuition, select a door, and invite something to be awakened within you,” time-traveling mystic guides within the space urge visitors. ” Be brave, Hero. Your destiny awaits…”
Because The PASEO’s list of artists has evolved over the past six months, here for clarity’s sake is a final list of events and artists and installations. Interestingly, 16 of the 31 installations are from New Mexico artists; five of those from Taos.
The PASEO 2015: Schedule
All Taos County middle and high schools
STEMartsLab@ThePASEO workshops. Not open to the public but the results will be part of September 25-26 installations. (These workshops are sponsored in part by Los Alamos National Lab Community Programs. Learn more.)
Thursday, September 24, 1:00pm
Harwood Museum of Art
Artist Lecture: Sabrina Barrios, “How to Build a Portal to a Hidden Dimension,” a discussion about time, space, and our connection to something greater. Free.
Friday-Saturday, September 25-26, 1:00-10:00pm
The streets of historic Taos
PASEO performances, installations, and projections. 100% free! See map for times and locations of 31 artworks by over 70 artists.
Saturday, September 26, 3:00pm
PASEO 2015 Curatorial Talk with Directors J. Matthew Thomas and Agnes Chavez and PASEO 2015 Juror Nancy Zastudil. Free.
Saturday, September 26, 9:00-1:00am
Taos Mesa Brewing
The PASEO After-Party: Filastine w/ Nova (Special 4RRAY audio/video performance) with Conscious Kalling, Sattva Ananda, and Buddha Bass. $10 in advance, $15 at the door.
Sunday, September 27, 7:00pm
Taos Center for the Arts
Pecha Kucha Night Taos, Volume 18, the fall arts edition. Rapid-pace 20×20 presentations from PASEO 2015 and Taos Fall Arts artists. $10.
The PASEO 2015: Artist list
(Boldface indicates New Mexico artists)
As of September 9, subject to change. Learn more.
AudioPixel | The Fountain of Memory | Boulder CO
Axle Contemporary with Steina & Woody Vasulka and Rob Shaw | Jarmark | Santa Fe NM
Sabrina Barrios | How to Build a Portal to a Hidden Dimension | Santa Maria, RS, Brazil
Paula Castillo | Wind with Small Lake | Córdova NM
Digital Design and Fabrication Program (DDF) Texas Tech University, College of Architecture | Urban Stages | Lubbock TX
Kyle Evans | de/Rastra | Austin TX
Flinching Eye Collective | Ideophonetic | Denver CO and beyond
Nikki Gardner & Christopher Todd Lynch | Taos Weirs |Mill River MA
Nettrice R. Gaskins | AR Virtual Sounding Space | Boston MA
Abbey Hepner | Nuclear Illuminations | Albuquerque NM
CHiKA Iijima | SEI: Stella Octangula | Japan and New York NY
Amber Imrie-Situnayake | Hum | Oakland CA
Michelle Montjoy | So Many Hours in the Day | Oceanside CA
August Muth | Auroral Equinox | Santa Fe NM
Jan Thomas Nelson | Moonlighting | Albuquerque NM
Ruben Olguin | Sonic Decay | Albuquerque NM
Andrea Polli and The Social Media Workgroup | Solar Powered Village | Albuquerque NM
Vanessa Ramos-Velasquez with guest sound artist Derek Holzer | A•LIVE | Berlin Germany
Christian Ristow | Fledgling | Taos NM
Sara D. Rivera | Nerveless | Boston MA
Paul Santoleri | Draco | Philadelphia PA
SJ Ç+: Sasha Raphael vom Dorp, Jennifer “Jexime” Longo, Joshua “Kanizzle” Cunningham, with interactive projections by Gak Stonn | Energy Transfer | Taos NM
Thomas Soule | A Surreal Tasting | Taos NM
Christina Sporrong | TaranTula | Taos NM.
Jill Sutherland & Anne Staveley | Wheel of Fortune | Los Angeles CA / Santa Fe NM
tNt!: Dora Dillistone, Jan Dorris, Dianne Frost, Sally Gray, TJ Mabrey, Marcia Oliver, Barbara Zaring | The Corridor | Taos NM
Edie Tsong & Michael Lorenzo Lopez | Love Letter to the World | Santa Fe NM
Marion Claire Wasserman | Dream Tent X2 | Santa Fe NM
Adam Wohlwend | Mobile Event Viewing Apparatuses | Albuquerque NM
The Paseo is supported with grant funding by New Mexico Arts, New Mexico Tourism Department, Taos Community Foundation, Taos County Lodgers Tax, the Town of Taos, and The Healy Foundation