EVENTS


October 25, 2019, 7 – 9 pm

Transformer Station announces two concurrent exhibitions that separately respond to environmental, social, economic, and cultural issues of our time. Tabitha Soren: Surface Tension meditates on the science of touch and our fleeting attention heightened by our increased technological dependency. Undercurrents is an immersive exhibition of photobooks from around the globe that explores the imperceptible and often chaotic forces that shape the world around us. This exhibition was co-organized by Melissa Catanese and Ed Panar (Spaces Corners, Pittsburgh) with Caitie Moore […]


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Saturday, October 26, 1 pm

Tabitha Soren’s photographs visualize psychological states; the internal weather than storms through each of us. She left a career in television in 1999 to start another as an artist. On October 26, she will discuss her latest body of work, Surface Tension which is on view at Transformer Station through January 2020. Questions from the audience will follow her presentation. Tabitha Soren (b.1967, San Antonio TX) is an artist and Peabody Award-winning journalist, best known for her work as an […]


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Fri, November 1, 2019, 8 pm

Doors 7:30 pm The Bach you know is only the beginning. Beloved for generations, the music of Johann Sebastian Bach has inspired millions – but what if the music we know and love was incomplete? Join cellist Juliana Soltis as she breaks with 200 years of tradition to revive the long-lost practice of spontaneous improvisation in J.S. Bach’s Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello. Performed entirely on historical instruments, including the rarely-heard 5-string violoncello piccolo, these are the Bach cello suites […]


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Sunday, April 19, 2020, 7:30 – 9:00 pm

Free Admission The duo of Amirtha Kidambi on vocals and Lea Bertucci on tapes and electronics finds new territory in extending the sonic possibilities of the human voice through electronic manipulation and improvised tactics. Taking a more integrated approach than simply filtering voice through electronic processing, Bertucci manipulates Kidambi’s voice through tactile methods with tape machine including manual speed control by physically touching the reels as Kidambi’s live voice is fed through the machine. Kidambi reacts in turn with a […]


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