Dennis Gonzalez: Geophysical Music Travel, works on paper
Opening Reception, January 18, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
On view through Sunday, March 3.
Top Ten Records is proud to invite you for the opening of the Dennis Gonzalez work on paper exhibition, Geophysical Music Travel.
"My work is an expression, an examination, of the different forms the universe takes and the symbols that point these forms out to us. I use language plus bits and pieces of material from many sources as a way of making these forms of universal understood.
The past two years, my exhibits have focused on bringing different related series that I have worked since 1985. For Geophysical Music Travel, I have decided to display works on paper from 1994 to 2018. In my mind, they are related that they are graphic in feel and show movement, especially as it relates to my geophysical travels with my visuals arts as well as musical movement related to cartographic and astronomical schemes."
a Dallas based musician/composer, artist, broadcaster, writer, educator and actor, who directed the music program La Rondalla for eight years. He has recorded more than 50 jazz CDs and LPs. Since 1980 he has travelled around world to music festivals, concerts, workshops and television presentations. Radio producer of shows for KERA-FM, KNTU-FM and Radio Student in Slovenia. He has exhibited his visual art, worldwide, since 1978, has published ten books, taught in public schools for 41 years and held residencies in multidisciplinary subjects at universities and high schools. His family jazz trio Yells At Eels celebrated its 20th birthday on May 2018.
During this opening there will be music performances, soon to be announced, and wine will be provided by Dalla Terra.