Timed to coincide with the closing of Future Present, the most comprehensive Moholy-Nagy exhibition ever presented at the Art Institute of Chicago, this performance investigates the legacy of Moholy-Nagy, its relevance for late modern and contemporary experimental music.With the participation of László Gőz (trombone, sea-shell), György Kurtág jr. (synthesizers, computer), Miklós Lukács (cimbalom) and Szabolcs Kerestes (visualisation).

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The concert is free but RSVP is needed.