Rosalind Murray: Lateral Canal Ahead @ Cambrige Arts CAC Gallery

October 11 – December 9, 2011
Opening Reception: Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011, 6:00-8:00pm

Free Outdoor Public Performances
Call 617-349-4380 for date, time & locations.

Cambridge, MA — Irish artist Rosalind Murray creates playful, intimate and poetic narratives through performance. Murray draws and sings her way around the urban environment of the City of Cambridge, and the rural environment of her hometown, Carlow, in the river Barrow valley in Ireland. Lateral Canal Ahead is a poetic detour of gallery works and live performances made on and around train tracks in Cambridge and canal tracks in Carlow. Within these frames, Murray finds inspiration and curiosities from a parallel past of industry that shapes our lives and landscapes. Lateral Canal Ahead, takes place October 11 through December 9, 2011 at the CAC Gallery at the Cambridge Arts Council, 344 Broadway, 2nd Floor. The Artist Reception on Thursday, October 13, 6:00pm-8:00pm features a performance by Rosalind Murray. More performances in Cambridge will take place the week of October 11, 2011. For a schedule of events, please visit or call the Cambridge Arts Council at 617-349-4380. :: Download Photos: One of the historical curiosities that Rosalind Murray unearths in Cambridge is the 19th-century ice harvesting operations at Fresh Pond. From the 1850s until 1945, frozen water was harvested in blocks from the pond, packed tightly onto trains, transported to boats, and sent off to destinations as far as the Middle East. The infrastructure of train tracks laid to facilitate this trade shaped the outline and foundation for the landscape of Cambridge and surrounding towns we experience today.

About Belinda Jentz

Belinda is a Native of the Midwest she holds degrees from Curry College, BA and Willmar Vo Tech ,Technical degree in Photography. When she's not pursuing her passion and talent for photography she manages a database for a major university in the Boston area. Belinda as well Volunteers her time and talent with Dr Jane Goodall’s Roots and shoots.
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