"Black Inscription" is an Immersive, Multimedia Song Cycle

September 12 to 15 at Cotuit Center for the Arts

From September 12-15 Cotuit Center for the Arts will be transformed into the ocean. Using state of the art projections and production values, the audience will be transported into an underwater universe. 

Black Inscription, written by Carla Kihlstedt, Matthias Bossi, Jeremy Flower, and directed by Kihlstedt and Mark DeChiazza, is an immersive multimedia song cycle by a team of veteran creators, drawing on the most powerful aspects of rock, contemporary classical, and pop music. 

This work, based on the true story of a free diver who descends into the depths of the ocean, never to resurface, is at the intersection of art and science and was written with guidance from experts at WHOI.

In addition to the arts and culture community our hope is to draw audiences from the Cape Cod Technology Council, Blue Economy, and the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce.

Cotuit Center for the Arts will be happy to discuss group packages and greatly appreciate your getting the word out about this rare opportunity to participate in such a unique performance experience right here on Cape Cod.

For more information and to explore the video and music, visit www.blackinscription.com and for tickets visit https://artsonthecape.org/explore/black-inscription.


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