Lita Albuquerque

Born in Santa Monica, California, 1946

Lives and works in Santa Monica, California

Since the late 1970s, Lita Albuquerque has used environments, performance and objects to consider the land’s relationship to the cosmic. “I am interested in that impossibility of vision,” she explains, “being able to perceive only what is around us, yet aware that what we are perceiving is only part of a much larger vision.” At Converge 45, the artist joins collaborating artist and composer Robbie C. Williamson to present the film installation 20/20: Accelerando, adapted from Albuquerque’s text GenIus Remembered (2003-). 20/20: Accelerando follows the journey of a 25th century female astronaut in the year 6,000 BCE on a mission to spread interstellar consciousness, one which she forgets upon crashing into Earth.

Robbie C. Williamson

Born in Tucson, Arizona, 1969

Lives and works in Los Angeles, California

Robbie C. Williamson creates music for a range of commercial and independent projects, tours internationally as a part of the bands We Are the World (current), Dreamers, and My Name (former) and is a frequent collaborator with the Los Angeles dance company, Wife. As a performing and visual artist, using the pseudonym Double Diamond Sun Body, Williamson will perform at the 2017 ARCO and Art Basel, Miami art fairs.