August 5th, 2019
August 6th, 2019
At the intersection of art, science and sustainability sits Epsilon Spires.
The Brattleboro nonprofit works to build these connections by providing interactive art installations that experiment with sound, light and sensory perception, all while encouraging inquiry and discourse by integrating diverse forms of expression.
What do you get when you mash up a 1906 Estey pump organ, feral sheep grazing in Nova Scotia and the producer of a public access television series named "Coma Club"?
Epsilon Spires, of course.
"The beginning of this venture was quite auspicious," said Jamie Mohr, creative director for Epsilon Spires, a performance space-slash-gallery-slash-artist studio in the First Baptist Church in the heart of downtown Brattleboro.
September 6th, 2019
"Cosmic Frisson refers to the visceral experience of chills while being moved by art, music or dance—any means of communication," says Epsilon Spires' creative director Jamie Mohr. "Admittedly mysterious, it can also be spiritual—and along with being cosmic, it is also a fundamentally human response."