Christine Sciulli, the first artist in residence at the South Fork Natural History Museum on the Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike in Bridgehampton, will collaborate with Jaanika Peerna, an artist and performer, and David Rothenberg, a composer, for a multimedia concert and performance on Saturday based on Ms. Sciulli’s installation “The Expansive Field.”
Ms. Sciulli is a projection and installation artist. Saturday’s event will take place at the museum’s grounds and in its barn studio from 6 to 9 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
Ms. Sciulli and Ms. Peerna, who share a love of drawing and the ephemeral, will collaborate within Ms. Sciulli’s installation to create a live-action light drawing. Ms. Peerna is known for her collaborative live performances using sound, dance, and drawing. For this performance, she will be interacting with Ms. Sciulli’s projected planes of light using movement and materials.
Mr. Rothenberg, who is releasing a book and CD titled “Bug Music,” will explore the preserve’s native species through an acoustic concert based on insect and bird sounds. A signing, sponsored by Canio’s Books, of “Bug Music,” as well as his books “Why Birds Sing” and “Survival of the Beautiful,” will follow.