Hello, and welcome. This is obviously in progress… but here are some upcoming events:
May 7th, 2009 7:30–midnight, opening of it hits my hair, including installation of video documentation of Ritual for three projectors. At Wolfart in Rotterdam. The exhibit will also be open May 9th & 10th from 12 pm – 5 pm.
it hits my hair
opening: thursday 7 may 19.30-00.00
Priscilla Fernandes as Ana Garcini
open: sat 9 and sun 10, 12-17h
Place: Wolfart Projectspaces
We are 5 artists working with music as a subject in the visual/performative arts. Within this exhibition we address the function of music in the visual arts; music as augmentation of an experience, musical logic as a working methodology, and exploitation of the machinery/instrumentation of music. We include a few works in the form of drawing, printed matter, video/film installation and, of course, sound. The evening will commence with the exhibition opening with drinks and snack as usual and conclude with two performances by invited bands, EKLIN and DER EINZELGANGERS.
May 7th, 2009 at 9 pm. Film screening and poetry reading, including my film The Bellouin Sequence (2008). At Maria Pandora, Plaza de Gabriel Miró 1, Las Vistillas, Madrid 28005.
The show includes films by Christina Battle, Tamara Browne, George Kuchar, Karen Johannesen and Jessie Stead, along with readings of poetry and other writings by Sharmaine Browne, D. L. Estero, Gregory Houser and Andrés Piquer Otero.
May 8th, 2009 at 8 pm. World premiere of collaborative performance with Luciano Chessa—Movements at Old First Concerts in San Francisco.
…quia non erat eis locus…
Luciano Chessa, piano, Vietnamese dan bau & musical saw; Rick Bahto, film & projectors; Theresa Wong, ‘cello
Luciano Chessa creates works that “blur the distinction between theater and music” (SFCV), treading a delicate balance between classical lyricism and the avant-garde. Tonight he presents a set of newly composed works for piano, ‘cello, musical saw and Vietnamese dan bau including Lampi sull’ENI. Per Marino Formenti (2009), Studio per Quartetto (2009), Chronicle Hotel (2008), and Movements (2009)—a collaborative work with film artist Rick Bahto for 16mm film, dan bau and amplified film projectors.