JOSHUA LIGHT SHOW RESIDENCY at ISSUE PROJECT ROOM, MAY 28-31
Turn on. Tune In. Drop Out. And back In. And out. And In….
Wednesday, May 28 ALL-STAR EXPERIMENTAL IMPROVISATION
Ikue Mori (electronics), Zeena Parkins (electric harp), Lee Ranaldo (electric guitar) and Marina Rosenfeld (electronics), 8pm
Thursday, May 29 NORTH INDIAN RAGA and TALA (co-presented by Chhandayan)
Pandit Samir Chatterjee (tabla) and K.V. Mahabala (sitar), 8 pm
Friday, May 30 FREE JAZZ with Albert-Ayler-inspired quartet, Spiritual Unity
Roy Campbell (trumpet) Henry Grimes (bass), Marc Ribot (guitar), Chad Taylor (drums), 8 pm
Saturday, May 31 ELECTRONIC MUSIC
Soft Circle (Hisham Bharoocha) and Invisible Conga People (Justin Simon, Eric Tsai), 8pm
ISSUE Project Room is thrilled to host pioneering multimedia artist Joshua White and his legendary Joshua Light Show for a week of unique audiovisual collaborations. The residency will involve White’s iconic projections alongside an incredible roster of musicians, with a different musical genre represented on each night of the residency. The Joshua Light Show involves a team of video and light artists, led by White and his senior collaborator, Bec Stupak (Honeygun Labs) to improvise live synesthetic visuals behind a giant rear projection screen, involving the “liquid light” techniques he developed at Bill Graham’s Fillmore East during the late 1960s. In addition, each performance of the light show will feature contributions from a different live-cinema artist, including Seth Kirby, Zach Layton, and Mighty Robot A/V Squad. The residency is curated and produced in collaboration with Nick Hallett and concludes a month of programming at IPR devoted to the Ecstatic Moment.
$20 General-admission floor seating (available at the door before each concert)
$30 Reserved chair seating can be arranged by email: email@example.com
All performances begin at 8pm
ISSUE Project Room at the (oa) can factory 232 Third Street at 3rd Ave, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11215 F, G to Carroll; F, M, R to 9th Street-4th Ave (718) 330-0313 (venue)
ISSUE Project Room’s Joshua Light Show Residency is made possible through Presentation Funds from the Experimental Television Center. The Experimental Television Center’s Presentation Funds program is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts.