Where: 2295 3rd Street, San Francisco CA 94107 (Dogpatch)
When: January 22nd and 23rd (Friday and Saturday) two performances
Time: Festivities start at 8pm and go until they end
Painted Windows presents Ecotones, a curatorial collaboration between painters, filmmakers, writers and musicians revolving around the fleeting, ever-changing notion of home. An all-immersive environment sprung from a collage of individual takes, the exhibition will approach the idea of natural habitat through sculpture, painting, interactive installations, live music, language, diverse performances, and unique beverages. From Christy Chan’s films of insurgent wild life reclaiming Marin’s defunct military bases to Sonya Genel’s multi-layered paintings to a bathroom full of stuffed animals to a “shitty house,” Ecotones will present a latticework of fantastical wilderness and urban mythology.
-Experience an interactive ritual
-Sip some yerba mate cocktails
-Watch two films simultaneously
-Hear a concert by NewVillager who will debut songs from their upcoming self-titled album.
-Listen to the absurd language of an “absurd MC”
-Read a wall
-Draw on a wall