At the center of a wind tunnel, we find ourselves stuck between perspectives. Is the world moving at a million miles around us, or are we the ones who are flying? This week, join hands with Hairy Painter and Ivy Meadows as they plunge into the unknown, fortified by Prince Rama of Ayodhya‘s ancient primordial howls, growling synthesizer moans and consciousness-melting pulsations, which swirl like electrified streams of sonic debris in the positively charged atmosphere… “Give yourself. Lose yourself.“
[HAIRY PAINTER + IVY MEADOWS DJ SET] keiji haino – look, darkness and light both begin to copy clara rockmore – the swan conrad schnitzler – electric garden s.d. batish – raga tilang alaap far east family band – live in l.a. 1978 seltaeb – nug mraw a si ssenippah alejandro jodorowsky – tarot will teach you/burn your money arthur russell – the name of the next song robert johnson (on speed? <—–http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Johnson_musician Playback_issues_in_extant_recordings) – – hold my body down rusty santos – feel radio signals (botanical mix) pocahaunted – time fist julian lynch – topi garden 2 mawan te dhiyan – surinder kaur & parkash kaur sun ra – celestial road albert ayler – the wizard sonny sharock – black woman nagane aki – the wind that flows through the trees paul metzger – the uses of infinity (side a)
Come to the opening of Boom! A silk-screened poster show at Family featuring:
Patrick Walsh III
Anna Lowe Gustavi
Family is proud to present Boom, an exhibition of two color silkscreen prints by artists from Europe and the US. The prints are deftly hand silkscreened, the two-color limit lending to experiments with multi-colored pulls, varnishes, and neons. Produced at the Lower East Side Printshop in the tradition of Barbara Kruger and Kara Walker.
The opening will include the debut performance of Vibes (members of Pocahaunted and Robedoor).
You may know Holly Stevenson from her book of drawings, Mexican Love Story, published by Nieves.