BYOB – LA III

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WOAH, mobile broadcast studio Experimental Half-Hour, and Curate LA‘s Shelley Holcomb, team up with multidisciplinary artist complex Werkärtz to present the latest edition of BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) Los Angeles: BYOB-LA III.

A worldwide series of one-night-exhibitions curated around the world, BYOB is an idea conceived by artist Rafaël Rozendaal, with the first iteration initiated by Anne de Vries and Rozendaal popping-up in Berlin, 2010.

Lighting-up with projections from over 20 innovative video artists and animators, BYOB-LA III showcases mind bending visuals alongside sound frequency purveyors with live music performances throughout the night.  An audio-and-visual celebration, join us Thursday, September 25th, 2014 from 8pm-12am at Werkärtz in downtown LA’s Arts District.

Bringing yourself to BYOB?! Please remember RSVP is required.  How do you RSVP?  Send an email shelley@werkartz.com

BYOB – LA III is proud to feature:

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-special thanks to-

Pabst x Lagunitas for making this about artists bringing their own beamers and not beer!

 

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Weekly WOAH | Sep 4-10

// Thursday, Sep 4 

Julie Orser

img: Julie Orser’s Blood Work | see Afterglow Summer Video Series

// Friday, Sep 5 

Bathymetry | at Del Vaz Projects

// Saturday, Sep 6 

Doug Aitken

Doug Aitken | at Regen Projects

  • KChung TV by KChung Radio at Made In LA, at the Hammer Museum, Westwood.
    In this episode Julie & Swan Moon of Divided Daughters go to JPEG CITY… Sun Kin Collective members perform… burlesque sensation Gregory Barnett leads an aerobics class… and a guide through Earth Art TV with Gabie Strong. Produced by Kchung’s crew & volunteers, Brandt Wrightsman, & Experimental Half Hour.
    12-5pm
  • Doug Aitken: Still Life, at Regen Projects, Hollywood.
    New work by the LA artist, incl. an installation of sculptural objects within a labyrinthine space designed to illicit an experience of unexpected encounters.
    Opening reception 6-8pm

    Fan Ray

    Fay Ray | at Samuel Freeman

  • Fay Ray: Part Object, at Samuel Freeman, Culver City.
    Solo exhibition of sculpture, painting, photographs, and photomontage that spills onto the gallery’s exterior.
    6-9pm
  • VIDEOTAG, at Thinhstudio, Hawthorne.
    The entire complex’s facade will be “tagged” with video projections for the space’s inauguration.  Works by Michele Beck, Tom Blanchard, Jorge Calvo, McLean Fahnestock, Mathiew Greenfield, Zoe Gruni, Jenny Herrick, Michael Powell, David Prince, Cindy Rehm, Enid Baxter Ryce, Yoshie Sakai, Christine Wang, and Kim Ye.  Curated by Thinh Nguyen.
    6-10pm

    Owen Land | at Human Resources

  • The 16mm films of Owen Land, at Human Resources, Chinatown.
    Chronological screening over two days of the unique ’60s/’70s American filmmaker, with work by LA artists Deirdre O’Dwyer, Pat O’Neill, and Margo Victor.
    8pm
  • Ghosting Volume 12, at Ghosting HQ, DTLA.
    Screenings from Kim Laughton, The Moth Collective, Nic Wilson (with live score by Andrew Felix), Mr. Wong Ping; games by LA Game Space; food by Brun’s Creole Soul Food Kitchen.
    8pm
    BYOB

// Sunday, Sep 7  

ENTER>text: in the Air

ENTER>text: in the Air | in Mount Washington

// Monday, Sep 8

// Tuesday, Sep 9 

// Wednesday, Sep 10  

FFF-2

FFF-2 | at South of Sunset

// last-looks  

Samara Golden

Samara Golden Thank You | at Made In LA

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Weekly WOAH | July 31-Aug 6

Poltergeist at South of Sunset.

// Thursday, July 31

// Friday, Aug 1 

// Saturday, Aug 2

Dennis DeHart at SPOT Photo Works.

// Sunday, Aug 3 

Experimental Half-Hour’s 1-Hr at Made In LA.

// Monday, Aug 4 

image: throwback Jil Stein at homela | new performance at TOP40

image: throwback Jil Stein at homeLA | new performance at TOP40.

// Wednesday, Aug 6

// last-looks 

Openness and Clarity at Honor Fraser.

Openness and Clarity at Honor Fraser.

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Weekly WOAH | July 24-30

Tricia Lawless Murray Queen of Hearts at Cohen Gallery.

// Thursday, July 24

Marshtepper at Complex. Image: Jane Pain

Marshtepper at Complex.
Image: Jane Pain

// Friday, July 25

// Saturday, July 26

Ideal Territory at Cirrus Gallery.

  • KChung TV with Experimental Half-Hour at Made In LA, at the Hammer, Westwood.
    Produced through EHH, KChung Radio launches KChung TV before live audiences with episodes playing on-site during museum hours, and archived online at kchung.tv.  This week’s episode welcomes: CRYSTALLINE MORPHOLOGIES – Gabie Strong, POWER MALLET – Luke Fischbeck, and OUT OF THIS WORLD – Adam Taylor.
    12-5pm
  • Native Strategies: Issue #5 Music Issues, at LACE, Hollywood.
    Native Strategies: N (enter) S at LACE is a Native Strategies issue come to life within three-dimensional space. Throughout their residency, Native Strategies invites over 30 artists to perform in the LACE galleries and enact the process of producing a journal.
    1-2pm – Odeya Nini & Oscar Miguel Santos Boscar Bantos Sister Mantos)
    2-3pm – Dorian Wood & Claire Cronin.
  • Ideal Territory, at Cirrus Gallery, DTLA.
    Group show of works obliquely considering ‘territory’ itself—as domain, history, narrative, and site of comparison.  Curated by Elan Greenwald.
    Opening reception: 6-8pm
    Through Aug 16
  • The Cartographer, at Charlie James Gallery, Chinatown.
    Group show extending abstracted ideas of mapping. Works by Charles Gaines, Steve Roden, Joshua Segura, Alise Spinella, Clarissa Tossin, Cody Trepte, and Samira Yamin.  Curated by Alise Spinella.
    Opening reception: 7pm
    Through Aug 30
  • Instagram Mini-Marathon with Hans Ulrich Obrist, at Million Dollar Theater, DTLA.
    Panel with artists and insta-purveyors on how the virtual space pace provides for extending ideas and practices.  Moderated by Hans Ulrich Obrist.  Feat guests: boychild, Simon Castets, Meg Cranston, Michel Gaubert, Alex Israel, Niko Karamyan, Rachel Lor, John Ennis, Kevin McGarry, Ryder Ripps, & Frances Stark.
    7:30pm
  • Mike Kelley Closing Party, at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, DTLA.
    MOCA and the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts celebrate the closing of the exhibition.  Feat. live DJ sets by Psychopop, Friendzone, FUXUS, Dangel xxx, Jason Yates, and mr.imd with food trucks, cash bar & more!  Co-hosted by Opening Ceremony.
    6-10pm

    Adam Ferriss, Crystal Display, at Ghostings 1-Year.

    Adam Ferriss, Crystal Display (excerpt),  at Ghosting’s 1-Year.

  • Ghosting 1 Year Anniversary!, at Ghosting.tv HQ, DTLA.
    Videos:Andrew Benson, Ian Cheng, Jen Stark, Johnny Woods, Adam Ferriss, & many more; Music: Chrome Canyon, Telecaves, KrOn; Games: LA Game Space; 16mm films: Lost & Found Film Club; Food: Brun’s Creole Soul Kitchen
    8pm-2am
Patrick Nagel.

Patrick Nagel at 2A.

// Sunday, July 27

Mike Kelley, GET THERE!

Mike Kelley, GET THERE!

// Monday, July 28

// Tuesday, July 29

David Hendren at 5  Car Garage.

David Hendren at 5 Car Garage.

// Wednesday, July 30

// last-looks 

Experimental Half-Hour

EHH

all images courtesy Experimental Half-Hour

WOAH WAVE: a new genre of Getting Your Sh*t Together!  Hosted by Kara Tomé, founder of ArtSite Projects, GYST Radio broadcasts conversations with DIY artists, independent curators and arts organizations.  A new addition to GYST, the WOAH Show highlights artists working with sound and moving images.  A virtual space surveying technological innovation in the arts through conversations with purveyors of electronic arts and new media, the WOAH Show had it’s first half-hour on-air with the duo behind Experimental Half-Hour (EHH).

h e a r >Experimental Half-Hour | WOAH Show on GYST Radio < h e r e

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vlcsnap-2012-07-24-20h02m10s10Broadcasting experimental music and performance art, Experimental Half-Hour is a show co-founded by Eva Aguila and Brock Fansler.  Developed as a cable access program for experimental media and it’s makers, EHH is a platform connecting and servicing a diverse network of local and international cross-disciplinary artists.  Showcasing an eclectic and extensive roster of musicians, performance artists, dancers, and comedians through televised episodes (seriously though… look at this list), EHH is in many ways a real-time archive documenting the elasticity of contemporary performing arts, audio and video culture.  Broadcasting bi-weekly half-hour episodes on multiple cable access programs in Portland since 2010, EHH has reached the airwaves of NYC, St. Paul, and beyond— collaborating and exchanging content with nomadic new media organizations like NYC’s ESP TV and LA monthly animator and video artist hang-out, Ghosting.

Officially relocating to Los Angeles in late 2013, EHH is in the process of resurrecting a fully-equipped film studio attune to their former home at Portland Community Media—where a green screen, multi-camera setup, and mix of analog and digital technologies synthesize to create a new space for accessing and cultivating experimental work.  To continue this unique DIY language and growing archive, EHH’s fundraiser benefits the equipment needed for setting-up their new digs.  All proceeds directly assist in writing EHH’s LA chapter, where shows will be custom produced, logged, live broadcast, and freely available for HD streaming from floating locations. Committed to shaping and sharing the cultivation of new work through this open platform, you can support Experimental Half-Hour Live in Hollywood by pledging a donation here (through 11:59pm Friday 3.28).

Popping-up with interactive video installations and mobile set-ups throughout the city as part of their month-long campaign, come commune at EHH’s closing appearance: Rebuilding the Temple, an evening of live video synthesis, performance, and video at Human Resources.  As EHH’s first live-taped show in the media capital of the world, Rebuilding the Temple promises to be a multimedia experience as conceptually and visually dynamic as the virtuosos mapped through the couple’s ongoing creative collaboration.

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Rebuilding The Temple | 8pm Thursday 3.27 at Human Resources

Experimental Half-Hour’s one-night takeover of HRLA complete with performances from Afterhours, Geneva Jacuzzi, Diva, and GX Jupitter-Larsen; video screenings by Jennifer Juniper Stratford, Taryn Tomasello, Cristopher Cichocki, Pod Blotz (Suzy Poling), Sarah Rara, Johnny Woods, Peter Larsson, Dungeon Majesty, E.S.P. TV, Vitamin Wig C, and Derek Larson; with the installation Esoterica by Sylvie Spencer in upstairs gallery.

www.experimentalhalfhour.com