obile broadcast studio WOAH, m and Experimental Half-Hour, Curate LA‘s Shelley Holcomb, team up with multidisciplinary artist complex to present the latest edition of Werkärtz 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,
showcases mind bending visuals alongside sound frequency purveyors with live music performances throughout the night. An audio- BYOB-LA III and-visual celebration, join us Thursday, September 25th, 2014 from 8pm-12am at in downtown LA’s Arts District. Werkärtz
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Thursday, Sep 18
Reclaimed Water | at Art Merge Lab
Multitude Room— Reclaimed Water by Devon Tsuno, at Art Merge Lab, West Hollywood.
Inaugural Multitude Room event, a project devoted to exploratory artist installations. This series feat Tsuno’s wallpaper work based on patterns of streams & currents, alongside risograph prints and paintings.
opening reception 5-8:30pm
Substrait (Underground Dailies), 1976 | Gordon Matta-Clark at TMR
Cities on Screens: Film Works by Gordon Matta-Clark, at The Mistake Room, DTLA.
Second evening screening of Gordon Matta-Clark’s films marking the launch of Moments—a curatorial initiative focused on historical presentations & new commissions of film, sound, digital, literary & body-based projects.
Gems from the Archives, at Echo Park Film Center, Echo Park.
Film collector Russell Harnden hosts the series devoted to obscure, outdated, & orphaned films, screening gems from his personal collection of cartoons & film ephemera.
Cake & Eat It:
Strike Halls | at HRLA
Cake & Eat It: Strike Halls, at Human Resources, Chinatown. Sculpture, text, performance & organizing strategies dominate C&EI’s installation for their HRLA residency— a composite of their ongoing engagement with ‘artistic & anarchist attempts to collectivize commercial, domestic, & public space.’
opening performance x discussion 8pm-12am
Gob Squad: Western Society, at Redcat, DTLA.
Combining performance with impromptu video, the British-German ensemble sublimates the banality of the every day (specifically LA life), into a highly saturated, spectacle-rich multimedia experience.
8:30pm | Sep 17-20
Friday, Sep 19
In Search of Turrell | at JAUS
In Search of Turrell, at JAUS, Santa Monica.
Group exhibition exploring the Dutch seacoast through the eyes of 11 artists, commencing in the dunes of Scheveningen & culminating in Kijkduin at James Turrell’s land artwork Celestial Vault.
opening reception 6:30-9:30pm
Insert Blanc Press General Projects Presents, at 2806 1/2 Lincoln Park Ave, Lincoln Heights.
Reading with Kim Calder, David Hadbawnik, Morani Kornberg-Weiss, Michael Smoler.
More Pics Bro-The Grindr Ballet | at Highways Performance Space
Jos McKain: More Pics Bro-The Grindr Ballet, at Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica.
Ballet conceptualized around GPS applications allowing the ‘hunt’ for sexual transaction. Through images, sounds, & performance, McKain conceives ‘ritual structures to analyze the relationship between abstraction & reality.’ Info | tickets.
8:30pm | Sep 19-20
Saturday, Sep 20
Analog Video Art Workshop, at Echo Park Film Center, Echo Park.
Video art workshop serving historical examples alongside technological experiments & techniques— including feedback, keying & colorization, manipulation of found footage & degradation of images. Space limited, RSVP.
throwback Jennifer Boysen (installation at Night Gallery) | at Cherry + Martin
Jennifer Boysen: Trans-mutes, at Cherry + Martin, Culver City.
New monochromatic paintings & ‘meditative works’ by the multimedia artist.
opening reception 4-6pm
Victory Tischler-Blue: Of Beauty and Ruin, at Spot Photo Works, Hollywood.
Formerly of the 70’s all-female rockers The Runaways, Tischler-Blue premiers new landscape photos that trace the line between life and ruin.
opening reception 6-9pm
Oliver Payne: Chill Out, at 356 S Mission, Boyle Heights.
Oliver Payne’s performance x sounds by the KLF.
doors 6pm | performance 7pm
Young Joon Kwak: . Mother Spill, at Commonwealth and Council
opening reception 8-11pm
throwback Pod Blotz x EHH |at
Experimental Half-Hour presents: Lossless Summit, at dA Center for the Arts, Pomona.
Experimental music showcase recorded for TV broadcast with live video synthesis presented in front of a studio audience. Feat: Pod Blotz (Suzy Poling), Eva Aguila, Leah P., Nephila, Telecaves, VRS, Unica, Banetoriko.
Cool World x Cake & Eat It: Red Party- A Benefit for Copwatch Activist Network, at Human Resources, Chinatown.
Red themed [so, you better show-up in red] all nighter with Bedroom Witch, Lisa McNeely, Jeffzilla, Alex Black, Periodbomb. RSVP
Sunday, Sep 21
10000 Peacock Feathers in Foaming Acid live performance | Art talk: Domnitch x Gelfand
Tuesday, Sep 23
Roya Falahi | at VPAM
// Wednesday, Sep 24
// Thursday, Sep 25 – Be Here.
Drumroll | at MOCA PDC
Steve McQueen: Drumroll, at MOCA Pacific Design Center, West Hollywood.
Works by the British artist & Oscar-winning filmmaker feat. the 1998 video installation Drumroll as it’s centerpiece.
Through Sep 21
The Meme Machine, at Agency Contemporary Art, Hollywood.
Group show feat. Veronique d’Entremont, Luis Gispert, Abdul Mazid, & Rimas K Simaitis Spinella.
Through Sep 27
Trains, at Night Gallery, DTLA.
Works by Marcel Alcala, Annette Kelm, Sarah Conaway, Araki Nobuyoshi, Thea Djordjadze, Jeff Ono, Erik Frydenborg, Melanie Schiff, Piero Golia, Augustus Thompson, Richard Hawkins, and Brenna Youngblood. Curated by Sterling Ruby.
Through Sep 27
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