Weekly WOAH | Nov 13-19

// Thursday, Nov 13 Anonymous

// Friday, Nov 14

// Saturday, Nov 15 

// Sunday, Nov 16 

throwback Margaret Lee, Eggplant (Hello)

// Monday, Nov 17 unnamed

  • ∆ PRISM PIPE ∆ live visual music: Refractor, at pehrspace, Echo Park.
    11th ed. of the monthly series, curated by The Current Sea x Screaming Claws. Looping GIFs x videos uncover the theme ‘spectrum,’ with visuals by Brad Conlin, Michael Nowaczyk, Samantha Monarch, Sarah Zucker, William Edward Krauland, Matthew Dombrowski, Tyson Parks, Shannon Novak, Jessica Langley, Ann Marie Miller, Aaron Bowles, & The Current Sea.  Film live score by posdn_, greyghost & Joe Newlin.
    8-11:00pm

// Tuesday, Nov 18

// Wednesday, Nov 19 

Jack Smith’s Exotic Landlordism

Jack Smith’s Exotic Landlordism

// last-looks 

Fitch x Trecartin at Regen

Fitch x Trecartin at Regen

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Weekly WOAH | Nov 6-12

// Thursday, Nov 6 

EUREKA & the BIOMASS, at 5 Car Garage

EUREKA & the BIOMASS | at 5 Car Garage

  • EUREKA & the BIOMASS, at 5 Car Garage, Santa Monica.
    A ‘Beauty & the Beast’ set in 2100, Megan Daalder’s sci-fi musical follows a human’s love affair with a synthetic organism: ‘the biomass,’ a spectacular behemoth, humanoid puppet.  Performances are sold-out, but meet the biomass today 1-4pm & by appt.  RSVP for location map x info.
    thru Nov 10

// Friday, Nov 7

Fedrik Nilsen on Mike Kelley | at Downtown Photoroom

Fedrik Nilsen’s Mike Kelley doc | at Downtown Photoroom

// Saturday, Nov 8 

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Taking The Waters with HDTS

// Sunday, Nov 9 

Seven Reeds

Seven Reeds | at Overduin & Co.

// Wednesday, Nov 12

// last-looks 

Composite Arcade at Château Shatto

Composite Arcade | at Château Shatto

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Weekly WOAH | Oct 23-29

// Thursday, Oct 23 

Gone From My Sight Kate Parsons at .CALM

// Friday, Oct 24 

Eugenia Barbuc

throwback Eugenia Barbuc: Spacestation installation | Code X 2 at ESXLA

// Saturday, Oct 25 

David Lloyd

David Lloyd | at Klowden Mann

// Sunday, Oct 26 

// Monday, Oct 27 

Prism Pipe

Prism Pipe | at pehrspace

// Tuesday, Oct 28 

// Wednesday, Oct 29 

// last-looks 

Tobias Madison | at Freedman Fitzpatrick

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Expanding Cities via New Media

10.3 performance at Sediment Arts | image: Nicki L BA

10.3 performance at Sediment Arts | image: Nicki L BA

A temporary series triangulating multiple cities simultaneously, Expanded Cities hosted telematic events at Sediment Arts in Richmond, Virginia, Mexicali Rose in Mexico, and Curio Studio in Venice, California.

10.4 Suzy Poling x Ian Miyawki at Curio Studio | image: Aaron Farley

10.4 Suzy Poling x Ian Miyawki at Curio Studio | image: Aaron Farley

Commencing for the week on Friday 10.3, Expanded Cities featured a roster of visual and sound artists spanning geographies through a showcase of new media projects.  The LA incantation included performances from local luminaries Devin Sarno, Suzy Poling, and Elle Mehrmand.

10.10 performance at Mexicali Rose | image: Aaron Farley

10.10 performance at Mexicali Rose | image: Aaron Farley

For the closing program on Friday 10.10, visual residues from Virginia-based musician Karacell’s performance were live broadcast from Sediment Arts at 10:30pm EST, syndicated with Randy Randall’s performance at Mexicali Rose, while multidisciplinary artist Elle Mehrmand performed within the saturated lights of Curio’s Venice storefront at 7:30pm PST.

10.10 Elle Mehrmand at Curio Studio | image: Elle Mehrmand

10.10 Elle Mehrmand at Curio Studio | image: Elle Mehrmand

A collaboration between London-based video, performance and light installation artist, Ela Boyd, and LA-based abstract light photographer Aaron Farley, Expanded Cities is an ephemeral light x space x time installation excavating new landscapes through explorations in new media.

>Expanded Cities website

>more photos via WOAH’s Tumblr

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