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Gig Spam: Lumper/Splitter +35 film/music artists, Oakland, Sat
Lumper/Splitter will be playing two sets as part of this outdoor
film/music benefit for the
21 Grand performance space. Ist set 7:30ish, 2nd set 11:00ish. We will
improvised live loops to films by the Cinepimps (with special guest
drummer Jon Brummit).
Please read below for details. Should be fun.
Saturday, Sep 10 2005
$3 suggested donation
between Jefferson & Clay
21 Grand teams up with the Illuminated Corridor to present an outdoor
media art and
performance event as a benefit for 21 Grand, in celebration of its 5th
This event features works by over 35 artists and groups and serves
as a survey of experimental approaches to time-based media art.
Works range from site-aware video projection, works for time-based media
and dance, to
experimental music accompanying film. It is a highly public presentation
of artists and
work often found within the walls of galleries, clubs, and alternative
Ahl-i Nahfs, Big City Orchestra, Jorge Boehringer, the Cinepimps, Dud,
and Kathleen Quillian, Ilanio, Franz Keller, David Kwan, Heike Liss, Sarah
Gordon Winiemko, Lumper/Splitter, Mike Missiaen, Karla Milosevich, Kristin
Naruta of Double Bull, Oaklandish, Nate Orman and Alex Douglas, Dean
Sorvillo, Isak Immanuel and Sherwood Chen, Sun-X, Michael Trigilio, Matt
Walsh, Youthsounds, selections from the past five years of 21 Grand's T-10
and more to be announced with great fanfare.
About the Corridor
The Illuminated Corridor is a next step in outdoor cinema: a nomadic
installation focusing on the diverse traditions of Bay Area film and live
with unlikely natural and built spaces, The Illuminated Corridor's aim is
to catalyze site-
specific work, showcase diverse collaborations between performative
performing artists, and cover a vast territory of film and music genres.
About 21 Grand
21 Grand is a volunteer-run interdisciplinary arts space hell-bent on
macrocosmic panoply of emerging and experimental artists, focusing on
and innovative works of visual arts and live art (i.e. performative and
media art presented
to a live audience).
21 Grand was founded in June 2000, and held its first show on July 15,
2000 at its
eponymous location (21 Grand Ave.). Since then, 21 Grand has attempted to
consistent platform for experimental arts and fill the void of
presentation in the East Bay. 21 Grand has since played host to some of
ambitious new works that realm has to offer, with programming that has
lauded and emulated.
This event is assisted by the generous support of Metrovation, Bed Bath
and Beyond, Pro
Arts, and The City of Oakland's Cultural Funding Program.
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