Wed 2/5
DEGENERATE VIDEO ART LOUNGE

DEGENERATE VIDEO ART LOUNGE

WED. 2/5 @7:30

Sick and twisted videos by (the late great) Mike Kelley: Blind Country, Paul McCarthy: Pinocchio Pipenose Household Dilemna and Ryan Trecartin: Temp Stop.  Tonight’s visceral shock-schlock exists in an alternate landscape beyond the “normal” and “desirable”. The videos are queasily captivating, unlocking our cravings for brilliant social commentary rooted in celebratory corruption and gorgeous perversion. $1 Yoohoo and pork rinds.1mikekelley1trecartin

Sunday 1/5
LVNDR MRRRR experimental house music from Portland!
+ TIMO SWEET!

Exploded View blasts into the New Year with a visit from Portland’s Lavender Mirror (experimental near-future Enya pop sweethearts sharing Unity Consciousness jams from Portland)! Bringing their infectious groves to an out Party! LVNDR MRRR makes healing club & mythical disco with elements of lost landscapes.
emily: driftwood drums, vocals, various percussion, occasional rainstick, Roland SPDS.
kerby: microkorg, vocals, various synths+effects.

Lavender+Mirror+LVNDRMRRin+the+grass

 

Opening will be Timo Sweet (aka Dr. Decent), Sonora in Stereo pt1, DJ set w/ some original electronic works in progress, inspired by the New York artist’s recent arrival in these sublime surroundings.

Glitch In Green by Dr. Decent on Mixcloud

Sat 12/21
Berlin composer
BILL DIETZ’S “Tutorial Pieces”

 

EV SOUND SALON SERIES <)))

(artist in person)
Over the past 10 years, Berlin based composer Bill Dietz’s work has explored the everyday use and performance of listening. For Exploding View, he will present a new text-based work modulating the relationship between audience and space at the threshold of audibility. At once an acoustic survey of the gallery and its surroundings, the work is also an experiment in audible intimacy.

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Wed 12/18
ANIMATION EXPLOSION!!
(note day & date change)

ANIMATION EXPLOSION!
Wed 12/18 @ 7:30 (NOTE DAY & DATE CHANGE)
New, rare and visionary experimental animated works from near and far.  Featuring the Tucson premiere of EV gallery artist-in-residence, Noah Saterstrom & Kate Bernheimer’s Wastrels, Helen Hill’s Madame Winger Makes a Film, films by Robert Breer, Martha Colburn, Len Lye, Chuck Jones and painter Wayne Thiebaud’s super rare How to Make a Movie Without a Camera !!

Martha-Colburn

Wed 12/11
AUDIO AS EXPERIENCE & CONVERSATION

AUDIO AS EXPERIENCE><CONVERSATION
EV SOUND SALON SERIES

Wed 12/11 @ 7:30

Artists in person
New works by two Tucson sound artists Glenn Weyant & Aengus Anderson. Audio documentarist  of the sonorous Sonora, Glenn Weyant brings his live performance Klangkunst Schmagkunst : Reconceptualizing Broadband Noise And Restricted Acoustic Horizons Vis-A-Vis Amorphous Sonorous Desert City Extended Soundscapes And Listener Reception Encounters. As an ongoing practice, Aengus Anderson has been recording long conversations   about philosophy and the   future with some of America’s most innovative thinkers such as Rebecca Solnit, Charles Bowden, and John Zerzan. Tonight we will listen to highlights from his interviews and engage their ideas in our own conversation.

sound

Sat 11/7
Noah Saterstrom’s Babboo’s Moving Pictures

Babboo’s Moving Pictures: (Artist In Residence) Noah Saterstrom

(INSTALLATION OPENING) FREE!!
December 7 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

“Babboo’s Moving Pictures” is a series of animated paintings made for Exploded View by Noah Saterstrom.  While the paintings are static, each is embedded with a sequence of painted motions that were captured and will be projected as a short animation.   Also on view will be works on paper extracted from the website “Noah’s Work-a-Day Page” (www.noahsaterstrom.com/workaday) where he has been posting a new painting or drawing nearly every day for the last three years.

Wed 12/4
STYLE WARS

[NYC UNDERGROUND part 4]

(*Carl’s Cine Club)
Tony Silver + Henry Chalfant’s 1983 documentary on graffiti and bboy culture, Style Wars features many of New York’s most legendary graffiti artists, as well as footage of early hip hop and breakdancing. Music by Grandmaster Flash, Treacherous Three, Trouble Funk and more.

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