Future Tongue is teaming up with Astroetic Studios and Daniel Dorky to create a multifaceted event featuring, installation, art, music and a public discussion of all of the above.
This show will be dynamic and explorative with work ranging from 3D projection mapping to light sculptures to contemporary paintings. There will be an interactive performance involving intricate handmade 'flesh suits', so, I can tell you that this will be a show that you'll want to see in person.
Danielle Dorsey from DanielleDorky.com will be sitting down for a live interview with the painter Johnie Thornton. They will be discussing his practice, methods of creativity, and inspiration. Then to follow there will be live music by LA-based artists, MAST and Tolliver. Danielle will then sit down AGAIN with the musicians for another live interview! We are so excited to open up a dialogue about the string of creativity that runs through these innovators of sound and perception.
A FREE event!
We will be featuring work by:
Joelle Cooperrider - http://www.joelle-cooperrider.com/
Dan Evans- http://danevansneon.com/
Britt Harrison- http://brittharrison.com/
B. Justine Jaime- http://www.bjustinejaime.com/
Teresa Flowers- http://www.teresaflowers.com/
With live performances by
A Philadelphia native now residing in Los Angeles, Tim Conley is a jazz musician, composer, producer and electronic musician. His solo electronic project MAST draws together different sonic elements and channels them out through intense live performances. With a composer's mind and a jazz musician's desire for exploring new improvisational realms, MAST incorporates crushing beats, live guitar and keyboards.
Featuring Gavin Tempelton on saxophone and Nigel Sifantus on drums
"A beautiful falsetto can stop you in your tracks and make the hairs on your body feel like bayonets. It almost sounds unholy, as though someone’s hitting notes that only animals with hyper-sensitive hearing should be able to hear. Wild Beasts, Anthony, and Shamir are three of the most adept at floating effortlessly. It’s probably time to add Tolliver to that category."
-Jeff Weiss, LA Weekly/Passion of the Weiss