Time: January 14, 2013 from 8pm to 11pm
Location: Brooklyn Fireproof
Street: 119 Ingraham St (at Porter Ave)
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Event Type: sound performance, video performance, music performance, brooklyn fire proof
Latest Activity: Jan 10, 2013
Childhood, sex and death become collaged in images and videos compiled in Christy Singleton’s “All the Joy, Desire and Rage II.” The project began as an installation in her apartment and merged Singleton’s interests in electronic music with her video. Distilled instinct and emotion flow through Singleton’s collages and videos. In one sequence, the artist’s portraits at different ages are congealed into one image. She creates a liquefied version of herself- time dissolves certainty into an uncontrolled subconscious version of self. In another video sequence, Singleton examines desire through the sterile lense of a plastic surgeon’s before and after images of headless breast enlargement patients. This performance was organized by Jon Newman. 9PM PETER LOBO: SELECTIONS FROM “FLOWING WATER” AND NEW SONGS Accomplished composer and musician Peter Lobo accompanies Singleton’s music on guitar, with ambient chords woven into Singleton’s vocals and electronic compositions. Lobo will also be playing some of his songs from his recently released solo album, “Flowing Water,” and new songs for a forthcoming album, after the video performance.