Breathing Artifacts Is At Barking Legs July 19

The Dilating Nexus Series Part IV Of V

Monday, July 07, 2014

Breathing Artifacts, part IV of V of the Dilating Nexus Series is at Barking Legs Theater on Saturday, July 19, at 4 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door. 

The event will include video and film screenings, live tapings, installations, projections and live scores by directors, actors, cinematographers, musicians, and editors, featuring narratives and abstractions rich in rhythm, color, humor, gesture, content, and texture, said officials. 

Performers and filmmakers include Chrissy Jones (Carrboro), Carlos Gonzalez (Providence), Chad Eivins (St. Louis), Cube (Oakland), Bernard Herman (NYC), Jonathan Mikkelsen (Amsterdam), LSDV (Boston), Tanz Praxis (Hudson), Michael Barker (Philadelphia), Zack Kouns (OH), JC Loco (Montreal), Mandy and Val TV (Providence), Tom Boram (Baltimore), Maralie Armstrong (Providence), Segaworms (Chattanooga), Rick Weaver (Chattanooga), Asher Love (Chattanooga), Wadsworth Longfellow (Chattanooga) and Jason Lescalleet (Maine), who will present a live performance along with a screening of Trophy Tape (2014, 37 min.) featuring music from his album Songs About Nothing and videos by: Aaron Dilloway (Oberlin), Ellen Frances (NYC), Annie Feldmeier Adams (Chicago), Justin Meyers (Minneapolis), Antony Milton (New Zealand), C. Spencer Yeh (NYC), Olivia Block (Chicago), Adel Souto (NYC), Neil Young Cloaca (Turner Falls), Todd Deal (Worcester), Jubal Brown (Toronto), Heidi Alasuvanto (NYC/Finland) and Robert Beatty (Lexington).

Visit http://shakingray.com/nexus for artist information. 


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