Second Friday at the Front Room

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Second Friday at the Front Room

Time: January 13, 2012 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Front Room Gallery, Williamsburg
Street: 147 Roebling Street
City/Town: Brooklyn, NY 11211
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Phone: 718-782-2556
Event Type: exhibition, of, sound, and, performance
Latest Activity: Jan 12, 2012

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Join us this Friday, January 13th from 7-10pm for an evening of Sound and Performance featuring:

7pm Tom Swirly
8pm Bradford Reed and Chris Jordan
9pm Rubaiyats Of The Cicadas (ROTC) with Shige Moriyaand Ximena Garnica of LEIMAY

Tom Swirly has been a force for chaos and fun on New York City's underground scene for decades. As a virtuoso on the electronic wind instrument, and as an electronic vocalist, he has played all over the world, including at the Dutch Electronic Arts Festival in Rotterdam, a live broadcast on Sydney's Bondi Radio, a performance at KEK Gallery, Budapest, and other performances in Australia, Asia, Canada and the United States.

Bradford Reed is a Brooklyn based composer, performer and producer who fights and tames the idiosyncrasies of the pencilina, an original instrument of his own design. 

Chris Jordan explores the medium of light, movement, and time through the use of technology. His installations have appeared at the Moma, The New Museum, The Whitney, The Museum of Natural History, The Chelsea Museum, Times Square, numerous galleries and clubs; and the incidental spaces inbetween. The common elements that define Chris’ work include explorations into memory, photography, film, interactivity, and projections. By examining the political and social implications technology has on us through a diversity of media, his work challenges the viewer to redefine perceptions of audience and performer. 

Rubaiyats Of The Cicadas (ROTC) are underground inhabitants emerging to emit frequencies of warmth and to create cadences of fragile ephemeral structure.

Shige Moriya is a Japanese born video and installation artist. He studied architecture at Kinki University in Osaka. Moriya has been active as a curator and producer. In 1996 he co-founded CAVE as a space for the development of experimental and interdisciplinary art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. His solo work has been presented in Japan, Finland, Vietnam, Spain, Germany and the US. 

Ximena Garnica (b. 1981) is a Colombian-born interdisciplinary choreographer, director and artist based in New York. She received a B.A. in theater arts with a minor in multimedia studies from the City College of New York. In 2006 she graduated from Akira Kasai’s Tenshikan Dance Institute in Tokyo. Ximena is active as a curator and producer. She has been awarded with the 2010 Bessie Schonberg Individual Choreographers Residency at the Yard and has been recognized with the prestigious Van Lier Fellowship for young Hispanic directors in New York. Her work has been presented nationally and internationally in Japan, Spain, France, The Netherlands, Mexico and Colombia. She is Co Director of the Brooklyn base art space CAVE and of The New York Butoh Festival. Currently she teaches at P.H.T.S, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Department of Drama.  She is currently on the Junior Advisory Board of Dance NYC. Ximena’s performance explorations have led her to travels in Poland and Denmark. She lives in Brooklyn and leads ongoing training in dance and performance at CAVE.

LEIMAY is a project of the experimental and contemporary art and performance space known as CAVE.

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