Pioneer Works kicks its 2015 open house monthly festivities on Sundays February 8. Here’s the menu…
ARTIST INTERVIEWS 5-7:30PM
Clocktower sits down with Pioneer Works residents, Brooklyn neighbors, and artist friends to kick off the evening’s festivities plus special appearance by Michael Caputo of Know Wave radio. Click here to LISTEN to artist interviews and more starting at 5PM!
OPEN HOUSE 6-10PM
Exhibition on view: Tongue Stones, a group show featuring David Horvitz, Soda_Jerk, Joachim Koester, Elise Rasmussen, & Julia Weist curated by Clara Halpern.
Third floor installation on view: The Proof: Third Laboratory from Pioneer Works resident David Colosi. The Proof is the third iteration of recurring sculptural theater, a satirical parody play on the use of theoretical mathematics to prove or disprove the existence of God. The work features the equations of project collaborator Jensen Gilles, transcribed and documented by Colosi on chalkboards, and Colosi’s Syntactic Objects.
The Proof, The Artist and the Mathematician:
A Commentary On David Colosi’s Reconstructions Of The Laboratories of Jensen Gillers. (Link to download)
For more information on David Colosi, please visit our Residency page and www.davidcolosi.com
Open studios and artists in residence projects on view: Clocktower, Nanotronics, Hyon Gyon, Robyn Hasty, David Horvitz, Christopher Kardambikis, Henrique Oliveira, and Ian Trask.
All performances and interviews captured during the Second Sundays events, are streamed and archived for on demand listening on the Clocktower’s Pioneer Works Radio Channel.
LIVE MUSIC 7:30-10PM
Streamed live for the duration of the event on Clocktower Radio at clocktower.org/listen!
TONGUES IN TREES 7:30PM
Drawing from North Indian classical and folk music, Tongues in Trees is vocalist Samita Sinha, drummer SunnyJain (Red Baraat), and guitarist Grey McMurray (itsnotyouitsme). The trio blurs the line between East and West, traditional and experimental, acoustic and electronic. Long time collaborators Sinha and Jain bring their distinctive musical voices as Indian-Americans alongside McMurray’s avant new music textures. File as: Sonic Youth meets Bjork meets Sufi trance
M.A.K.U SOUNDSYSTEM 9PM
Comprised of 8 members, hailing mostly from Colombia, M.A.K.U. SoundSystem makes big music that begins in traditional Afro-Colombian rhythms and ends somewhere in the punk-jazz stratosphere, with hints of Colombian folklore, Psychedelic Rock and Caribbean grooves. Clarinet, trombone, sax, guitarra, and Latin percussion supplement an overdriven rock core, creating a sound familiar enough to be danceable but always surprising.
SECOND SUNDAYS is a monthly series of open studios, live music, and site-specific interventions presented by Pioneer Works the second Sunday of every month. The series showcases artists in residence along with musical performances and DJs, curated by Olivier Conan.