Today is the last day to see Echo Park Film Center's show @epfcfilmmobile. Gallery open at 2pm. The show will be on view until 8 pm only, then it gets stitched off for a reception with Sharmaine Starks DJing @sharstar_site.n.sound and an Ethiopian coffee ceremony with Nesanet Abegaza @nesanet_teshager . Then at 9pm we'll have a live song performed by Jennifer Saparzadeh @bacabaya , a brand new video by Gelare Khoshgozaran, and an expanded cinema performance by Eve LaFountain @songsoffilm and Jonathan Almaraz @elephantplay so please come visit us and see the show ❤📸
Posted at: 2019-04-23 23:55:29
Gallery open today until 7, and again Wednesday and Thursday 2-7 with work from @epfcfilmmobile pictured here, in order, Brenda Contreras, Sandra de la Loza, Alima Lee, Marco Braunschweiler, and Kate Lain.
Posted at: 2019-04-23 06:35:47
The Echo Park Film Center is setting up for a 3 day show from 4/23-4/25 open everyday 2-7pm , with a closing celebration potluck and performances from 7-10pm on Thursday ! .
Pictured are works from Nes Abegaze, Alee Peoples , Dicky Bahto, and Tuni Chatterji along with some bts of install . Come say hi!
Posted at: 2019-04-18 22:57:27
Saturday night The Unwrinkled Ear Concert Series comes to Human Resources to present a special evening of live improvised sound, light and movement:
JEAN-LUC GUIONNET and LOTUS EDDE KHOURI - saxophone and dance (France)
Audrey Chen and Doron Sadja as AFTERBURNER- voice, electronics and light (Berlin)
JEAN-LUC GUIONNET and WILLIAM HUTSON and JEREMY KENNEDY - saxophone and electronics and drums
Doors 8:30/ Music 9:00
Brought with support from Black Editions
French saxophonist JEAN-LUC GUIONNET's work is monumental- with incredible deftness his improvisations shape and shift bold structural masses of sound- expanding them to fill a room or compressing them to the tiniest fragmented breathes; all done with an ease and absolute presence that reveal a true mastery of sound. LOTUS EDDE KHOURI's work in turn explores the connections between time and space and how they inform each other through the practice of dance and choreography, bending from alloy to discord, dialectic to pure process, autonomy to synergy.
Together, they have explored this meeting of sound and movement around the world.
Occupying a unique space within a crowded field of voice and electronics duos, Berlin based AFTERBURNER is the collaborative project of vocalist AUDREY CHEN and audiovisual artist DORON SADJA. Intimate and intense, the group weaves together Chen's idiosyncratic vocal growls and chirps with Sadja's dense synthetic noise, often blurring the line between human and electronic made sound. Paired with an immersive smoke and light show, AFTERBURNER fuses together unlikely elements into a singular monolithic landscape.
Posted at: 2019-04-15 23:53:32
Noise show Wednesday night! LEATHER BATH – a duo of John Wiese and Greh Holger – last ricocheted sound around Human Resources in 2012 with an installation that - among other things - utilized the sounds of bottles dropped from a second story conveyor belt. This week they return with a rare live set that will be the project’s first in L.A. in six years. PLUS the primal electro-acoustics of underground lifer NOISE NOMADS, the tape loop survey and delay of Los Angeles Free Music Society player JOSEPH HAMMER, and a set of harsh and sheer sounds coded in real time by SARAH BRADY!
Flyer by #johnwiese
Show pulled by UPEND @upend.la
Posted at: 2019-04-12 20:15:06
Tonight and tomorrow at 8pm artist Seung Min Lee performance at Human Resources!! Free to public doors at 7 come party with the Supreme Leader! #laabf
Posted at: 2019-04-03 18:02:13
Three-part poems by artists / writers Dylan Mira and Sarah Rara will inhabit opposing sides of a double-sided marquee—the illuminated exterior sign from Public Fiction’s former storefront location in Highland Park (2010—2015)—permanently removed from its original location, now briefly installed inside HRLA’s main gallery. Each day, a new section of text will replace the previous one, stepping through each poem part-by-part. On view continuously from noon on Thursday April 4th until noon on Sunday April 7th, the gallery doors will remain open around-the-clock for the duration of the exhibition.
Day 3 begins with another reading of The Veil Manifesto (everything you always wanted to know about the veil but were too Islamophobic to ask!) by @rkheshti & @es_v_em, screening of “Expired Desires” by @arunairani, followed by screening and reading of Fragmentos de Argel / Fragments from Algiers (work in progress) by @carmen_gual; and potluck! Come through @humanresourcesla this evening for the third and last day of #theinternationalexpandedfield 🧞♀️📽🧞♂️
Posted at: 2019-03-24 22:22:23
Day II has started with a screening of Reinas de Los Angeles! We have a full day program of screenings, presentations, music and dinner! Come join us! 🌹📽🎼🌺
Posted at: 2019-03-23 16:52:49
Tonight we’ll start with •a group discussion, The Affective Temporalities of Waiting at 4, •followed by a screening of La Hora de los Hornos (The Hour of the Furnaces). •Collective dinner at 7 and •Narratives from the Expanded Field (introduction to the participants) at 8
•dessert + chai with •Han Karaoke led by @revolutionordeath!
Posted at: 2019-03-21 23:55:32
Tonight from 6pm – 9pm
OneHouse ArtExperience presents
Betsy Hunt: Drawing Exercises
The exhibition features three short videos – done during a one week, May 2018, residency at the Motion and Media Across Disciplines Lab (MMAD Lab) at the University of Minnesota Duluth, by Duluth-based artist, Betsy Hunt.