Archive for July, 2010

dyemark, big city orchestra, dprojx

add to: who’ll be performative projecting on august 6 at the ebexpress partay. If you’re interested in joining the fray, find us.

grim, huron, hanes, banshees and gomula-kruzics plus art@theoakbook

as in: who’ll be performative projecting on august 6 at the ebexpress partay. If you’re interested in joining the fray, find us.

Talked with Theo Konrad Auer while setting up for the oakuff salon: art@theoakbook has a gallery directly opposite the old barnes and noble in jack london square where oakuff throws down, and I saw this michel gondry animation spring out of the top of one venue and embrace the other. Apologies to anyone who tried to talk to me at that moment, perhaps I looked kinda far way. Then Theo walked up. Then Terry Furry, instigator.

We’re studying the map to see how to draw a line of light from the live art component of the party to the art@oakbook gallery, which will be opening that night with a new show of Daniel Healey, epic. Theo agreed to curate a crush of imagery for us to project, don’t miss.

we’re what? where?

Rather last-minutely, and just to keep the peoples filled with delight, illCorr is rustling up some public art, film and live music at some interstitial spot during the East Bay Express’  annual party. We do this not because we’ve abandoned site-specific work (we haven’t, patience, thanks), but because we read our names in the East Bay Express ad and thought, o!

How hard would that be?

August 6. Dark o’clock. Jack London Square.
If you’re not subscribed to the illCorr announcement list, please jump on. I imagine we’ll have to establish a twitter account to let you know our location at the very last minute, and the notion is making us lie down for a little bit. In the meantime, hashtag #illcorr for the conversation about how this throws down.

Big love to Terry Furry, who continues to cultivate a strong connection to Oakland arts in the work of the Express.

That photo is by Gilbert Guerrero.

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