Noise! 2010

Jun 26, 2010: 12am- 11:59 pm
Ontological Theater

St. Mark's Church | Manhattan, NY
http://www.ontological.com

Noise! 2010 is a one-day, marathon event, featuring a staggering array of artists and works including performance, sound, moving image, language, and culinary craft.

Tune in here to listen to Noise! live from Ontological Theater in Manhattan.

Tickets are cash-only at the door.
Full event = $30 (includes dinner, drinks, etc.)
Partial event = $10 - $15 sliding scale, (excludes dinner).

This year, curators Caspar Stracke, Danny Snelson, and Tianna Kennedy contribute an exciting and expansive approach to the event’s theme—mapping signal innovation, distortion, and destruction from the historical avant-garde to contemporary media art practitioners.

Noise! 2010 will mark the conclusion of free103point9's organizational residence at the Ontological; join us on Saturday, June 26 to celebrate what has been an extraordinary partnership since 2006. Noise! 2010 is presented in association with the Ontological-Hysteric Incubator.

Artists
(in order of appearance)

[In the Black Box Theater]

Film/Video Works by:
Paul Sharits
Rose Lowder
Bruce McClure
Kevin Medal

Live Performances by:
Ric Royer and G. Lucas Crane
Jeremy JF Thompson and Mashinka Firunts
Bonnie Jones
Jena Osman
AMJ Crawford
Nectar Bats - Chris Balint and John Bowman
DUBKNOWDUB - STO and Eli Lehrhoff
Falopian Groove
Kamran Sadeghi
Zach Layton
David Linton
Judd Morrissey & Mark Jeffery
C. Spencer Yeh
cris cheek
Patience Dalessi
Ed Bear
Sebastián Patané Masuelli
Eddie Hopely
Gregory Laynor
Diana Hamilton
J. Gordon Faylor
Steve Zultanski

[Downstairs in the Parish Hall]

Performances by:
Ian Page with Lucy Segar and Ethan Cowan

Dinner with/by:
Andes Sprouts Society
Able Brown & Casey Farnum
Forrest Gillespie
Dylan Gauthier
Nsumi Collective
Brooklyn Grange (Ben Flanner and Rob Lateiner)

Works on Paper by:
Matt Volla

Special thanks to: Penny Duff (Event Coordinator), Ryan Marino (Projectionist), Lea Betucci (Videographer), Straight Out of the Ground Farm, Brooklyn Grange, and Lucky Dog (Vegetables), and Shannon Sindelar and Brendan Regimbal (Ontological). Noise! 2010 is made possible, in part, with public funds through the Electronic Media and Film Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency; and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.