Static, glitches, signals lost and reconstituted. This one is for the heads—gorgeous, scary moments of rapturous rupture for bathing brains and adventurous eyes.
Alejandro T. Acierto performs embodied glitch—a powerful, visceral consideration of the multiracial body in normative society. Experimental Half Hour livestreams a telecast from Los Angeles. Philippe Blanchard and Peter Rahul rush us into the first-person. Jennifer Juniper Stratford gets corporeally hypnagogic. Vaudeosignal’s celestial noise brings a blizzard to spring. Caitlin Denny and Nicole Ginelli dig deeper into the ambience while Tyrone Davies and Eric Watts reveal the rest of the smash-your-TV story. Finally, Josh Rios, Brandon Alvendia and Anthony Romero break apart the talk show and build it back anew.
Josh Rios, Brandon Alvendia and Anthony Romero — Talk Show
Tyrone Davies — Cathode Loop 1
Jennifer Juniper Stratford — Radioactive Dreams
Philippe Blanchard and Peter Rahul — Chroma Crypt
Vaudeo Signal — SNObound
Alejandro T. Acierto — Cavities 5 (Performance)
Caitlin Denny and Nicole Ginelli — Ambient Exploitation : IV : Holes
Eric Watts — LCD
Vaudeo Motion — Performance
Experimental Half Hour — Live Telecast from Los Angeles
Links Hall is proud to present Live to Tape Artist Television Festival, a week-long celebration of artist television performances and screenings curated by Jesse Malmed. From May 18th to 24th, the festival will showcase video and performance works by more than sixty artists—spanning four decades—that take television as object, as concept, as antagonist, as material, as form, as inspiration. Some of the most exciting artists working on the edges of broadcast, video art, comedy and performance are brought together for a week of wild and wonky televisionary delights, offering a glimpse into the futures and pasts of artist television.
Festival pass here: http://linkshall.ticketfly.com/event/798397-live-tape-festival-pass-chicago/