Show and Tell is an opportunity for artists to meet and present work to members of the Eyedrum Art Committee. Simply bring your work, some images for us to keep, and a document containing your name, contact info, and a brief description of your work. Tell us about it. We'll listen. We are interested in full exhibition proposals, curatorial proposals, artist potfolios, sketchbooks, whatever you have to show!
If you know that you would like to participate please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a time.
Also On This Day:
art NO REGULAR GALLERY HOURS today
1:00PM - 6:00PM Price: free
special R. Millis/ Sublime Frequencies films + field recs
8:00PM - - - Price: $7
R. Millis (from Climax Golden Twins & Sublime Frequencies) will be here to present a few short films from the S.F. catalog as well as some DJ/ field tape activity.
Sublime Frequencies site (Sun City Girls, CGT field recordings, films, etc) Sublime Frequencies
Atlanta's own Dust-to-Digital site featuring Victrola favorites
Tunes from Victrola favorites
INDIA AT 78rpm
Excerpt from a work in progress,
2009 (16 minutes)
An excerpt from a project about 78rpm records and the intersection of folk and classical musical traditions in India. Mostly filmed in 2008 in the Southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, including processions, street musicians and an interview with an Indian 78 collector. Ideally this will be a feature length documentary and will also focus on the very earliest recordings made in India.
MY FRIEND RAIN
Sublime Frequencies, 2007.
Filmed on various trips through Southeast Asia by Robert Millis and Alan Bishop from 2002 to 2007, My Friend Rain is an impressionistic collage of musical segments and tropical ambiance. Decay and rebirth through the endless Asian monsoon cycle. Locations include: Myanmar (Burma), Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, and Indonesia.
DJ/field recordings - music from Victrola favs, Sublime frequencies comps, & other surprises.
"PHI TA KHON" (Robert Millis) is a ghost festival that takes place every year in the Isan province of Northern Thailand. Colorful masks, MoLam music, magnificent costumes, and phallic icons of all sizes, Phi Ta Khon is a mind-blowing and obscure tradition hidden in the interior of the Indochine peninsula.