CARL STONE, NED ROTHENBERG, AMI YAMASAKI
Fri 02 Mar, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Computer music pioneer Carl Stone, composer/performer Ned Rothenberg, and Tokyo-based vocalist Ami Yamasaki perform in an evening of overlapping improvisations. While Stone & Rothenberg have performed together previously in Japan over their 35 year-long friendship, this is their debut New York performance.
Suzanne Fiol Curatorial Fellowship 2018
QUEER TRASH PRESENTS: BRUTAL MEASURES (LYDIA LUNCH + WEASEL WALTER), KEIJAUN THOMAS, STRAIGHT PANIC
Sat 10 Mar, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
For their first program as 2018 Suzanne Fiol Curatorial Fellow, Queer Trash is delighted to present Brutal Measures (Lydia Lunch + Weasel Walter), Keijaun Thomas, and Straight Panic. Queer Trash cruises in relentless pursuit of bodily disruptions and sonic deviance against avant-normativity.
2018 TILT KIDS FESTIVAL: BILLY MARTIN’S STRIDULATIONS FOR THE GOOD LUCK FEAST
Sunday, March 18, 2018 – 1pm
Entry is $25 for a child with an accompanying adult
Entry for additional participant is $10
March 18th 2018, ISSUE hosts an interactive performance of the rhythmic game and composition Stridulations For The Good Luck Feast with Billy Martin, joined by TILT Brass and fellow musicians as a part of French Institute Alliance Française’s 2018 Tilt Kids Festival. Entry is $25 for a child with an accompanying adult.
PAUL DE JONG / JESSICA PAVONE STRING ENSEMBLE
Sat 24 Mar, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Paul de Jong, cellist and co-founder of celebrated experimental duo the Books, and composer and violist Jessica Pavone’s String Ensemble each present new work — spanning de Jong’s distinctly hybrid and emotionally-driven cello music, to Pavone’s uniquely physical compositions for strings.
WILL RAWLS — CURSOR 1: WORD LISTS
Thu 29 Mar, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
During his 2018 ISSUE residency, choreographer and performer Will Rawls takes the multifarious figure of the cursor as a guideline to investigate his work that encompasses dance, writing, voice and objects. In this first research showing, Rawls focuses on the materiality of his voice as it runs through his writing.
FÉLICIA ATKINSON: THE CANDLE (LA BOUGIE)
Sat 31 Mar, 2018, 8pm, 22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn
Parisian-born artist Félicia Atkinson presents a brand new performance involving an imaginary dialogue between the poems of Francis Ponge (1899-1988) and texts of her own, in French and in English, accompanied by electronics, voice and piano.