Coming to the ISSUE Project Room

Source: ISSUE Project Room.

KEIJI HAINO, JIM O’ROURKE & OREN AMBARCHI (REMOTE RECORDING) / TAMIO SHIRAISHI & JULIA SANTOLI + AUSTIN SLEY JULIAN / DAVID WATSON & IKUE MORI / MANĀT
Thu 09 Sep, 2021, 7pm, First Unitarian Congregational Society
ISSUE is thrilled to open its 2021 Fall season and welcome audiences for the first in-person program after nearly eighteen months. Returning to the First Unitarian Congregational Society in Brooklyn Heights, ISSUE presents an expansive gathering of alumni from cross the organization’s history.

KEIJI HAINO, JIM O’ROURKE & OREN AMBARCHI
Thu 16 Sep, 2021, 8pm, Streaming on this webpage and Vimeo
ISSUE is pleased to stream a new piece by the legendary trio of Keiji Haino, Jim O’Rourke & Oren Ambarchi. This online presentation is a streamed iteration of an in-person installation of the recording, taking place at ISSUE’s 2021 Fall Opening concert on September 9th, 2021.

HARRIET TUBMAN (BRANDON ROSS, MELVIN GIBBS, JT LEWIS) / JJJJJEROME ELLIS & HOLLAND ANDREWS
Sat 18 Sep, 2021, 6pm, Weeksville Heritage Center
ISSUE & Weeksville Heritage Center are pleased to present acclaimed musical collective Harriet Tubman, formed by Brandon Ross, Melvin Gibbs & JT Lewis at Weeksville’s historic site in Crown Heights, BK. The performance also features a first time collaboration between JJJJJerome Ellis & Holland Andrews.

NOMADIC SIGNALS: MIRAGES / FRKTL & TARKAMT
Wed 22 Sep, 2021, 8pm, Streaming on this webpage and Vimeo
Leyya Tawil (ISSUE Project Room’s 2020 Suzanne Fiol Curatorial Fellow) presents “Mirages/ FRKTL & Tarkamt,” her fourth program in the NOMADIC SIGNALS series. Mirages is a program of sonic and visual illusory spaces composed and performed by FRKTL, British-Egyptian artist Sarah Badr, and Tarkamt.

ANNE WALDMAN WITH DEVIN BRAHJA WALDMAN & WILLIAM PARKER / CAROLINE PARTAMIAN
Thu 30 Sep, 2021, 8pm, First Unitarian Congregational Society
ISSUE is pleased to present acclaimed poet Anne Waldman joined by bassist William Parker and saxophonist Devin Brahja Waldman as part of the 2021 Brooklyn Book Festival. The program also features sound and visual artist Caroline Partamian.