The Titanno Beasts vs. Super Defense Force, Tonight at 8:30
The Titanno Beast vs The Super Defense Force is a performance depicting a violent battle between giant robots and monsters amongst a downtown city center and high rise urban housing, created from cardboard and recycled materials. The action takes place in two darkened rooms of the Front Room gallery, which are somewhat illuminated from the flashing and multicolored light of the buildings. Brian Olin plays live music to accompany the actions of the costume performers with sounds that range from ambiant to creepy electronic noise. The style of music creates an overall sense of drama and mystery. Without the music the actions of the monsters and robots might appear more comical or whimsical. In this sense, The Titanno Beast vs The Super Defense Force is a true collaboration of visual art and music.
Art by: Mark Stilwell; Music by: Brian Olin;
Creative Team and Performers:
Francios Duboucheron, Carlos Hernandez, John Mejias,
Chris Paisley and Yoko Stilwell
Tuesday, June 21st
As part of Make Music New York featuring:
6:30 pm: Genux-B
7:30 pm: Parenthesis with KenYa Kawaguchi
9pm The Titanno Beasts vs. Super Defense Force
(Art by: Mark Stilwell, Music by: Brian Olin, Creative Team and Performers: Francios Duboucheron, Carlos Hernandez, John Mejias,
Chris Paisley and Yoko Stilwell)
Join us Friday night until 9pm, we will be open late with Fuse Works: "Alarums and Excursions." Check out all the fascinating new additions to Fuse Works Multiples and Editions, including:
Gregory Curry's "Wraq"
Glen Einbinder's "Dreamcards"
Ross Racine's "West Concentric Estates"
Chuck Jones' "untitled (rubber stamp)"
Jody Hanson's "Private Rainbow"
Luca Bertolo's "Kharms-multiple"
Andrew MacDonald's "Little Wonder (Sadness) Edition"
James Leonard's "un-Suicide Note"
Celeste Fichter's "Screensavers"
Peter Feigenbaum's "Vacant Tile"
David Shapiro's "Potato"
Jan Obornik's "settlement (house)"
Chiara Camoni's "Senza Titolo 14"
John O. Smith's "Currency Exchange: Volume Five"
Julia Whitney Barnes' "eat me, drink me"
Rik de Boe's "Testbeelden (test images)"
Lotte Lindner and Till Steinbrenner's "If"
Sarah Vogwill's "marilyn/playboy/FBI"
George Spencer's "Ghost Phones after Jasper Johns"
Emily Roz and Cammi Climaco's "I Can’t Stop"
Cadence Giersbach's "water-slide decals"
Serge Onnen's "Obromanie"
Seldon Yuan's "Thinking of You"