Saturday, April 02, 2011

April 2 Disjecta False Front Fan Death

Disjecta has a colorful history of building occupations. They were in a revival church, with a bathtib in the main room for baptisms, in the Frigidaire Building rented from an LA-based slumlord and now are in a former bowling alley. Tonight's show, Score, by Avantika Bawa, reprises the bowling alley history of the building. At Disjecta 8371 N Interstate 6PM-10 Free

False Front Studio opens Emily Nachison's Hylozoic. It's and installation inspired by her mythical landscapes. You can see from her website some of the epic installations she has made. Recommended. At False Front Studio 4518 NE 32nd Map 7PM-10 Free

Appendix is well known for installation and performance. They reduce their schedule in rainy season. But rain not withstanding, tonight they have Fan Death by Gary Robbins. At Appendix Project Space. On the alley between 26th and 27th, South of Alberta. Map 6-9ish Free