Incidental Words

incidental-words-poster_smlJon Sands and Chris Jordan have brought together a group of levitra overnight shipping artists, collaborating on creating an evening of animated mixed media poetry performance for Boston’s first Nuit Blanch, Illuminus. The project, titled, “Incidental Words”, is a roving performance of poetry by three of the East Coasts most relevant spoken word artists: Jon Sands, José Olivarez, and Simone Beaubien. During the readings, animations created by Jamie Leo and Chris Jordan will be projected in real-time, giving a new dimensionality and visual life to the spoken word. A 300lb RC controlled robot by Glen Duncan (Spec) serves as a platform for the equipment, including projector, computer, sound system and batteries. Music by Ajda the Turkish Queen. The group will move around the canadian clomid for sale festival, projecting and performing Incidental Words throughout the event.

Chris Jordan, Jon Sands, Glen Duncan, José Olivarez, Simone Beaubien, Jamie Leo, Ajda the Turkish Queen


Illuminus Festival, 2014

540 Harrison Ave
Boston, MA 02118

The Best of Words on Walls

This will be the final Words on Walls, which I’ve been a part of for over the past two years. The program involves leading workshops with youth poets, instructing them on projection mapping their words to site-specific walls through the city; then performing the poetry in time with the projections. This will be our “best of” celebration, wrapping up this amazingly inspiring collaboration amongst the viagra compare prices wonderful poets, and the organizations that made this happen. Thanks all!

Urban Word NYC, City Lore, and Bowery Arts & Science

The Best of Words on Walls

A collaborative effort between Urban Word NYC, City Lore, and Bowery Arts & Science and made possible with support from the Hive Digital Learning Fund, WORDS ON WALLS combines digital learning with neo-futurist graffiti to celebrate cultural diversity, neighborhood histories and generic viagra for sale the power of youth voice. Teens work with the UDUB Social Media Team and Youth Leadership Board and New Skool Journalists to display their work digitally on various landscapes throughout the city, with live spoken word performances of order cheap amoxil without a prescription their poetry. Tonight’s performance culminates two years of city-wide events and will be a selection of top projections from this project, as well as a celebration of Urban Word NYC’s Youth Leadership Board.

SATURDAY August 9th, 8:30PM, FREE
33 East 1st Street, corner of Houston Street and 2nd Avenue, Manhattan, NY.

Photos from our last event at the Queens Museum

The Light from Below

THE LIGHT FROM BELOW is a site-specific interactive light and sound environment in the cavernous Fort Jay munition magazines addresses our collective culpability in fueling the military industrial complex.

The works present phases of a cannon’s ‘life-cycle’ – sale, manufacturing, deployment, firing, and consequence. Visitors interacting with elements are exposed to the corporeality of war and bloodshed.

In the profound disconnected from the act of order cialis 5 mg killing in warfare through technology (drones), media spin, and a prevailing societal rhetoric of euphemisms for sanctioned murder, THE LIGHT FROM BELOW intends to reconnect the individual in a simple, meditative, interactive experience.

Interactive light and sound installation by Chris Jordan, Jamie Leo, Enki Andrews and order viagra online now Sean McIntyre. Part of the FIGMENT NYC Festvial, held June 7th and 8th, 2014. Installed in the Fort Jay Magazine on Governors Island. Special thanks to Andrea Lindstrom, Colin and Noah of the Parks dept. (and really the viagra for sell 100mg whole parks staff), Ester, all the support from FIGMENT, and the Trust for G.I.

The Light from Below from Chris Jay on Vimeo.

Tower Epoch at STEAM

Tower Epoch at STEAM
Tower Epoch at STEAM

The installation, Tower Epoch, part of the STEAM (Stem+Arts=Steam) exhibit at ArtsWestchester, is on view from May 20 – August 16, 2014. Artist Reception: May 10, 2-4pm.

This exhibition explores the intersections of science, technology, engineering, math and creativity. Inspired by the STEM to STEAM dialogue in education, this exhibition presents artists using the interdisciplinary concepts of STEM to explore how science, technology and art overlap, interact, and innovate. Presenting imaginative possibilities that are poetic and pragmatic, aesthetic and forward-thinking, each of these artists employs a deeply personal vision. They bring a reflective and cheap discount cialis often transformational perspective to our complex world through the open-ended, questioning language of art.

Curated by Patricia Miranda

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31 Mamaroneck Ave., White Plains, NY 10601

Putting the A in STEAM – NYTimes