Jon Sands and where can i buy cialis Chris Jordan have brought together a group of 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 viagra for sell 100mg 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 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
Chris Jordan explores the medium of light and time through the use of technology and nature.
José Olivarez is the levitra overnight shipping son of Mexican immigrants. Originally from Calumet City, IL and now living in the Bronx, José is a nationally recognized poet and generic viagra for sale educator. He is a graduate of Harvard University and a founding member of the Teaching Artist Corps at Young Chicago Authors. He has performed and taught at high schools, universities, and book festivals across the country, and his work has been published or is forthcoming in The Acentos Review, Specter Magazine, Side B Magazine, Union Station Magazine, and Luna Luna Magazine among other places. His work has also been featured on Yahoo’s Ball Don’t Lie basketball blog, Chicago Public Radio, and on Mass Poetry’s PoeTry on the T program. His first book, Home Court, is available now at http://homecourtpoems.tumblr.com/purchase
Jon Sands is a writer known for electric readings, and the author of The New Clean (2011, Write Bloody Publishing). His work has been featured in The New York Times, published widely, and anthologized in The Best American Poetry 2014. He starred in the award winning web-series Verse: A Murder Mystery from Rattapallax Films, is the co-founder of Poets in Unexpected Places, and a facilitator with the Dialogue Arts Project. He is a Youth Mentor with Urban Word-NYC, and teaches creative writing for adults at both Bailey House in Harlem (an HIV/AIDS service center) and the Positive Health Project (a syringe exchange in Manhattan). He tours extensively, but lives in Brooklyn. www.jonsands.com
Simone Beaubien is a decade-plus-veteran of the slam poetry scene, seven-time competitor at the National Poetry Slam, and SlamMaster of the world-famous Boston Poetry Slam. She has performed her work on the Finals stage of the 2008 National Poetry Slam and on WGBH radio, and hosted slams from coast to coast, including the order cheap amoxil without a prescription 2006 Individual World Poetry Slam Finals in Vancouver and the 2010 College Poetry Slam Invitational Finals in Boston. She served as the Host City Director for the 2011 and 2013 National Poetry Slams in Boston and Cambridge. She works a paramedic in the greater Boston area.
Glen Duncan creates circuit-based artwork utilizing digital sculptural forms; including LED, lighting, timelapse, robotics, and interactivity; to name a few. Glen has realized hundreds of digital artworks and designs, installed across the globe. His contribution to Incidental Words includes electrical engineering, the “Dolly-Bot” camera/projector platform, as well as logistics and order viagra online now overall support.
Jamie Leo is an Albee Fellow in writing and a designer of B’way’s RENT (and legendary downtown stage productions and the recent Off-Broadway rock musical Bedbugs), his body of work includes award-winning video/theatrical design, art installations, and contributor to the Huffington Post. His practice spans multiple creative and marketing disciplines: leading strategic, ideative, branding and tactical efforts for startups, corporations, edu, and non-profits. He collaborates, adjudicates and presents on media panels; lectures; leads and mentors at hackathons; advocates for health and cheap discount cialis social justice causes; and is completing a new body of die-infused-pigment-on-aluminum artworks. jamieleo.com
Ajda the Turkish Queen is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist living and working in the Boston area. Originally from Houston, Texas, she has been performing publicly since 1997. Her current focus lies with her band Black Fortress of Opium, and in solo endeavors. She has also contributed to soundtracks for various independent films. Ajda has appeared on bills with acts such as Soriah, Franz Ferdinand, Serena Maneesh, The Fiery Furnaces, Andrew Bird, Nicki Jaine, Gary Lucas/Gods & Monsters, Bill Laswell, John Zorn, Paul Wallfisch, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, The Dresden Dolls, His Name is Alive, Beat Circus, Alec K.Redfearn/The Eyesores, Barbez, Dame Darcy, Marianne Dissard, and more. www.ajdatheturkishqueen.com