The Lab is a nonprofit experimental art and performance space located in the Mission District of San Francisco.
SOUND INSTALLATION: Inside You Is Me
Thursdays, October 13, 20, 27, from 6-10pm
Sundays, October 16, 23, 30, from 12-4pm
Available for workshops and off-hour visits by appointment. Email email@example.com or call 415-864-8855 for information.
PERFORMANCE: Playlist with Maryanna Lachmann, Jose Abad, and Oscar Tidd
Saturday, October 15, 2016; 7pm doors / 8pm performance
Sunday, October 16, 2016; 12-3pm installation open / 3pm performance
Saturday, October 22, 2016; 7pm doors / 8pm performance
PERFORMANCE: Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener
Saturday, October 29, 2016; 7pm doors / 8pm performance, RSVP
Tickets must be purchased or reserved in advance, $15 General / Free for members
8pm Doors / 8:30pm Performance
$15 General / Free for members
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Phillip Greenlief (saxophone), Fred Frith (guitar), and Rashaun Mitchell (dance) will create an embodied sound score. These improvisations will be recorded live and internationally distributed as a DVD on Relative Pitch Records, NYC.
Join Peter Eleey, Curator and Associate Director of Exhibitions and Programs at MoMA PS1, for a free public program at The Lab. Eleey will visit San Francisco for three days to participate in Art & Dialogue. During his stay, he will visit with eight Artadia Awardees.
Stranded presents: Rhys Chatham & Bill Orcutt
8pm Doors / 9pm Music
$15 General - Buy tickets here
$10 - Members of The Lab (member tickets available at the door – email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the list)
[[[f f fearz. scarediktik tik tik. la axietation la. terror/mi/horror+alarmor. tfeh tfeh. panicat kat mi-phobianticalar]]]
الّلي بِيخاف مِن العَوّ بِيطْلَعْلُه
Monsters under the bed, statistics of ways one can end up dead. Insurance companies thrive; pensions are a serious drive. Armies deployed-countries destroyed. Manufactured mythical unknowns of epic proportions. Rather than excited or curious, we have become phobic: our imaginations thwarted and our common sense ridiculed.
The Zizi Show is a project by the Rocca Family. This talk show-performance-playground comes back with its latest edition entitled Jinjin Fear with Zizi. Zizi will use her charms and cast her spells, surrender to Zizi and fearless you shall be. (probably, maybe).
8pm Doors / 8:30pm Sound
$15 General / Free for members
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Chris Brown, piano and computer
Theresa Wong, cello, voice, and amplification
Kyle Bruckmann, oboe and analog electronics
The trio performs compositions in just intonation by Chris Brown extended with free improvisations and interactive computer interventions. This concert includes the world premiere of First Light, set to poetry by Jackson MacLow and harmonies composed using Harry Partch's 43-tone tuning. Also included is the premiere of a restored version of Brown's signature work Snakecharmer (1988), for soloist and feedback network. Obelisk (2015), an improvisation structure in a 7-limit tuning for the trio with interactive electronics, rounds out the program.