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Human Resources

Exhibition Detail
And I Think I Like It.
410 Cottage Home St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012


January 10th, 2013 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
, Danielle AdairDanielle Adair
© Courtesy of the Artist and Human Resources
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Performance
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$5 donation
> DESCRIPTION

Human Resources presents Danielle Adair in performance with the final videos of her recent series, And I Think I Like It. on Thursday, January 10th.  Doors at 8pm, performance to begin promptly at 8:30pm.

And I Think I Like It. is a collection of twelve video ‘song-poems’, which include original text, sound, and animations, with accompanying performances in presentation. The series began in 2011, and points to the anxiety, ennui, and, similarly, induced freedoms within the US political landscape over the past two years. The first presentation of the initial videos in the series occurred at Monte Vista Projects this May, and many of the videos have their origin in interactive performances and/or have been individually featured at such Los Angeles venues as JAUS, The SERIES (at The Standard), The Los Angeles Road Concert, Co/Lab, Eternal Telethon, Actual Size, and Ear Meal.

About the Artist
Danielle Adair is a poet, video artist, and performer who lives in Los Angeles and is currently based in Stuttgart, Germany where she is in residence at the Akademie Schloss Solitude. She has performed in Los Angeles at such venues as The Velaslavasay Panorama Theater, the Arts District Winterfest, and Beyond Baroque, and she is the author of From JBAD: Lessons Learned (Les Figues Press), based on her time as embedded media with US Forces in Afghanistan.


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