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Los Angeles

High Energy Constructs

Exhibition Detail
High Places, Soft Circle, Powdered Wigs & LuckyDragons Performance
990 North Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012


August 1st, 2007 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
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David Horvitz and HIGH ENERGY CONSTRUCTS present 

an evening of music and performance featuring:

 

HIGH PLACES

SOFT CIRCLE 

POWDERED WIGS

&

LUCKYDRAGONS

 

 

HIGH PLACES is a duo from New York City. They have performed at John Connelly Presents in New York City (inside an Assume Vivid Astro Focus installation), at the Proposition Gallery (NYC) in conjunction with the Hooray!!! exhibition, and at Susan Cianciolo's screening of "1960's Butterfly Girl" at Location (NYC). High Places recently performed a sunrise solar-powered show at Solar One (NYC).

SOFT CIRCLE is Hisham Bharoocha, formerly of Black Dice and Lightning Bolt. Hisham recently served as musical director for the legendary 77 BOADRUM event, a composition for 77 drummers by the experimental Japanese music group the Boredoms. He has performed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in conjunction with Doug Aitken's video piece: Sleepwalkers, and at D'Amelio Terras (NYC). As a visual artist, Hisham has been included in shows at Deitch Projects (NYC), John Connelly Presents (NYC), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), De Vleeshal (Middelburg, the Netherlands), and the Watarium Museum of Contemporary Art (Tokyo, Japan).

POWDERED WIGS is David of Extreme Animals, combining his Paper Rad and Shepherd School of Music educations to create the world's most beautifully relaxing classical, shoe-gazing hectic noise music. David will be performing on July 24th with Extreme Animals at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in conjunction with MoMA's Automatic Update exhibition.

LUCKY DRAGONS is Luke Fishbeck. Fishbeck utilizes organic sounds, audience participation, and sexy dancing to make electronic music that is both uplifting and smart. He has given performances at the Kitchen in New York City, at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, at John Connelly Presents in NYC (inside an Assume Vivid Astro Focus installation), at the Whitney Museum of American Art in conjunction with the Summer of Love exhibition, and most recently, in Bamako, Mali on African Television.


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