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Sea and Space Explorations

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Sea and Space Resort II
4755 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90042


August 8th, 2009 - August 29th, 2009
Opening: 
August 10th, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
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The Beach Resort is Bigger and Better, and Back!!!
Saturday, August 8 - Saturday, August 29, 2009

schedule of events

Titillating topics and formidable objects in a beach like setting
a summer chock full of screenings, lectures, happenings, sounds, and installations and a big Giant Fundraising FLEA MARKET!!!

Who: Dana Maiden, Nicole Capps, Jason Manley, Adele Mills, Amy Green, Lara Bank, Clay Chaplin, Aaron Drake, Helen Cahng, Donna Coppola, Steven L. Anderson, Casey Anderson, David Casey, and Aniela Perry, Lewis Keller, Scott Cazan, John Hastings, Julia Holter, Albert Ortega, Jessica Catron, Jeremy Drake, Corey Fogel, Mark Trayle, Jason Kunke, and many more...

For more info contact: Lara Bank at lara@seaandspace.org

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Sea and Space Explorations
4755 York Blvd
LA, CA 90042
gallery tel 323-445-4015
visit for schedule: http://www.seaandspace.org
info@seaandspace.org

What you will see, hear, and taste:

In addition to our constantly changing series of events, the summer will feature installations by Nicole Capps, Dana Maiden, Adele Mills, Jason Manley, Steven L. Anderson.


Ruin, Jason Manley, 2009


Our schedule includes...


Wednesdays, 8-10pm FREE
PASSION FRUIT SURPRISE!
A Film Screening series curated by Helen Cahng

(What's the surprise? These films have nothing in common. Or do they...?!)

Aug 12 - LITTLE MURDERS (1971)
Director: Alan Arkin
110 minutes

Aug 19 - Chris Marker Double Feature

LETTER FROM SIBERIA (1957)
60 minutes

THE KOUMIKO MYSTERY (1965)
54 minutes

Aug 26 - LONE WOLF AND CUB: WHITE HEAVEN IN HELL (1974)
(Part 6 in the 6-part Lone Wolf and Cub series)
Director: Yoshiyuki Kuroda
83 minutes

Thursdays, 8-10pm, $3 suggested donation
The Resort Sound Series Skronk-a-rama
Experimental sound organized by composer, musician, CalArts ESP faculty, Clay Chaplin

Aug 13 - Mellownoisedrona, performances by: Scott Cazan; Casey Anderson & John Hastings; & Lewis Keller

Aug 20 - Sea & Space Shanty's, performances by: Julia Holter; Missincinnati (Jessica Catron, Corey Fogel, and Jeremy Drake); & Laura Steenberge

Aug 27 - Solos, Duets, and Groups, performances by: Albert Ortega; Mark Trayle; STEIM Ensemble (Casey Anderson, David Casey, Clay Chaplin, and Aniela Perry)

Fridays, varying times, see the schedule below, FREE

August 14th, 8pm+

The Holographic Principle
A screening of video works not normally screened.
With Ian Arenas, Greg Curtis, Bianca D'Amico, Josh Mannis, and Davida Nemeroff.
Curated by Jason Kunke

The Holographic Principle presents a screening of video works not normally screened. These works are usually part of sculpture or installation, or loops that allow the viewer to comae and go. For one evening only, the 3-dimensional aspects of these pieces will be condensed into a 2-dimensional screening, changing the usual presentation in an attempt to induce a potentially meditative, altered state of awareness for the viewers.

The screening may be followed by a brief discussion. 420 friendly.

August 21st, 5-8pm

Egg: To Have or Have Not
discussion lead by Sea and Space Director Lara Bank & painter Amy Green. Children or no children? Difficult choices for women and men in the art world.


Saturdays, varying times, see the schedule below, FREE
Turn your brain off with, Clay's Really Dumb Summer Movie Series, Not Art, Not Art Not Art, curated by Captain Coup
Movies where the main characters are either hopelessly innocent, naive, or just plain stupid and probably a little bit of all three.

August 8, 9 - 11pm

The Jerk (1979)
A complete imbecile struggles to make it through life on his own, until a strange invention makes him unbelievably wealthy.
Starring : Steve Martin & Bernadette Peters
Directed by: Carl Reiner
Written by: Steve Martin

August 15, 8pm - midnight
**Double Feature**

Beavis and Butthead Do America (1996)
MTV junkies Beavis and Butt-head awaken one day to find their beloved TV stolen. On their adventure to do a murderous smuggler's wife, they encounter an FBI agent with a predilection for cavity searches, two rather familiar looking ex-Motley Crue roadies, Mr. Van Driessen singing "Lesbian Seagull", a little old lady, and, of course, Mr. Anderson and his trailer. Can the Great Cornholio save the day? Let's hope so!
Starring : Mike Judge as Beavis and Butthead
Written & Directed by : Mike Judge

Idiocracy (2006)
Private Joe Bauers, the definition of "average American", is selected by the Pentagon to be the guinea pig for a top-secret hibernation program. Forgotten, he awakes 500 years in the future. He discovers a society so incredibly dumbed-down that he's easily the most intelligent person alive.
Starring : Luke Wilson & Maya Rudolph
Written & Directed by : Mike Judge

Saturday August 22, 8-midnight
**Double Feature**

The Naked Gun: From the Files of Poiice Squad (1988)
Incompetent cop Frank Drebbin has to foil an attempt to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II.
Starring : Leslie Nielson & Priscilla Presley
Written & Directed by : David Zucker

The Naked Gun 2 1/2 : The Smell of Fear
Incompetent cop frank Drebin discovers that his ex-girlfriend's new beau is involved in a plot to kidnap a scientist who advocates solar energy
Starring : Leslie Nielson & Priscilla Presley
Written & Directed by : David Zucker

Sundays, varying times, see the schedule below
Introducing a new food series, Food in Space, curated by Auntie Em's Kitchen chef, musician, and performance artist, Donna Coppola:

Aug 9, 7PM - Tasting Night, FREE
Try tomatoes, honey, compare supermarket vegetables to farmer's market and home grown, raw milk and pasteurized milk, and miracle berry pills-- the "pills" that you eat to make everything sweet (lemons, limes, grapefruit, coffee, bread, strawberries, cheese, pickled foods, balsamic vinegar). There will be tasting stations where we will get a little history and background information on what we are tasting.

Some interesting facts...
1. California is one of the very few, if not the only, states where you can buy raw milk.
2. Miracle berry pill parties have been going on since the 70's.

Aug 16 - Blindfolded Dinner $8 a person
2 sessions: 7pm and 9pm
RSVP (lara@seaandspace.org)
required 15 person max. each seating.
Sit at communal tables blindfolded and get served.

Aug 23 - TBA

 

***Special Resort Grand Finale Fundraiser Event***
Saturday, August 29th , 6-9pm
Resort Raiser

One night of Flea Market and Food Court
to keep you and Sea and Space sailing the magic seas

for general online any amount donations via paypal:

Thank you!


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