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Climate Theater

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Eidolon
470 Florida St.
San Francisco, CA 94110


May 22nd, 2010 8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
 
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Eidolon, from the ancient Greek, connotes a "phantom double, an apparition, or an ideal; a mere image or semblance of something visible, but without substance".

On Friday May 21st and Saturday, May 22, Climate Theater will host MicroClimate's Eidolon: a two-night art exhibition, music and performance event.  For these two evenings, a diverse grouping of Bay Area artists, musicians and performers respond in an array of genres to this illusionary theme.

 

Participating Artists, Musicians and Performers:

Brendan Aanes: video and audio installation

Elisheva Biernoff: painting

Terrance Graven: performative installation (Saturday evening only)

Phillip Greenlief: solo saxophone performance (Friday evening only)

Vita and Bryan Hewitt; photography

Elyse Hochstadt: sculptural installation

Pantea Karimi: printmaking

Honey McMoney: sculptural installation

John Melvin: site specific sculptural installation

Michael Myron: poetry reading (Friday evening only)

Sarah Ratchye: painting

Danishta Rivero: hydrophonium musical performance (Saturday evening only)

Elizabeth Stark: reading/performance (Saturday evening only)

Parker Tilghman: handmade book

Jeong Im Yi: painting


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