Forum Lounge: The Live-Long Day
The Live-Long Day is a collaborative musical and object play performance that traverses into bleak territory exploring the lives of submarine inhabitants who have lived underwater for generations. The performers highlight and include techniques of theatrical and popular music, abstract object play, experimental text, theatrical arcs of movement, and audience relations into the story.
Eric Lindley is an artist, writer, and musician primarily active in LA and New York. His work explores the ramifications of scientific and social research on personal human relationships with other individuals, societies, and selves and has been performed internationally at venues such as The Knitting Factory (NYC), REDCAT, and The Royal College of Music (UK).
Yelena Zhelezov is a Belarusian-Israeli visual artist and puppeteer based in Los Angeles whose work has shown at such venues as the Museum of Jurassic Technology and the Hammer Museum.
Chi-wang Yang is a Los Angeles-based theater director and interdisciplinary artist, and founding member of video performance collective Cloud Eye Control. His work has been presented internationally, including the Fusebox Festival, EXIT Festival (France), and the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Support for Forum Lounge is generously provided by: Andrea Lang Fund, Endevermusic Productions, the Franciscan Inn, KCSB, Santa Barbara Winery, and the Santa Barbara Independent. Forum Lounge is presented in association with the Santa Barbara Downtown Organization’s 1st Thursday.