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Live Taping by E.S.P. TV at Queens Nails Projects

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© Courtesy of the Artist and Queen's Nails Projects
Live Taping by E.S.P. TV at Queens Nails Projects

3191 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
June 1st, 2012 8:00 PM - 12:00 AM

QUICK FACTS
EVENT TYPE:  
Performance
WEBSITE:  
http://queensnailssf.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
other
EMAIL:  
queensnailssf@gmail.com
OPEN HOURS:  
Closed
TAGS:  
video-art, performance

DESCRIPTION

PLAYBACK> Is a unique project and collaboration between Queens Nails Projects (QNP) in San Francisco, E.S.P. TV/LAB from New York City and Aggregate Space in Oakland. For PLAYBACK>, the curators at QNP have invited 10 Bay Area visual artists to create new video works in the space, transforming the gallery into a mini video-residency program from April 24th to June 6th. Each of the 10 artists was asked to consider the television as an exhibition platform and produce new video work in the form of a television show.

While the residencies are under way, QNP will screen a compilation of videos produced by E.S.P. TV.  The videos were created for a program produced by the New York space Louis V E.S.P. and showcase primarily NYC-based experimental music, video art and performance. Tapings of these events occurred in front of an audience with live green-screening and analog video mixing. The events were recorded to VHS and edited into half-hour episodes for airing on Manhattan Neighborhood Network television. After airing, the episodes were posted online at www.esptvnyc.com and elsewhere online for later viewing.  The first 15 episodes of E.S.P. TV.  are on display in QNP’s screening room for the duration of the artist residencies. They can be viewed by appointment by contacting queensnailsprojects@gmail.com.

On June 8th, E.S.P. TV will work on site at QNP to collaboratively program a live, one-night recording of performances by Bay Area artists for later broadcast on Public Access television in San Francisco, Oakland, New York and Portland.