UPDATE: Mon, May 21st
Karen Hubbard has made available some images taken Friday night at the Kava Lounge. Pictured is musician turned dancer Morgan Sully and I, with Robert Montoya, lurking in the corner there behind his PC.
UPDATE: Sun, May 13th
UPDATE: Sat, May 5th
As promised, here are excerpts from our rehearsal last Wed. All footage was shot by the amazing videographer, Larry Asakawa (Larry, do you have a website?)
Coming soon… footage from the TNT performance the following day.
UPDATE: Wed, May 2nd
Today I’m in rehearsal for the final leg of the Spring Reverb concert where I’ll be performing as part of the Ernesto Neto exhibit of his textile installation piece:
"Mother body emotional densities / for alive temple time baby son"
Check back later for video clips from rehearsal. Also, we’re lucky to have videographer Larry Asakawa on hand to document the event, so those who can’t make the event can expect to see a record of it posted here.
Thursday, May 3rd
Directions to MCASD Downtown:
1100 & 1001 Kettner Blvd.
(between Broadway and B Street)
San Diego, CA 92101
858 454 3541
UPDATE: Fri, Apr 27th
Kristen Baum and I danced tonight, Friday Apr 27th, at Spring Reverb. Below is a quick video edit from our 15 minute set.
Here’s an updated lineup for this Saturday:
8-8:30 p.m.: Gunther’s Grass
music: George Lewis, Ellen Weller, James Ilgenfritz, Mike Pride
dance: Justin Morrison, Leslie Seiters, Yolande Snaith, Liam Clancy, Kathy Carbone
9:30-10 p.m.: Louis Haiman
10-10:45 p.m.: George Lewis
11-11:30 Borborygmus, Diastereo
Tickets are $6 Sushi Members/Students – $10 General Admission
Visit Sushi’s site to buy tickets online
Friday & Saturday, April 27th & 28th, 8pm
Kava Lounge Gallery
George Lewis and Miya Masaoka are two established and influential innovators in digital technology while Hans Fjellestad (MOOG) and David Scott Stone (The Melvins) explore the dark lush world of analog circuits and vacuum tubes, and Marcos Fernandes and Mike Pride interface percussion with phonography.
Thursday, May 3rd, 7pm
TNT (Thursday Night Thing)
Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego – Downtown
MCA’s TNT turns into a multi-media installation when Lower Left’s Alicia Marvan directs two site-specific dance [with Justin Morrison, Leslie Seiters, Ron Estes, Jane Blount] pieces amongs sculptures by Ernesto Neto and Richard Serra in a creative collaboration with Trummerflora musicians and guests