“I am the weapon, art is my ammunition, revolution is my mission!” – Long Long
LOVE SEX REVOLUTION
SATURDAY APRIL 8, FROM 6 – 9 PM
1427 E 4th St #4
Los Angeles, CA 90033
Groundspace Project present a one night only concert performance event LOVE SEX REVOLUTION, featuring the provocative Long Long with opening act by The Kellies on April 8 from 6-9 PM.
Long Long’s LOVE SEX REVOLUTION vocal performance contemporized traditional mantra chanting and Vietnamese musical-folk style into a radical line-up of empowering mantra-songs to rebel against the current political administration. An electric performance/musical duo The Kellie’s (Elyse Reardon-Jung and Ichiro Irie) will open for Long Long. Elyse and Ichiro transform themselves into twin-like personas in celebration of all things androgynous and gender fluid.
Black Mirror – curated by Julia Schwartz
Saturday April 8, from 6-9 PM
Charlie James Gallery
969 Chung King Rd
Los Angeles, California 90012
Charlie James Gallery is pleased to present Black Mirror, a group exhibition curated by Julia Schwartz, with works by Andrea Marie Breiling, Dani Dodge, Kio Griffith, Karl Haendel, Kenyatta AC Hinkle, Cole M James, Elana Mann, Abdul Mazid, Thinh Nguyen, Warren Neidich, Claudia Parducci, Julia Schwartz, and Thaddeus Strode.
In Black Mirror, 13 artists respond to the current political and cultural moment through painting, drawing, installation, photography, and video. The works in this exhibition contend with what it means to live in the age of Trump, Wikileaks, and border walls; an age when the term BlackLivesMatter holds urgent currency, women’s bodies are once again up for grabs and whole segments of the population are obliged to live in a state of erasure. The artists employ disparate approaches in their responses to this historical moment: subversive humor and wit, practical guidance, documentation and conceptual analysis, poignant abstraction, emotional release.
Saturday, April 15th
Sunday, April 16th
Performance starts at 8:30 PM
5810 1/2 North Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90042
PAM is pleased to present resident artists Thinh Nguyen and Skip Snow in “D-centering Whiteness”, an improvisationally scored conversation to dismantle whiteness as an ideological oppression. Performanced on two nights only, Saturday April 15th and Sunday April 16th starting, 8:30 PM at 5810 ½ North Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90042.
Drawing on the traditions of experimental and political theatre, Nguyen and Snow’s collaboration could be characterized as an intellectual public humiliation. Their conversation and interaction keep you guessing, who is the Dom and who is the Sub, flipping at any moment, keeping you on your toes. Their differences are pronounced, making their collaboration automatically explosive. Curious? Wanna know what an intellectual spanking feels like?
Having Left: Intersectional NOW
Wednesday April 26 from 7-9 PM
410 Cottage Home St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
“Intersectionality NOW presents Christine Dianne Guiyangco, Thinh Nguyen, and Seo Yun Son” Transnational and intersectional perspectives on feminism encompass questions that challenge postcolonial frameworks and scrutinize the destruction carried out by Western imperialism. Intersectionality NOW invites several artists from the Asian diaspora—Christine Dianne Guiyangco, Thinh Nguyen, and Seo Yun Son—to present work exploring global migration, labor, and gender identity.