connect_icut: Music for Lunch Breaks Live
As part of of the aforementioned Music for Lunch Breaks series, connect_icut will be performing at the Vancouver Central Library (North Plaza) on Saturday July 17th. The performance will be at 9pm sharp. Afterwards, they’ll be showing The Sixth Day aka “that Arnold Schwarzenegger movie where the library gets blown up”. There is NO CHARGE for admission. It’s FREE!!
It’s going to be weird and (hopefully) awesome. Tell your friends.
Here are some more details, from the organizers:
Walk In/Here You Are
connect_icut & The Sixth Day
*Saturday July 17 at **9pm***
Please join us for the first in a series of summer movie and performance evenings at the Walk In/Here You Are installation on the North Plaza of the Vancouver Central Library.
For this event, we will be presenting a performance by local electronic music producer connect_icut whose music mixes generative processes and the creative use of digital audio errors with live improvisation and a vague pop sensibility. The performance will be followed by a screening of the Arnold Schwarzenegger film The Sixth Day, a sci-fi film about cloning, in which the Vancouver Central Library is prominently featured.
The events will start at 9pm. Bring a blanket or folding chair and enjoy the summer evening with us!
Walk In/Here You Are is a commission of the City of Vancouver Public Art Program. The project, by artist Christian Kliegel and curator Cate Rimmer, is an art work, a social space and a venue for visitors to engage with a curated program of videos, sound works and live performances by Vancouver artists.
Currently Here You Are Part 2, a program of videos by Kathy Slade, David Crompton and Andrew Herfst, Brady Cranfield, Ryan McKenna and Rodney Graham, is presented in the evening and Music for Lunch Breaks, ambient sound works by Scott Morgan, connect_icut, Joshua Stevenson, Larissa Loyva, Julia Marshburn, Anju Singh, Brady Cranfield, Alanna Tailfeathers, Andrew Herfst and Jeremy Shaw, is played during the day. Music for Lunch Breaks is co-curated by Brady Cranfield. The video soundtracks and ambient sound works can also be heard live around the installation on 94.9fm.
For more information please visit the City of Vancouver Public Art website or the Walk In/Here You Are page on Facebook.
*Please note: the event will be rescheduled if it rains.
Walk In/Here You Are
Vancouver Central Library, North Plaza
350 West Georgia Street