Monica Canilao and Jason Jaworski at Noise Pop Culture Club

NOISE POP/CULTURE CLUB with FIFTY24SF present:

FUTURE SOUNDS

MONICA CANILAO & JASON JAWORSKI
Future Sounds is a collaboration between artists Monica Canilao and Jason Jaworski, consisting of an on-site installation created by Monica Canilao and a performance within the space by Jason Jaworski. Culled from found objects, ephemera and other bits of houses long fallen, Canilao’s shack installation activates the dreams of all who look upon it; the roof bleeds colors of every possible outcome a path will take you once you step out of these four walls. In a performance within the installation, Jason Jaworski, dressed in a costume spilling out of the entrance, will be delivering fortunes and the prose of a person’s future on a typewriter to any who enter and inquire.

Saturday and Sunday, FEB 26-27 at SF Public Works

KID KOALA’s “Music to Draw To” session from Montreal to get you ready for Noise Pop

Kid Koala will be performing a 4-hour set at Noise Pop’s Culture Club this Saturday (Feb 26) at Public Works in San Francisco, and because we are going to be spending most of the day there, we wanted to get you and us ready. And Montreal is great, only good things happen there.

Here is what Noise Pop says about the set:

An afternoon of quiet time records to warm up those creative juices (as part of the Kid Koala Loud Party / Quiet Work weekend), the 4-hour ‘Music To Draw To…’ participatory soiree will be a touch quieter than his Friday night set at Mighty.

Bring your sketchbook, yarn, 3D rendering laptops or that lump of clay. Your admission ticket includes a free cup of hot chocolate and a pencil and music will be provided by Kid Koala. Expect a full 4-hour set of some of his favorite quiet time records that he has collected on his travels around the world plus a sneak preview from his forthcoming soundtrack to Space Cadet.

Baked goods will be provided by Kid Koala’s wife, Corinne, who dreams of someday opening a bakery in Montreal and would like to try some of her new creations first.

Quiet people are invited. Bring something you like to work on. No dancing. Hope to see you there!
More information here.

From The Citrus Report

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Jason Jägel at Noise Pop Culture Club

FIFTY24SF and The Citrus Report present: Jason Jägel’s ‘Selectoring’ at Noise Pop 2011′s Culture Club this Saturday, Feb 26 at 4PM.

Acclaimed artist, record collector, album art designer and storyteller Jason Jägel joins us for an inspired talk on the lines between connoisseurship and artistry.

In his own words: My plans are to make a multi-media talk about how music and art intersect for me. This includes my interest in collecting records, using records as a history book, personal coincidences, deliberately keeping things complicated, being a fan, incorporating Madlib and MF Doom into my work and the ways they already existed there, and how I’ve created purpose from being a failed comic artist and a wannabe record cover artist. (hardly!)

As a non-musician, I make music a central part of my life. Usually, I’d rather seek inspiration at a record store than a gallery or museum. Record collecting is a commitment. I am particularly keen on obscure music for the inherent drive that created something independently as well as for the effort involved to learn about. Artwork reflects the creative decisions made in the working process and those decisions are informed, to one degree or another, by other art. Having an eye for what looks right in any artwork, an ear for what sounds right is the fulcrum of being an artist and connoisseur.

As Madlib stated in conversation with Roy Ayers: “The best times are when I’m just playing around in the studio, it’s always different only sometimes there’s a pattern.”

From The Citrus Report

Posted By The Citrus Report

The Citrus Report and FIFTY24SF present Jason Jägel at Noise Pop’s Culture Club

FIFTY24SF and The Citrus Report present: Jason Jägel’s ‘Selectoring’ at Noise Pop 2011’s Culture Club this Saturday, Feb 26 at 4PM, at Public Works in San Francisco.

Acclaimed artist, record collector, album art designer and storyteller Jason Jägel joins us for an inspired talk on the lines between connoisseurship and artistry.

In his own words: My plans are to make a multi-media talk about how music and art intersect for me. This includes my interest in collecting records, using records as a history book, personal coincidences, deliberately keeping things complicated, being a fan, incorporating Madlib and MF Doom into my work and the ways they already existed there, and how I’ve created purpose from being a failed comic artist and a wannabe record cover artist. (hardly!)

As a non-musician, I make music a central part of my life. Usually, I’d rather seek inspiration at a record store than a gallery or museum. Record collecting is a commitment. I am particularly keen on obscure music for the inherent drive that created something independently as well as for the effort involved to learn about. Artwork reflects the creative decisions made in the working process and those decisions are informed, to one degree or another, by other art. Having an eye for what looks right in any artwork, an ear for what sounds right is the fulcrum of being an artist and connoisseur.

As Madlib stated in conversation with Roy Ayers: “The best times are when I’m just playing around in the studio, it’s always different only sometimes there’s a pattern.”

Public Works
161 Erie Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

FIFTY24SF presents Monica Canilao and Jason Jaworski at Noise Pop/Culture Club this weekend

Posted by FIFTY24SF Gallery

NOISE POP/CULTURE CLUB with FIFTY24SF present:

FUTURE SOUNDS

MONICA CANILAO & JASON JAWORSKI
Future Sounds is a collaboration between artists Monica Canilao and Jason Jaworski, consisting of an on-site installation created by Monica Canilao and a performance within the space by Jason Jaworski. Culled from found objects, ephemera and other bits of houses long fallen, Canilao’s shack installation activates the dreams of all who look upon it; the roof bleeds colors of every possible outcome a path will take you once you step out of these four walls. In a performance within the installation, Jason Jaworski, dressed in a costume spilling out of the entrance, will be delivering fortunes and the prose of a person’s future on a typewriter to any who enter and inquire.

Saturday and Sunday, FEB 26-27 at SF Public Works

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