Aug 29, 2014 / 4 notes

new tshirts for the band candelilla. hot off the silkscreen press

by anna mccarthy


2moro 19:00 // Rebekka Erin Moran // Laboratory Aim Density // Kunstraum München // with Anna McCarthy, Luzi Illustrella und Tagar:

[Gast] Mittwoch, 27. August 2014, 19 Uhr: Rebekka Moran – Laboratory Aim Density

Laboratory Aim Density"Uncertainty Phase. hashtagAbspritzen"Kunstraum  27 August 2014 19:00 uhrspecial guestsbárðabunga virgin pheonixnewsfeed jungle morosisbabydoll bannana noise machine
Laboratory Aim Density: a film set, a director, a set builder, a model: a rehearsal to create a single frame as time and sense unravels. A project and series of new works based on re-creating LAD “china girl” film frames, the image that appears in the countdown of every reel of motion picture film. Originally, the images were spliced in by film lab technicians for checking that the color and density of the negative is correct during the processing and printing stage of creating the final film. They were often from a camera test of a young starlet or even film lab workers themselves; sometimes they are mannequins men children or an entire still life scene both with model and multiple items of color such as fruits and flowers. The project is both about film as much as it is about the process and language of film, and the 4 dimensional space it occupies both physically in a space, in the making of the set and shooting and as single frames that eventually create an entire film. Laboratory Aim Density is about the creation in time of a single frame, which in turn becomes a durational piece of its own. The performance is an extract from a series of films being produced by IS Rejkjavik-based artist Rebekka Erin Moran whilst travelling through Holland and Germany this summer. Rebecca Moran graduated from the School of the Art Institute in 2000 before moving to Holland and subsequently Reykjavik in 2005. She has exhibited internationally in cities such as NYC, Chicago, Rotterdam, Köln, Tokyo, Paris, and Reykjavik. Her work delves into a subjective approach to the everyday. Finding danger in boredom, absurdism in the mundane, home in nomadicism, intimacy in the unexpected; finding the point where the clash of opposites creates its own form of coherency. Visual paradox or thematic antonym underlies much of her work; a search of sorts for the fault-line inherent in all things.




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Aug 26, 2014 / 2 notes
2moro 19:00 // Rebekka Erin Moran // Laboratory Aim Density // Kunstraum München // with Anna McCarthy, Luzi Illustrella und Tagar:

[Gast] Mittwoch, 27. August 2014, 19 Uhr: Rebekka Moran – Laboratory Aim Density

Laboratory Aim Density
"Uncertainty Phase. hashtagAbspritzen"
Kunstraum  27 August 2014 19:00 uhr

special guests
bárðabunga virgin pheonix
newsfeed jungle morosis
babydoll bannana noise machine

Laboratory Aim Density: a film set, a director, a set builder, a model: a
rehearsal to create a single frame as time and sense unravels.
A project and series of new works based on re-creating LAD “china
girl” film frames, the image that appears in the countdown of every reel
of motion picture film. Originally, the images were spliced in by film lab
technicians for checking that the color and density of the negative is
correct during the processing and printing stage of creating the final
film. They were often from a camera test of a young starlet or even film
lab workers themselves; sometimes they are mannequins men children or an
entire still life scene both with model and multiple items of color such
as fruits and flowers.
The project is both about film as much as it is about the process and
language of film, and the 4 dimensional space it occupies both physically
in a space, in the making of the set and shooting and as single frames
that eventually create an entire film. Laboratory Aim Density is about the
creation in time of a single frame, which in turn becomes a durational
piece of its own.
The performance is an extract from a series of films being produced by IS
Rejkjavik-based artist Rebekka Erin Moran whilst travelling through
Holland and Germany this summer.

Rebecca Moran graduated from the School of the Art Institute in 2000 before
moving to Holland and subsequently Reykjavik in 2005. She has exhibited
internationally in cities such as NYC, Chicago, Rotterdam, Köln, Tokyo,
Paris, and Reykjavik. Her work delves into a subjective approach to the
everyday. Finding danger in boredom, absurdism in the mundane, home in
nomadicism, intimacy in the unexpected; finding the point where the clash
of opposites creates its own form of coherency. Visual paradox or thematic
antonym underlies much of her work; a search of sorts for the fault-line
inherent in all things.
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Aug 22, 2014 / 1 note
NO COUNTRY FOR ODD POETS

Presented by Pico Be & Anna McCarthy

THURSDAY 4th SEPTEMBER 2014

8pm

 

As part of the series in Kunstverein München

an evening with

ARLO YATES (*22.2.1975)

 

To deviate from the norm, to regard this as normal and to integrate it as part of society – this is the motivation behind Arlo Yates’ work.

Yates is an active part of The Gate, a resource centre in London’s Shepherd’s Bush, which since 2006 provides artistic programmes for adults with learning disabilities; aimed at social inclusion. In cooperation with artists, musicians and social workers, Yates takes an unusual path by, for example, filming a weekly soap called ‘Video Drama’ in cooperation with the musician Sebastian Kellig, starring participants such as Jackie the Ripper, amongst many others. The series is infamous on Youtube for its brilliant political incorrectness with titles such as Smoking Ban in Hackney E9 or The Druggies Next Door. In 2012, The Gate were invited to film an episode at the Instititute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London.

Arlo Yates’ poems - or ‘pomes’ as he calls them - tell stories of everyday life with his family at home and at The Gate in an amalgam of black humour and wordplay.

An integral part of Yates’ work is his music. Alongside his own songwriting with band projects Kick Me Ugly, Thee Roll Mops or I love Women, he also collaboratively ran the now-legendary blog ‘Peter Kemp’s Record Reviews’ until Kemp’s recent death earlier this year.

Yates’ book of poetry Bopping Drollocks is handmade in a limited edition and will be presented at No Country For Odd Poets.

 

'ARLO'S TATTOO' – VIDEO DRAMA

A Mini Movie Down Syndrome Awareness Special:  Arlo has two sons and decides to raise money for Small Steps. Mary draws, Ashley shouts and Jackie shoots.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qN0nMYNdec

 

THEE ROLL MOPS

https://soundcloud.com/thee-roll-mops

 

ART AT ‘THE GATE’

http://artatthegate.blogspot.de/

 

PETER KEMP’S RECORD REVIEWS

http://peterkempsrecordreviews.blogspot.co.uk/

 

 

 
Aug 22, 2014 / 2 notes

NO COUNTRY FOR ODD POETS

Presented by Pico Be & Anna McCarthy

THURSDAY 4th SEPTEMBER 2014

8pm

 

As part of the series in Kunstverein München

an evening with

ARLO YATES (*22.2.1975)

 

To deviate from the norm, to regard this as normal and to integrate it as part of society – this is the motivation behind Arlo Yates’ work.

Yates is an active part of The Gate, a resource centre in London’s Shepherd’s Bush, which since 2006 provides artistic programmes for adults with learning disabilities; aimed at social inclusion. In cooperation with artists, musicians and social workers, Yates takes an unusual path by, for example, filming a weekly soap called ‘Video Drama’ in cooperation with the musician Sebastian Kellig, starring participants such as Jackie the Ripper, amongst many others. The series is infamous on Youtube for its brilliant political incorrectness with titles such as Smoking Ban in Hackney E9 or The Druggies Next Door. In 2012, The Gate were invited to film an episode at the Instititute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London.

Arlo Yates’ poems - or ‘pomes’ as he calls them - tell stories of everyday life with his family at home and at The Gate in an amalgam of black humour and wordplay.

An integral part of Yates’ work is his music. Alongside his own songwriting with band projects Kick Me UglyThee Roll Mops or I love Women, he also collaboratively ran the now-legendary blog ‘Peter Kemp’s Record Reviews’ until Kemp’s recent death earlier this year.

Yates’ book of poetry Bopping Drollocks is handmade in a limited edition and will be presented at No Country For Odd Poets.

 

'ARLO'S TATTOO' – VIDEO DRAMA

A Mini Movie Down Syndrome Awareness Special:
Arlo has two sons and decides to raise money for Small Steps. Mary draws, Ashley shouts and Jackie shoots.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qN0nMYNdec

 

THEE ROLL MOPS

https://soundcloud.com/thee-roll-mops

 

ART AT ‘THE GATE’

http://artatthegate.blogspot.de/

 

PETER KEMP’S RECORD REVIEWS

http://peterkempsrecordreviews.blogspot.co.uk/

 

 

 

COMIN’ UP. ugliness in full on colour in the last moments before the end is not at night:
SHELTERS, SHACKS, AND SHANTIES 
Anna McCarthy
Galerie Esther Donatz Munich
Opening 12th September 2014
Aug 21, 2014 / 7 notes

COMIN’ UP. ugliness in full on colour in the last moments before the end is not at night:

SHELTERS, SHACKS, AND SHANTIES

Anna McCarthy

Galerie Esther Donatz Munich

Opening 12th September 2014

Aug 14, 2014 / 7 notes

photos from the “suck my successful lipstick tour”with tagar and rebecca erin moran – wolfart rotterdam, extrapool nijmegen, glasmoog cologne

Aug 14, 2014 / 7 notes

Shooting mit Das Weiße Pferd an der Theresienwiese unterhalb der Bavaria!

Gestern, 12. August 1974:

Das Weiße Pferd ruft die MÜNCHNER FREIHEIT an der Theresienwiese unterhalb der Bavaria aus.

Das Cover zur LP entsteht…

Das MÜNCHNER FREIHEIT Album Image Team:

Fotos: Stefane Gruber

Make Up / Facelifting: Illustrella

Making-Of Film: Anton Kaun

Art director: Anna McCarthy


just finished brand new tribute to eno artwork for the band candelilla “heart mutter” live tape
https://www.facebook.com/gruppecandelilla
Aug 13, 2014 / 2 notes

just finished brand new tribute to eno artwork for the band candelilla “heart mutter” live tape

https://www.facebook.com/gruppecandelilla

trickster presents: PERFORGY! a mixed cast in a spur-of-the-moment-mumbo-jumbo: REBEKKA ERIN MORAN ANNA McCARTHY TAGAR IEKE TRINKS  MARIELLE VERDIJK DJ HOEKBOUD Kastelein VON SECHS& Very Possible Other Guests! free entrance, cheap beer, improvised set… zaterdag 9 augustus  WOLFART projectspaces wolfartstraat 25 rotterdamhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/38776706637/?fref=ts
Aug 9, 2014 / 4 notes

trickster presents:

PERFORGY!
a mixed cast in a spur-of-the-moment-mumbo-jumbo:

REBEKKA ERIN MORAN
ANNA McCARTHY
TAGAR
IEKE TRINKS
MARIELLE VERDIJK
DJ HOEKBOUD
Kastelein VON SECHS
& Very Possible Other Guests!

free entrance, cheap beer, improvised set…

zaterdag 9 augustus
WOLFART projectspaces
wolfartstraat 25 rotterdam
https://www.facebook.com/
groups/38776706637/?fref=ts

Aug 7, 2014 / 3 notes
DAMENKAPELLE do holiday
by luzi illustrella
Aug 1, 2014 / 4 notes

DAMENKAPELLE do holiday

by luzi illustrella

This weekend: Dancing with Peitschenfrau + Manu Rzytki + Rebecca Erin Moran for TOM WU and deejaying in Fluc, Vienna at Cheree Cheree on Saturday 2nd August
collage by luzi illustrella
Jul 31, 2014 / 3 notes

This weekend: Dancing with Peitschenfrau + Manu Rzytki + Rebecca Erin Moran for TOM WU and deejaying in Fluc, Vienna at Cheree Cheree on Saturday 2nd August

collage by luzi illustrella

Jul 29, 2014 / 3 notes

Today: Screening of my 40 min film “Killing Bored Rebels in Other Places – Whatever you do do not mix the colors” from the series Bored Rebels  in the circus tent Viehhof Kino, Munich. Tumblingerstr. 29
with live music by Tagar and presence of main protagonist Rebecca Erin Moran.
Read review of film by Pico be here: http://outlandempire.blogspot.de/2012/12/texte-zu-filmen-killing-bored-rebels-in.html


This weekend: Dancing for TOM WU and deejaying in Fluc, Vienna at Cheree Cheree on the 2nd August

Next week: A performance/film night at Extrapool/Knust Nijmegen Holland on the 8th August

Rebekka Erin Moran – Laboratory aim density 
"suck my successful lipstick"
featuring
Marielle Verdijk
Tagar
Anna McCarthy

A film set, a director cinematographer, a set builder, the subjects in a semi-directed / semi-improv situation. The set unravels into an undefined non-narrative with the models Tagar and Anna McCarthy creating noise music and holding speeches whilst MarielleVerdijk builds improvised manipulative sets.  Director and cinematographer Rebekka shoots live 16mm film with color bars and gray scale cards; both a screen test and a technical test for the printer to register color and density of a film.  A rehearsal for an unfinished piece.
The performance is an extract from a series of films being produced by US-American Rejkjavik-based artist Rebecca Erin Moran whilst travelling through Holland and Germany this summer. The resulting sequential film will be exhibited in Iceland at the end of this year.

Jul 27, 2014 / 1 note

groupshow gestern in greenpoint:

Saturday 26th July 2014
8-10pm
681 Morgan Ave, Greenpoint, NYC

BAR DREI

stephan tcherepnin, ben morgan cleveland,
jo robertson, ed lehan, dan mitchell,
nicolas ceccaldi, marie karlberg, kari rittenbach,
jamie stevens, maggie lee, are weapons,
monika senz, patricia i boyd,
ben waller, matt haley, rhianna turnbull, merlin carpenter,
anna mccarthy, mathew malouf, manuela gernedel,
morag keil, lena tutunjian, harry burke & more tbc

“WHEN he died in 1983, Anthony Blunt was probably among the most famous spies in the world. At various times, before Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher exposed him in the House of Commons in 1979, he had been Sir Anthony Blunt (he was stripped of his knighthood in 1979), an art historian of the premier rank, the world’s leading authority on Poussin, director of the Courtauld Institute in London, Surveyor of the Queen’s Pictures and a core member in the infamous ring of espionage agents now known as the
Cambridge Conspiracy, which the Russians had ingeniously laced through the upper levels of British society and Government in the 30’s and 40’s.

The Cambridge Conspiracy was an intelligence operation established for recruiting idealistic young leftists in the British elite universities to be covert agents of influence, subversion and espionage in the British establishment they were preparing to enter. Having operated throughout the majority of the decades comprising the Cold War, Blunt was the sole member of his cohort to remain in the United Kingdom, forgoing defection by cooperating with authorities.

How Blunt came to lead his life of duplicity, especially in view of his great intellectual distinction, is a still largely unanswered question to which the common answer - that Blunt saw himself as a secret soldier in the war for the working class - is not very satisfactory, as the details of his biography make abundantly clear. His comrade in treason Kim Philby once remarked that the first job of a secret agent is to develop his cover personality. Blunt’s cover personality was that of a genteel, discreetly homosexual, almost invisibly Marxist esthete and scholar. Wearing this mask, he performed indisputably distinguished work, playing a significant role in shaping the discourse of art history.

Perhaps, in the end, the mask became the face, but behind it swarmed very different passions. These included a rigid resistance to the large emotions, covering a deeper current of fastidious rage and an almost pathological snobbery (which Communism more assisted than inhibited), along with an obsession with the working-class men whom he used for sex. Though he was noted for demanding the most exacting standards of scholarly accuracy, his life swam in falsehood.

His one visit to East Berlin, incidentally, filled him with distaste. The prospect of exile there terrified him. He worshipped the Royals, fearing especially the contempt of the Queen Mother. He drank like a fish.

So this is interesting.”

Matt Haley 8/26/14

Jul 26, 2014 / 7 notes

new DAMENKAPELLE 10” handmade covers available today at Schamoni Film & Musik stand at Puch Open Air
and we look forward to seeing LIVE! brothers Das Weiße Pferd + Jaki Liebezeit !
https://www.facebook.com/136729598093/photos/a.181218698093.122733.136729598093/10152579814078094/?type=1&theater