Electric Party Songs – 10/24 Industry City Distillery

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A flow of poetry in song and action based on texts of Allen Ginsberg, songs from the American South, and original compositions. 


October 24th, 8:30pm
Industry City Distillery Tasting Room
33 35th St., 6th Fl., Brooklyn
Co-presented by Holes in the Wall Collective

You can support this exciting month of programming by visiting HERE. See the full list of activities HERE.

Electric Party Songs is a flow of poetry in song and action, performed in different spaces and contexts: in bars, night clubs, hospitals, private homes, courtyards or gardens, in an informal and crowded context or in a space with a more intimate character, inviting and welcoming the spectators into close proximity to the center of the action. Every presentation of Electric Party Songs proposes a different selection and succession of performing materials, giving life each time to an unique and surprising encounter.

Electric Party Songs’ materials and actions are drawn from a deep well of material created by the Open Program’s members; some of the actions and the musical compositions that are utilized in Electric Party Songs are based on poetic texts by Allen Ginsberg; others stem from traditional African-American songs of the U.S. South. This work explores the ways these songs can trigger performative processes and their potentialities of catalyzing interactions.

How can this meeting — which can take the form of a recognizing of each other, a flash of remembering, a sense of familiarity — flow among the people present there and transform the quality of the space among them? When this content is shared, how do human relationships change?

See photos of Electric Party Songs and read more information HERE.

Poetic texts by Allen Ginsberg; Music by Open Program of the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards; Coordinated by Mario Biagini. For the Allen Ginsberg texts, Copyright © by the Allen Ginsberg Trust, used with permission of The Wylie Agency LLC.
http://www.theworkcenter.org www.drinkicd.com http://www.holesinthewallcollective.org
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