You Are In Nearly Every Future – A/V Performance

By flatsitter, March 23, 2015

On March 20, 2015, Flatsitter took over the Squeaky Wheel microcinema and hosted a digital seance celebrating the Spring Equinox.

TWO BACK-to-BACK PERFORMANCES (3/20): 6:00pm & 8:00pm

▷ ▷ ▷ $5 suggested donation

▵▼▵▼ “Imagine songs made out of fog….”▵▼▵▼

Flatsitter teams up with Noah Falck, Tommy Nguyen, Jim Abramson, Frank Napolski, and Liz Bayan for a live performance that includes poetry, music, projections, and dance.

YOU ARE IN NEARLY EVERY FUTURE is a book-length poem by Noah Falck. The performance of this text will be presented by Falck on top of layers of processed audio by Flatsitter with special guests Frank Napolski and Jim Abramson and an accompanying dance performance — starring artist Liz Bayan — featuring choreography from Jax Deluca and costumes designed by Tommy Nguyen.

The performance is scheduled for March 20th to coincide with the Spring Equinox, and is conceived as a collective moment to mark the passing of this ice-steeped winter — a harsh reality of our existence in this grand city.

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What will or will not
let you in. A large percentage of
winter craves the dark. The sky.
A bruise of ghosts in the baby’s first dream.
Some primed rainfall in the changing light
of a foreign city framed. You start off
with everything you need
and then everything happens.
A pack of teenagers storm the alleyway
as an encore. Your mixtape is on repeat
in heaven and in heaven there is only
the right kind of dancing.
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