Please join us for our next Watershed movie screening on Wednesday, June 26, hosted by the IDAWRA. The movie night will be in Boise, Idaho at The Flicks, and there will be a reception on the patio prior to the film at 6:00pm. The film starts at 7:00pm, followed by a discussion in the theater. Give us a shout out if you can make it.
Academy Award-nominated director Sam Green performs his new “live documentary,” The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller, with legendary indie rockers Yo La Tengo on June 21 at 5pm as part of the Solid Sound Festival at Mass Moca. As Sam cues images from a laptop and narrates the film on stage, Yo La Tengo performs the film’s original score right beside him. This is a not to be missed event. Do you have your tickets?
I’m excited to announce that I’ll be performing two new, short pieces as part of the River to River Festival later this month. The show is June 20th at 9pm on the East River Esplanade, Pier 15.
I’ll be screening two new “live documentary” pieces: Love Letter to the Fog, a meditation on fog, grief, and the sublime in San Francisco, with Brooklyn-based musicians The Quavers; as well as The Biggest-Smallest, a poem about fate and the outer contours of human experience, with NYC band yMusic. The performance is part of a series curated by the wonderful Laurie Anderson.
You can read more about the project on the River to River website. Come check it out if you’re in NYC!