Thursday, August 13, 2009

Freakie Outie @ Eastern Expansion

Freakie Outie @ Eastern Expansion

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Eastern Expansion is pleased to host Freakie Outie for a one night only performance August 14, 2009 from 7-9pm

Referencing peep shows and iPod commercials, Freakie Outie is a window-based performance installation which ties together personal electronics, affect, pop music and sensoral memory. Four performers at a time are contained within the boundary of a storefront window, with sets of headphones dangling from the top of the exterior. Each performer wears a uniform consisting of a green sensible sweater and khaki slacks. Each pair of headphones, one for the performer and one available for a viewer, is connected to one audio source playing a pop song selected by the performer. The performer rocks out to the pop song they have selected in a manner normally only practiced in a private space, as he or she would do in front of a mirror or in their bedroom at home. Viewers are welcome to listen to a set of headphones along the performance boundary for as little or as long as they like, or not at all. Freakie Outie is a study in personal connectivity to pop music which discusses the fine line between what makes one rock out and what doesn’t.

Eastern Expansion
244 W 31st Street

2 comments:

Julie said...

Four performers at a time are contained within the boundary of a storefront window..
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Jenifer said...

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