September « 2003 « Rise Industries | Interdisciplinary projects since 1999

posted by on 2003.09.30, under Uncategorized

Michele’s video uncertainties will be shown in the Video 825 screening on Saturday, October 4 from 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. at MAK DAY Seen and Heard in LA.

The MAK Center for Art and Architecture opens its doors annually for a free community day highlighting the diverse selection of cultural offerings in the city.  MAK Day 2003, Seen and Heard in L.A., focuses on alternative arts venues and their unique role in shaping the cultural life of Los Angeles. In light of current cutbacks in funding for the arts, it is imperative that the local community becomes aware of and supports the cultural resources in their neighborhood.  Scheduled events include performances, screenings, children?s workshops, talks and readings from a variety of Los Angeles area arts organizations.  Refreshments will be served throughout the day and visitors will be able to tour the famed Schindler House and view the current MAK Center exhibition, Schindler’s Paradise: Architectural Resistance.  

A panel discussion inspired by the recently published volume, The Sons and Daughters of Los: Culture and Community in LA, will be the centerpiece of late afternoon activities.  The book, published by Temple University Press, explores popular culture produced by everyday people and the arts organizations that support these efforts.  Editor David James and other contributors to the book will be available for a book signing and discussion at the end of the day.

posted by on 2003.09.23, under Uncategorized

I didnt much like this story, except for this fucking great quote – “Wyclef Jean comes out and then there’s real applause. I wonder who he is. He announces that he is drinking cranberry juice and Grand Marnier. It’s like he’s trying to simultaneously cure and inflict a urinary tract infection.”

But you can read the whole thing anyway. Unless you are a writer, you might get bored like I did.

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posted by on 2003.09.22, under Uncategorized

The new hit single Three Chords by Crocket the Ironmonger has been released to the public – download it for free here. ++++

posted by on 2003.09.22, under Uncategorized

Galileo gone, after 14 years. Operators told it to take a nose dive into the closest planet. ++++

Check out the galleries of photos from the explorer while it was up an running (yeah, in the sidebar there).

posted by on 2003.09.22, under Uncategorized

Tim Devin likes the way the streets are getting fixed.

“in my peaceful moods, I stop and admire the patches’ beauty. The loops and waves and erratic shapes. The way they fade out, or stop abruptly. Sometimes they remind me of graffiti, or Arabic, or maybe some language from the Horsehead Nebula, transmitted only to road-workers, and only in their sleep”

He brings us the Street-Patch-Job Documentation Project. ++++

posted by on 2003.09.18, under Uncategorized

fucktheindustry

posted by on 2003.09.18, under Uncategorized

my friend just finished a new site for a photographer. flash stuff, very low key. a lot happening in the backend for those who care. nice images of aforementioned off road/cross country action in the portfolio. ####

also, another friend is having a show at Providence College tonight. her recent work is instruments with body parts integrated into them. should be a good time. no photos as of yet.

posted by on 2003.09.16, under Uncategorized

Coming up in just 10 days…

Interchange – An evening of interactive performance and installation – will feature music, sound, video and installations which depend upon the involvement of the viewer.

Interchange will feature performances by:

Akira Rabelais & Rise Industries (Michele Jaquis & Jeremy Quinn)

Josh Russell, Civyiu Kkliu, Ilya Monosov & D. Jean Hester

and

Adam Overton

As well as installations by:

Glenn Bach and D. Jean Hester.

When?

Friday, September 26, 2003

Doors open at 7:30

Performances begin at 8:00

Installations can be viewed before and after the performances, and during intermission.

Where?

@Melrose Light Space

7600 Melrose Blvd., Los Angeles

Building located at the southwest corner of Melrose & Curson.

$10 / $5 with a Valid Student ID

Tickets available at the door.

For more information on Interchange – please see

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posted by on 2003.09.16, under Uncategorized

Ethan has TIVO, but I don’t know if it has come to this for him too yet. It is, however, always there to greet you when you walk in the door. ++++

posted by on 2003.09.16, under Uncategorized

I love old arcade cabinets – I had seen this page quite a while ago, and then lost its URL, thanks to K10K for posting it again. Marker rendering rule!Atari Industrial Design

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