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Sunday October 14th 2018

06:00 PM until 12:00 AM

CI18 Wknd: 3577 Member Show + snakeeyes Release Party

a/v night
3577 Studios 3577 Bigelow Pittsburgh
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To cap off the 2018 Carnegie International opening weekend, 3577 Studios invites you to join us for a Sunday night cool-down. Tour the studios, meet the artists, and check out work spanning film/video, sculpture, digital art, print/photography, robotics, performance, sound and related research. Followed by a release party for NYC/London-based musician & performer snakeeyes.

4-7pm, 3577 Member Show, FREE, +Food/Drink

7-11pm, snakeeyes Exp Release Party, co-presented by girlFx
$7 ticket before 6:30pm, $10 ticket after - all proceeds go to the artists performing & running the show

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7:30pm slowdanger
slowdanger (Anna Thompson and Taylor Knight) fuse sound and movement through improvised and postmodern dance frameworks. They have presented at Springboard Danse Montreal, Carnegie Museum of Art and Andy Warhol Museum. Dance Magazine named slowdanger one of the ‘25 to Watch’ for 2018.

8:30pm flower.messiah
Inspired by pan-africanism, flower.messiah mixes a blend of the cultural and political contributions of black people across the african diaspora. Weave seamlessly through a trance of afro-house and hip-hop and the words of leaders and cultural workers that champion struggle and beauty of afro-diasporic culture.

9:30pm SnakeeyeS
snakeeyes is a multidisciplinary Indigenous American artist/performer based in NYC/London.

visuals by Char Stiles & Lukas Hermann

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ATONATON is a research studio inventing better ways to communicate with machines.

Danny Bracken
Danny Bracken is an artist and composer whose creative practice explores technological change and its impact on our perceptions and experiences of the people and places that surround us.

Sofia Caetano
Sofia is a filmmaker who works between the flatness of the cinema screen and the spaciousness of its relationship with installation, concentrating on the works’ affair with the spectator - her work is, existentially, more or less comedic.

Kevin Clancy
Kevin Clancy is a Pittsburgh-based interdisciplinary artist who creates accumulative process-based installations, nomadic social spaces, and prismatic light environments that provide momentary glimpses into utopic possibilities.

Lauren Goshinski
Lauren Goshinski is a music & new media art curator and DJ. She is co-founder of Pittsburgh’s VIA Festival and gFx collective, resident at Hot Mass, and guest curator of the 2019 New Forms Festival in Vancouver, BC.

Steve Gurysh
Steve Gurysh is an artist who combines research, object-making, and technological processes to investigate economies of energy and transformation through the parallel histories of science, art, and popular culture.

Elina Malkin
Elina Malkin is a multi-disciplinary artist who works across film/video, photography/digital print media, and installation.

sarah huny young
sarah huny young is a creative director and visual artist primarily documenting and exalting Black womanhood through photography-based portraiture, digital collage, and video.

Jake Marsico
Jakob Marsico is an interaction designer and creative technologist. He runs Ultra Low Res Studio, an arts-engineering firm that works with real estate developers, architects and event organizers to design and build dynamic, experiential installations that integrate with the built environment.

Elliot Sheedy
Elliot Sheedy is a music producer and filmmaker; he often embodies the protagonist within the formalist narrative constructions of his work – the genres bridge crooner, pop-star minimalism, cinematic art-house, and grand opera.

Barbara Weissberger
Barbara Weissberger is an artist who makes sculptures she photographs, prints her photographs on fabric she sews, and uses anything at hand to create images and objects that strain recognition and perception, belief and doubt.

Alex Young
Alex Young is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, and curator whose research based practice employs critical and experimental historiography in exploring the motivating factors and end results—and the subsequent potential for disconnection between the two—in the construction of the built environment.

ABOUT: 3577 Studios is a 6000 sq. ft. artist run muti-purpose space located in Pittsburgh's Polish Hill neighborhood.

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CI18 Wknd: 3577 Member Show + snakeeyes Release Party