This Saturday, November 27, we’re wrapping up the exhibition portion of #TheSocialGraph with a listening party for Paddy Johnson’s “Sound of Art” vinyl … festivities take place 6-9pm.
Yes, you may have been to the Sound of Art launch party, bought the t-shirts, even won the Candyass football (oh wait, that was just me) but there’s more, did anyone actually listen to the damn thing? Yeah, we heard the remixes but we want to hear it through in all it’s bizarre zaniness (we’re guessing at this point).
So, Saturday night as we bid adieu to the social media art show at Outpost with a listening party that will invite you to brace yourself while we hear the whole damn thing from start to finish … thankfully we’ll also be enjoying refreshments. As an added bonus, the party starts at 6pm and Man Bartlett’s “#24hKith” (2010) performance ends at 7pm, so you’ll get to watch the conclusion of one of his signature 24h performances with fellow art lovers before enjoying the beats or crashes or scratches or heart beats … honestly, we’re not sure.
If you’re wondering what all the fuss about #TheSocialGraph is all about, check out the exhibition page and hope to see you in Bushwick (Halsey L stop) this Saturday!
What? Closing Party & Sound of Art Listening Party
When? Saturday, November 27 from 6-9pm
Where? Outpost, 1665 Norman Street, Ridgewood/Bushwick (between Wyckoff & Cypress Aves)
Why? Cuz you love beer, beats, and badass art.
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