COMMUNITY OF LIGHT
Saturday, December 14th, 2013
A Night of Experimental, Psych, Drone, Kosmische music with Live Visuals.
Community of Light is a collective of artists & musicians working in the post kraut cosmic drone continuum which was initiated by Mr. Robert Fludd and has come to full fruition in the Twenty-First Century in various forms. Specifically; as pursuers of the Light, which is often called Darkness, and a sound we call silence (with a method called Night Vision).
One critic of note has said of the community : Community of Light reconceives a music that has for a long time been gathered from the invisible and most ancient of all communities, which has been in existence since the creation of the Cosmos, and will be with us through the end of time. Their music is highly influenced by krautrock, psychedelic, ambient, british folk, electronic and experimental and avant garde music.
COMMUNITY OF LIGHT: 9PM
MOUNT ANALOGUE: 8:30PM
TONY WATTS & MICHAEL MALINSKI: 8:00PM sharp
AMBIENT SOUND/VISUAL PERFORMANCE: 10pm
VIDEO/SOUND PROJECTIONS throughout the night
THE ART HOUSE GALLERY & CULTURAL CENTER
Food, tea and beverages available
COMMUNITY OF LIGHT BIO
Matthew Swiezynski is an abstract film-maker and musician based in Oakland California. He currently operates the record label Invisible Birds, which issues music and dvds by artists who work with abstraction, the environment, bird life, and the spiritual in art. He is a member of the Ingenting Kollektiva with Tarrl Lightowler and has also released some solo recordings.
Michael Malinski (aka michael michael), originally trained in traditional darkroom fine art photography, has expanded into studies & works in paper making, ink drawing, jewelry design & construction, and music. His work, often based on dreams and subconscious states, has shown in solo & group exhibitions in and around Chicago, New York, Tucson and San Francisco. He currently resides in Cherryland.
Chi Yun is a visual artist, painter, designer and electronic ambient musician who moved to Oakland after residing in Brooklyn for many years. Her work has been shown in group exhibitions in New York and is based on geometric abstraction, surrealism, mysticism and shamanism.