artfilmperformance - experimental film event TOMORROW, May 3, 7, and 27

From: Mitsu Hadeishi (email suppressed)
Date: Tue May 02 2006 - 04:51:11 PDT

Bronx: Wednesday, May 3, 6pm-9pm
Bronx: Sunday, May 7th, 7pm-10pm
Tribeca: Saturday, May 27th, 7pm-10pm

The next Synthetic Zero events will be part of the CONVERSIONs series, partly
sponsored by the Bronx Council on the Arts. We will have experimental film,
music, a live life-size puppet show, and visual art.

Bronx Location: The Green Corner, NW corner of Lincoln Ave and Bruckner Blvd,
Bronx (space kindly donated by Bronx environmentalist Harry Bubbins of the
Friends of Brook Park - event is free, but there will be a donation bowl at
the Bronx events, proceeds to go to Friends of Brook Park, ). See directions below.

Tribeca location: 104 Franklin St, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10013, space kindly
provided by Temboo - See map below.


McCloud Zicmuse - Le Ton Mité
        amazing one-man band of fascinating music (Tribeca show)
the AUDIO GRUPPE / Berlin : performances with electroacoustic Clothes
        (Bronx on Sunday only)
Imagination Explosion - life-size puppetry (All three events)
Yoko Kikuchi - girl punk rock (Tribeca, possibly also Bronx events)
Marianna Ellenberg and Jeremy Novak of DYMAXION - live music/multimedia
(Tribeca only)

Experimental Film:

Alyse Emdur - "We Love Lloyd" - New York, NY
Chris Coleman - "Modern Times"
Diran Lyons and Jesse Wilson - "California Excursions" -
Jeremy Newman - "Paper Cranes" - Princeton, NJ
Joon Sung - "Touch the Strings" - Bowling Green, KY
Josh Weinstein - "Cross-Examination" - Brooklyn, NY
Meg Duguid - "Clown" - Brooklyn, NY
Lili White - "Cloudgate" -
Paul Amlehn - "Loakal", Part 1
Luke Lamborn - "square millimeter of opportunity" - Syracuse, NY -
Michael Betancourt - "Prima Materia" - Des Moines, IA -
Myriam Thyes - "Ascension" - Dusseldorf, Germany -
Tristan Pfund - "Vertige" - Geneva, Switzerland -
Marianna Ellenberg - "The Psychotropic Alphabet from Z to Z" - Brooklyn, NY
Mac McKean - "Head Up" - Brooklyn, NY -
Gigi Ng - "A Hand on the Doorknob of Greatness: The Ever-Changing Form of
Things" - Boston, MA
Heather Willems - New York, NY


Damali Abrams - collage - Queens, NY
Mikhail Gubin - paintings - New York, NY
Nicole Miller - paintings - New York, NY
Amy Sinclair - installation - New York, NY
Linda Cunningham - sculpture - Bronx, NY -
Dmitry Gubin - paintings - New York, NY -
Rowena Dale S. Mohammed - paintings - Bronx, NY -
Mike Saijo - paintings - New York, NY
Rebecca Hackemann - photography - New York, NY -
Nora Herting - photography - New York, NY -
Betty T. Kao - paintings - Brooklyn, NY

Mott Haven is only 20 minutes from Union Square.


The Bronx space is on the NW corner of Bruckner Blvd and Lincoln Avenue:,+Bronx,+NY

The actual address is 11 Lincoln Avenue, but Mapquest and Google Maps display
the position incorrectly --- the above map shows the actual location of the


The space is 20 minutes from Union Square. From Manhattan, 4-5 train to 125th,
transfer to 6 (the 4 also runs on the 6 track on Sunday, so be sure to
transfer to the 6), one stop to 3rd Ave/138th. Walk west 1 block or less to
Lincoln Avenue
(3rd Avenue also crosses there, so don't cross the street), walk 5 blocks
south on Lincoln Ave, and it's
on the NW corner of Lincoln and Bruckner. If you end up at 138th and Grand
Concourse by mistake, walk east, past the KFC, right on Lincoln Avenue (just
past 3rd Avenue), south
5 blocks to Bruckner, and it's on the NW corner.


From Manhattan: FDR to Willis Avenue bridge, left at fork, left on 138th. left
onto Alexander Avenue,
right on Bruckner Blvd, one block to the corner of Lincoln Avenue. From I-87
(Major Deegan): Madison Avenue/138th exit, left on 138th, take a right on
3rd Ave, stay right, go right of the bridge (not onto the bridge), left at end
of street, to end of the bridge ramp, space is on the NW corner of that
intersection. From I-278 (Bruckner): get on I-87N (Major Deegan), off at
Willis Ave, stay on 135th (go straight), left onto Alexander Avenue, right on
Bruckner Blvd, one block to the corner of Lincoln Avenue.

Phone: 718-401-9347


If you are interested in exhibiting or know people who might want to show
their work at a future event (film, video, visual art, performance, dance, or
music), please email (address suppressed)

If you wish to submit film/video for a future event, please mail it to:

Mitsu Hadeishi
220 E 134th St #5A
Bronx, NY 10451

Preferred formats are DVD (PAL or NTSC) and VHS (NTSC only). DV tape is also
acceptable, but not preferred.

Please forward this to your friends and email lists!


Mitsu Hadeishi
email suppressed
718-401-9347 / 718-772-4961 (cell)

For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.