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An Evening in Celebration of Phill Niblock's 75th Birthday
TRIBUTE TO PHILL NIBLOCK
Wednesday, October 1 at 7:30
ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES
32 SECOND AVENUE NEW YORK, NY 10003; (212) 505-5181 fax (212) 477-2714
Anthology presents an evening in celebration of intermedia composer, artist and pillar of the downtown arts community Phill Niblock, on the night before he turns 75. A multitude of artists from among the hundreds Niblock has worked with, produced or befriended over his forty-plus-year career in the art and contemporary music world will present brief interventions in tribute to his life and oeuvre. Ranging from live performances in dance, poetry and music, to film and video works, to recorded music or performance, this promises to be a truly one-of-a-kind intermedia night.
Participants include many musicians, performers, writers and media artists, among them: Elaine Summers, Gerd Stern, Sally Gross, Sally Silvers + Bruce Andrews, Anne Tardos, Steve Dalachinsky + Okkyung Lee, Yuko Otomo, Jozef Cseres, Thomas Buckner, Jens Brand + Dan Evans Farkas + Ben Manley + Volker Straebel, hans w. koch + Bettina Wenzel, David First + Tom Hamilton, Shelley Hirsch + Ursula Scherrer, Alan Licht + Andrew Lampert, Micheal J Schumacher, Dave Gearey, Jim Staley, David Watson + Matt Welch, Alexandra Dementieva, Esther Venrooy, Robert Poss, Elliot Sharp + Janene Higgins, Chris Mann, Mary Jane Leach, Irina Danilova, Peter Shapiro, Astrid Klein, Katherine Liberovskaya + Al Margolis + Michael Delia ...
Organized by Katherine Liberovskaya with help from Al Margolis and Peter Shapiro.
To request an image or further information about Phill Niblock, please email Stephanie Gray: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Anthology Film Archives: Founded in 1970, Anthology's mission is to exhibit, preserve, collect documentation about, and promote public and scholarly understanding of independent, classic, and avant-garde cinema. Anthology screens more than 900 film and video programs per year, publishes books and catalogs annually, and has preserved more than 700 films to date.
Directions: Anthology is at 32 Second Ave. at 2nd St. Subway: F or V to 2nd Ave; 6 to Bleecker.
Tickets: $8 for adults, $6 for students & seniors; $5 for members.