heARTS Aligned

hearts aligned reinert 2010There's an interesting show featuring two great singers this Saturday at Bread and Jam. Katie Haverly and Ashley Pond will be performing a set guided by art.

OK, maybe this will explain heARTS Aligned better:

Over the course of two months, visual artists [Eugene] Falco and [Nick] Reinert created dozens of "song-cards" (four by six inch durable paper) inspired by Haverly and Pond's music and songs. They immersed themselves in the songwriters' work and transferred their visual interpretations onto the song-cards using a variety of mediums including ink and acrylic.
Falco and Reinert's song-cards will be given away in a lottery drawing. The lottery system determines who wins each card, which in turn structures Haverly and Pond's set-lists, as they perform round-robin style beneath the enlarged and projected images of their songs.

We went to last year's heARTS Aligned show (featuring Matthew Loiacono and Matt Durfee) -- it was fun and laid back. If you've never been to Bread and Jam, this is a good opportunity to check out the cozy Cohoes space and see two excellent performers.

The show starts at 8pm. It's $5.

image: Nick Reinert

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