EMPAC fall 2013 season

Oneohtrix Point Never

Electronic music composer Oneohtrix Point Never (Daniel Lopatin) will be there September 12.

The slate for the fall 2013 season at EMPAC is now out. As usual, it includes a wide range of events -- performances, talks, screenings. And many of them are the sort of thing you wouldn't be able to catch somewhere else -- locally, and perhaps anywhere.

A compressed, quick-scan version of the fall schedule is post jump.

September 07: Ballard 3D / Kris Verdonk / OPEN STUDIO

September 11: The Beautiful Violent Futures of JG Ballard / Ursula Heise / TALK

September 12: Oneohtrix Point Never / PERFORMANCE

September 20: Open Core / Julien Maire / PERFORMANCE

September 21: Sublimation / Julien Maire / PERFORMANCE

September 24: How a Sausage Dog Works / Ewa Borysiewicz / TALK

September 25: Deconstructing Perception / Flip Phillips / TALK

September 27: Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then / Brent Green / SCREENING

October 01: Art and Archive / Laurie Anderson / DISCUSSION

October 02: Film / Directed by Alan Schneider + Ed Halter / SCREENING + TALK

October 04: A Primer in Sky Socialism / Directed by Ken Jacobs / SCREENING

October 09: Dance and Finance / Randy Martin / TALK

October 12: Young-Girl and Death / Bureau de l'APA / PERFORMANCE

October 19: Angola Project Trilogy / Jeremy Xido / PERFORMANCE

October 26: Nocturnes / William Basinski / PERFORMANCE

October 31: House (Hausu) / Directed by Nobuhiko Ôbayashi / SCREENING

November 02: Calder Quartet / PERFORMANCE

November 09: Mark Fell / PERFORMANCE

November 16: Small Narration / Wojtek Ziemilski / PERFORMANCE

November 20: Voices / Laurie Anderson / DISCUSSION

November 21: In the Mood for Love / Directed by Wong Kar Wai / SCREENING

November 22: Manuella Blackburn / PERFORMANCE

November 23: CIA / Wojtek Ziemilski / PERFORMANCE

December 05: Mulholland Drive / Directed by David Lynch / SCREENING

December 06: Craig Taborn + Vicky Chow / PERFORMANCE

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