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WOAH is a creative agency and artist hub transforming off-the-grid spaces with out-of-the-box ideas and ephemeral, site-specific projects. Working in tandem with artists, multimedia brands, and property owners to orient pedestrian activity and create experiential environments in unexpected places, WOAH provides artist and project management in Los Angeles and Houston.
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EVENT

AUDIODROME: VOl 1. - Terminal Vortex - A Visionary Collision of Film, Live Music & Video Art


Dates:
Thu May 21, 2015 19:30 - Thu May 21, 2015

Location:
Los Angeles, California
United States of America

Introducing AUDIODROME: a new playground for presenting forward-thinking audiovisual remixes. Presented by WOAH and Tigerbeat6, the event series debuts at The Cinefamily, with Vol 1: Terminal Vortex. The first iteration doubles as a platform for new audiovisual cohabitations and as the official record release soiree for Kid606’s latest beats on Tigerbeat6. Synthesizing audio infusers alongside purveying animators and video artists, AUDIODROME pushes live-score events into an unexplored territory for experimentation and permeation. Like the highly original and stylized productions of Kid606, AUDIODROME utilizes the ‘mash-up’ as both content and springboard for elaboration— refiguring ‘live-score’ schematics into an unprecedented realm where audiovisual paradigms take form. >Reserve tickets
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—live A/V performances from—
Kid 606 x Alex Pelly x Kate Parsons
Anenon
KrOn

—premieres of new A/V works from—
Adam Ferris
Cristopher Cichocki[=url]
Eric Parren
Jeanette Bonds
Johnny Woods
Suzy Poling



EVENT

BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) - LA III


Dates:
Thu Sep 25, 2014 20:00 - Fri Sep 26, 2014

Location:
Los Angeles, California
United States of America

Image courtesy Sam Newell

WOAH (We Open Art Houses) and mobile broadcast studio Experimental Half-Hour team up with multidisciplinary artist complex Werkärtz to host the latest edition of BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) Los Angeles.

Lighting-up with projections from over 20 LA-based experimental animators, video and sound frequency artists, BYOB-LA III showcases mind bending visuals alongside live performances throughout the night. A one-night audio-and-visual celebration, join us Thursday, September 25th, 2014 from 8pm-12am at Werkärtz in downtown LA’s Arts District.

-projections from-
Adam Ferriss
Akiko Yamashita
Alex Benzer
Alex Pelly
Alex Tarrant
Globodigital
Jennifer Juniper Stratford
Kate Parsons
Matt Hebermehl x James DrZ
Mike Harrison
Miko Revereza
Nu Speed
Sam Newell
Sharsten
Shelley Holcomb
The Great Nordic Sword Fights
Theo Trian
Trip x Jenna Wattl
Vince McKelvie
Whitney Gibson

-performances from-
Twin Braids
The Urxed
matthewdavid
White Rainbow

-live broadcast x video synthesis by-
Experimental Half-Hour

-special thanks to our sponsors-
Lagunitas x Pabst for BYOB's FREE BEER!

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Werkärtz / STUDIO / LOS ANGELES
767 S Alameda, Building 2 #100
Los Angeles, CA 90021
*Located in downtown LA's Arts District next to the iconic American Apparel factory.

>More info.
>RSVP (plz): shelley@werkartz.com
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>Location Map.

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What is BYOB?
A worldwide series of one-night-exhibitions curated around the world, BYOB is an idea conceived by artist Rafaël Rozendaal, with the first iteration initiated by Anne de Vries and Rozendaal popping-up in Berlin, 2010. All BYOB's are archived online at byobworldwide.com.



EVENT

Try To Forget: A Group Show


Dates:
Sat Mar 08, 2014 20:00 - Sat Mar 22, 2014

Location:
Los Angeles, California
United States of America

In a world where the lines between IRL and URL dissolve through limitless manipulation, we function in communication networks as both alienated subject and mediated object. Virtually extended, representations of history, society, adolescence, youth, and ourselves are commonly perceived as lived experience.  Instruments and vessels of absorption, we inhabit an age where information and value, notions of private and public, as well as distinctions between the natural and the neutralized, collapse into meaningless noise.  Like the Internet itself, the visual and sound artists showcased here recode the past through rearranging fragments into new hybrid forms and futures. The beauty of this new habitat is juxtaposed in a political climate with recurring themes of corruption, immortality, violence, and the invasion of basic privacies.  Deeply entrenched in a lifestyle of manufactured need, looking back less than twenty years ago seems to unearth an eternity of waste.  Overloaded and overwhelmed, the only hope is to Try To Forget.

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|Digital| Natalie Hands, Anthony Antonellis, Rae Threat, Dave Hudson, Ian Aleksander Adams, Hush B Quiet, Terrell Davis, Bebe Bones, Jim Anderson, Spencer Keller, Marci Pinna, Mauzy Virginia, Carlos A Etchverry, Mattie Hillock, Tracy Clark
|Physical| Trevor Brolin, Jen Miller, Gabe Martinez, Rhys Jones, Nora Quinn, Sammy Wong, Eron Rauch, XE Davis, Trevor Treglia, Jimmy Swill, Rae Threat, Dorian Wood, Aria Maximillian, Crystal Brackett, James Marshall |Video| Molly Ryan, H. Martis, Estrid Lutz, Emile Mold, Logan Owlbeemoth (Tachyons+), Faith Holland, Vishal Nirvana |Audio + Performances| Crowhurst, Bastard Noise + Witches of Malibu, Breakdancing Ronald Reagan, Hive Mind, Endometrium Cuntplow, Derek Rogers (Circuit Rider) |Installation|Jay Gambit|Reading| Ian Dick Jones |Stage Design| Eron Rauch |Lighting Design| Obfuscated Visuals

|Presented by|
We Open Art Houses - WOAH | VCR | Almost Holden Collective

|Curated by| Jay Gambit


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Opening Reception 8pm-1am Saturday, March 8th
RSVP https://www.facebook.com/events/191293941079062/

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EVENT

Try To Forget: A Group Show


Dates:
Sat Mar 08, 2014 20:00 - Sat Mar 22, 2014

Location:
Los Angeles, California
United States of America

In a world where the lines between IRL and URL dissolve through limitless manipulation, we function in communication networks as both alienated subject and mediated object. Virtually extended, representations of history, society, adolescence, youth, and ourselves are commonly perceived as lived experience.  Instruments and vessels of absorption, we inhabit an age where information and value, notions of private and public, as well as distinctions between the natural and the neutralized, collapse into meaningless noise.  Like the Internet itself, the visual and sound artists showcased here recode the past through rearranging fragments into new hybrid forms and futures. The beauty of this new habitat is juxtaposed in a political climate with recurring themes of corruption, immortality, violence, and the invasion of basic privacies.  Deeply entrenched in a lifestyle of manufactured need, looking back less than twenty years ago seems to unearth an eternity of waste.  Overloaded and overwhelmed, the only hope is to Try To Forget.

|Digital + Multimedia| Obfuscated Visuals, Natalie Hands, Anthony Antonellis, Rae Threat, Dave Hudson, Ian Aleksander Adams, Hush B Quiet, Terrell Davis, Bebe Bones, Mattie Hillock, Jim Anderson, Spencer Keller, Trevor Brolin, Lydia Jones, Nora Quinn, Sammy Wong, Eron Rauch, Trevor Treglia, Jen Miller, Gabe Martinez, Jimmy Swill, XE Davis |Video| Molly Ryan, H. Martis, Estrid Lutz, Logan Owlbeemoth, Faith Holland |Audio| Crowhurst, Dorian Wood, Bastard Noise + Witches of Malibu, Breakdancing Ronald Reagan, Hive Mind, Circuit Rider, Endometrium Cuntplow |Installations + Soundscapes| Jay Gambit, James Marshall

Presented by We Open Art Houses-WOAH | VCR | Almost Holden Collective


Curated by Jay Gambit


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Opening Reception 8pm-1am Saturday, March 8th
RSVP>> https://www.facebook.com/events/191293941079062/


EVENT

Tunnel Vision


Dates:
Sat Oct 12, 2013 18:00 - Sat Oct 12, 2013

Location:
Los Angeles, California
United States of America

As the next installment of the Cypress Village Tunnel Art Walk, mobile retailer VCR (Vintage Contemporary Reconstructed) and floating art space WOAH (We Open Art Houses) present TUNNEL VISION, a one-night audiovisual event set within a former pedestrian passageway. Offering a space for communion and new experiences of telecommunication, TUNNEL VISION aims to create a temporary portal inducing expanded states of sensory awareness. Pooling audiovisual elements typically found in Los Angeles ‘undergrounds,’ TUNNEL VISION bridges experiential audio, light optics, and the in-between, to create a hypnotic experience of sight and sound, magic and transcendence. Underground live performances from Crowhurst, Josh Anzano, Leslie Dugger, and Josh Garza (Secret Machines & EFG). Overground DJ sets from Mor Elian(Dublab), Thomas K, and Nu Speed. Interactive installations and visuals from MAPJACKS Projection Mapping Crew, Klaus Pinter, Brian Decker, Daiana Feuer, Mark Mars, Nemo, INX, LURK, and Sammy Wong.

>> FREE ($5 suggested)

>>Happiest Hour beer provided by Lagunitas Brewing Co..

>>Image courtesy MAPJACKS Projection Mapping Crew