The Critical Wake of Makemake

The Critical Wake of Makemake @ Fountain Enterprises
1261 Dundas St West, Toronto
an exhibition by Kathleen Reichelt and performance by art noise band 253469
Opening Party Thursday December 15, 2011 
9 pm

The Critical Wake of Makemake is an imagined manifestation conjured through abstraction and the yet un-realized vessel moving towards antirealism.  It is a fictional understanding communicated through a state of constant becoming.  It is created in order to claim its rightful place in the present.  The inheritance is colour and transparency, rituals and rites of masks, concealment and revealing.  Metaphors are forms as openings and objects conveying the relationships of struggle, power, ease and awkwardness through overlapping and propinquity.  Power can be seen as European realism still trumping other cultural, individual and philosophical alternatives.  Abstraction can be seen as the rejection to this that it was 70 years ago.

The Critical Wake of Makemake is also a live performance by the art noise band 253469 starting at 9pm on Thursday December 15th, using absurdist lyrics, analogue and digital synthesizers and a loud electric stick guitar.
Exhibition runs 12.15.11 - 01.25.12

Quiet & Loud Art Noise Band

The 253469 Experimental Audio Project continues:

JULY 21, 2011
303 Augusta Ave in Kensington Market, Toronto
10:30 PM
as part of Transcendental Mirror

253469 Experimental Shooting

Summer shooting begins.
Actors, performers, artists should contact if interested
in performing for the camera.

Brooke Stubbings & Ian Malone Outdoor Studio Shoot for
"Black Clouds"

Shooting with Amber Dawn Scott at Lake Ontario

Climbing the Pink Tree

Climbing the Pink Tree exhibition, screening, live audio, installation and performance opens Saturday March 19th at 9PM.

photo:  Mylissa Prisner

The main space will show the premier screening of "The Tree That Makes Me Laugh" by Wesley Rickert (10 minutes), with improvised live audio performance. Also in the main space, an installation performance by the Goddess of Pink Dreams Amber Dawn Scott. In the front windows, "Chopping the pink tree" is an installation by Wesley Rickert. 

Above:  Henry Benvenuti exhibition, October 2009