E.S.P. TV #113: Lifestyle Guru Pt 2

IAN HATCHER
Tilt Up, Pan Left, E.S.P. TV, 2017, 2min8sec loop

Ian Hatcher performance mixed live to tape by Scott Kiernan and Victoria Keddie at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn NY, March 26, 2017
Produced by E.S.P. TV
Cameras: Julia Biasi, Lee Lichtsinn, Kit Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Hagerman

©2017 E.S.P. TV

       
     
E.S.P. TV # 112: "Lifestyle Guru" Pt. 1

BEN VIDA: "Soft Systems Music"
JILL KROESEN on how to survive a psychopathic president.

Taped live at Pioneer Works, Brooklyn NY; March 26, 2017 for "Lifestyle Guru" Closing Event for E.S.P. TV: "WORK"
Produced by E.S.P. TV (Scott Kiernan and Victoria Keddie)
Live mix by Scott Kiernan and Victoria Keddie
Cameras: Julia Biasi, Cat Tyc, Kit Fitzgerald, Jeffrey Hagerman, Lee Lichtsinn

©2017 E.S.P. TV

       
     
E.S.P. TV #111: Daytime Viewing (Prime Time)

This project highlights the work, “Daytime Viewing” (1979-80) by Jacqueline Humbert and David Rosenboom. Daytime Viewing is an extended narrative song, based on a casual analysis of daytime television drama and the audience phenomena such programming addresses. The piece explores the use of fantasy as a survival mechanism against loneliness, illustrating the human compulsion to inflate the mundane to mythological proportions. A central female character weaves tales, using threads of personal experience and the idea of TV as friend, as mantra, and as transformational window between imagined spectacle and the pedestrian plane. Newly transferred and never before seen footage from the pilot performance, early video work by Rosenboom on a Radioshack TRS-80 computer, and a live fashion show of tele-characters from the piece made up this multi-sensory performance.

We invited six contemporary artists working across media in performance, video, sound and fashion to interpret six characters depicted in the Daytime Viewing  teleplay for a live televisual fashion show. Erica Magrey w/ Lilou Barbier, Heidi Jien Jouet, Dana Bell w/ Sari Nordman, Johanna Herr w/ Kelindah Schuster, Shana Moulton w/ Samatha Crabtree , and MV Carbon w/ Lily Benson reinterpreted the original character studies of Daytime Viewing in a live broadcast event. The newly transferred video and photographs of the original performance by Humbert and Rosenboom were integrated into the larger exhibition set, in large scale projections, monitor playback, and a real time, live to tape mix. The full piece was taped and mixed during the actual event for television broadcast — both online, and on Manhattan cable TV.

Very special thanks to Jacqueline Humbert, David Rosenboom, and Unseen Worlds Records and Pioneer Works for their assistance and support in making this project possible.

Air Date June 20, 2017

       
     
Work: Episode 5

E.S.P. TV #109

For WORK, E.S.P. TV makes Pioneer Works’ office staff and environment the subject of a six-week performative, televisual installation by relocating the organization’s second-floor, open-plan office to the first-floor’s main exhibition space. This is the fifth of six live to tape sessions that document each week the office and E.S.P. TV are inside the exhibition space.

More information on show here: pioneerworks.org/exhibitions/work-esp-tv/

       
     
Work: Episode 4

E.S.P. TV #108

For WORK, E.S.P. TV makes Pioneer Works’ office staff and environment the subject of a six-week performative, televisual installation by relocating the organization’s second-floor, open-plan office to the first-floor’s main exhibition space. This is the fourth of six live to tape sessions that document each week the office and E.S.P. TV are inside the exhibition space.

More information on show here: pioneerworks.org/exhibitions/work-esp-tv/

       
     
Work: Episode 3

E.S.P. TV #107

For WORK, E.S.P. TV makes Pioneer Works’ office staff and environment the subject of a six-week performative, televisual installation by relocating the organization’s second-floor, open-plan office to the first-floor’s main exhibition space. This is the third of six live to tape sessions that document each week the office and E.S.P. TV are inside the exhibition space.

More information on show here: pioneerworks.org/exhibitions/work-esp-tv/

       
     
Work: Episode 2

E.S.P. TV #106

For WORK, E.S.P. TV makes Pioneer Works’ office staff and environment the subject of a six-week performative, televisual installation by relocating the organization’s second-floor, open-plan office to the first-floor’s main exhibition space. This is the second of six live to tape sessions that document each week the office and E.S.P. TV are inside the exhibition space.

More information on show here: pioneerworks.org/exhibitions/work-esp-tv/

       
     
Work: Episode 1

E.S.P. TV #105

For WORK, E.S.P. TV makes Pioneer Works’ office staff and environment the subject of a six-week performative, televisual installation by relocating the organization’s second-floor, open-plan office to the first-floor’s main exhibition space. This is the first of six live to tape sessions that document each week the office and E.S.P. TV are inside the exhibition space. More information on show here: pioneerworks.org/exhibitions/work-esp-tv/