KEN BROWN'S "Psychedelic Cinema" & "Selected Shorts"
THE CORRECT ADDRESS FOR THE ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVE IS:
32 2nd Ave. NYC
...and KEN BROWN'S WEBSITE is:
N.B.A.T.W.P. (Never Be At The Wrong Party):
From pal Ken Brown:
On January 10th and 11th, I will present two different film collections at the
ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVE
32 2nd Ave. NYC
both shows at 7:30PM
info: (212) 505-5181
TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE DAY OF SHOW!
Thursday, January 10th:
"PSYCHEDELIC CINEMA" - light show films with live musical accompaniment by The Big Bong Theory (Ken Sirulnik, Chris Butler, Bob Moses, Bill Janoff and Jeff Rabb)
Friday, January 11th:
"SELECTED SHORTS" - from 40 years of film making by Ken Brown
KEN BROWN BIO:
It is high time for a survey of the absolutely unique
image world of filmmaker, photographer, cartoonist
and designer Ken Brown. A man who dons many
hats, Brown is perhaps best known for his peculiar
and distinctive postcards and other graphic products,
(wrapping paper, rubber stamps, t-shirts, etc.).
His first love and most abiding passion, however, is
film. In the late 60’s, Brown was the filmmaker for
the ultra-psychedelic Boston Tea Party light show,
producing Super-8mm works loaded with staggering
superimpositions and startling visual dimensions.
His subsequent short films have continued to mine
his deep fascination with American pop culture, the
quotidian world of home movies and the idiosyncratic
world of outsiders and visionary artists. Besides the
copious experimental films, animations and video
documentaries he has made over the years, Brown
has produced and directed dozens of short commissions
for MTV, VH-1, SESAME STREET, AMC and other
clients. These two programs will give an overview of
his prodigious output.
from Anthology Film Archive
NP: Moby Grape's "Omaha" - saw them back in the day - great band.
PEEVE DE JOUR: I REPEAT - settlement or no settlement???
JOIE DE JOUR: 65 degrees...love that January thaw.
cb…where are you?