DOUBLE VISION @ CELLspace - May 26 & 27

    May 22 2006 | 4:15 pm
    Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl (Mutation #2)
    When: May 26-27 [Fri-Sat] 8:30-11:00pm [Ongoing]
    Where: CELLspace, 2050 Bryant Street, San Francisco
    Cost: $12 [$8 with ArtSFest Arts Action Pass]
    Info/Tix: - BUY TIX ONLINE NOW!
    Intermedia performance group DOUBLE VISION will be presenting a
    large-scale event including simultaneous acts of dance, music, video,
    art and technology as part of the ArtSFest 2006. The event, entitled
    Evolutionary Patterns and the Lonely Owl, is part of a series during
    which the audience roams freely, exploring inflatable projections,
    mirrored matrices, pulsating pods, and radioactive sonic-works.
    Throughout the night, curious onlookers may dine with a family of
    PAlien sculptures who transmit telepathic communications throughout
    the venue. The fearful may look above to spot a teleo-operated spy
    blimp or gaze at an inflatable orchestra of hypnotic video automata.
    The adventurous can get personal with dancers wielding magic lassos,
    human-hybrid mud totems, or Pierre's cries for help.
    DOUBLE VISION, led by Sean Clute and Pauline Jennings, is group of
    performers, musicians, dancers and video-artists. By experimenting
    with different methods of collaboration through the adaptation of
    social systems, transvergence of scientific models, and mapping of
    algorithmic structures, DOUBLE VISION unifies multifaceted art forms
    and ideas.
    DOUBLE VISION's artists strike a balance between unity, complexity,
    chaos and ritual. The collective ingenuity includes constructions by
    Steven Baudonnet, Matt Bell, Liz Bootz, Sean Clute, Amanda Crawford,
    Brian Enright, Simran Gleason, Jammin' Ammon, Ron Goldin, Jessica
    Gomula, Dave Holton, Pauline Jennings, Jason B. Jones, Elisabeth
    Kohnke, Chris Kruzic, Amy Leonards, Michelle K. Lynch, Wendy
    Marinacchio, Amy Nielson, Cecelia Peterson, Tim Thompson, Bill Wolter,
    Nicole Zvarik.