Posts tagged: video
Davin Brainard invited five audience members up to the front of the room to each request a drawing of anything, anything at all, a challenge to which he rose admirably, sketching on camera and quipping unremittingly at Detroit Brain Frame on October 18th, 2014.
Tom Carey performed his dreamlike, warbling interpretation of Hindu mythology, Mama 3 Eyes, with giant, intricate shadow puppets, an overhead projector, and a track mixed and recorded by Dan Tower, at Detroit Brain Frame on October 18th, 2013.
Emma Rand, accompanied by vocal effects from Jamie Lee and musical effects from Jen David, invited her boisterous audience to guide the character Albert, a hapless, novice knight, through Emma’s online choose-your-own-adventure comic Choose at Detroit Brain Frame on October 18th, 2013.
Cabaret Black Eye, a project of Rotland Press, built up to destroy a series of precarious sculptures and set pieces, interrupted by a confused (stand-up) comic and culminating with the excision of a fatty abscess in an ultimately flawless demonstration of masculine-industrial work and failure entitled The Carbuncle Procedure at Detroit Brain Frame on October 18th, 2013.
Live Music By
Matthew Daher, Percussion
Scott Masson, Harmonium
In one of the most intense performances we’ve ever seen, Eric Rivera enlisted musician AJ Cesena to provide ambiance and actor Justin Cholewa to narrate Eric’s comic Easy Money (about a city of derelicts addicted to magical tattoos by criminal artist Mephisto, which drive the recipients further into poverty and violence) while he tattooed himself live with a design submitted anonymously by Krystal DiFronzo, one of over 100 submissions doodled earlier in the night by unwitting audience members at Brain Frame 14 on September 20th, 2013.
Ramah Malebranche directed his studious group of sound engineers, SoMoCo (Sound Motion Comics) in a live foley performance to the popular vampire comic 30 Days of Night, using computers, guitars, sand, rocks, beakers, paper, other indescribable objects, and voice at Brain Frame 14 on September 20th, 2013.
Anya Davidson, accompanied by Andy Ortmann on aggressive synthesizer, set her sword aflame during a fierce invocation of the goddess Ishtar before plunging into a reading of her comic Barbarian Bitch, interspersed with clips from exploitation films about female warriors at Brain Frame 14 on September 20th, 2013.