9.10.11 Unspoken


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                                                                    Image by Baltazar Canales

On September 10th 2011, The Temple in conjunction with Death Star held 9.10.11. Unspoken,
     a free of speech performance event. Eight male artists and one male dog presented visual and sound
     works united by a common interest in meditation practices, planetary alignments and the mysteries of
     human consciousnesses. The humans that attended remained silent for the entire duration of the event.
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Daniel-Kayne and John Pitale welcomed the audience with The Seduction of  Toth. 
Part 1 of an  improvised  sound and vibrations piece, employing gongs and other instruments arranged in an elaborate installation.

 

Detail of  installation by Daniel Kayne, Images by Jonatan Lopez

For Apopstosis, Rowdy Tidwell invited the audience to relinquish their fears
by writing them on his body.

 

 

Images by Jonatan Lopez
Carlos Baltazar Canales performed a solo piece with cymbals entitled Sciessence.

 

For Feed The Beast, Bryce Galbraith shared with us a feeding ritual with his dog. He fed his beloved friend while looking at constellations in his phone App.

 

Images by Jonatan Lopez

Alex Tu performed an abstract  meditative sound piece aided by an installation
of numerous speakers.

Image by Baltazar Canales


For a performance entitled 00:11:11:00.A, I gave fruits to our human audience that represented the nine planets in our solar system, then became possessed by  a death star and traveled at slow shutter speed around the space attempting to steal their planets. I took a bite  off Venus, I kidnapped Mercury and pulverized Saturn.The rest of the planets were kept safe by the humans. The performance lasted 11 minutes and 11 seconds.

 

Images by Baltazar Canales

Jonathan Jindra’s contribution for the event was an experimental short film entitled Human Devices.

Daniel-Kayne and John Pitale finalized the event by gradually inducing the attending humans into a state of meditation with Tongues of Trinity, for which Baltazar Canales joined them.

Curated by Daniel-Kayne and Jonatan Lopez

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