Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 7pm
CHANGING ROOM is proud to be part of B ←→ LA CONNECT
We hosted together with
Cashmere Radio the artist run project space ODD ARK•LA from Los Angeles
7–23 JUNE 2019
20 Art Spaces from LA
in exchange with
22 Art Spaces in Berlin
Art exhibitions, film screenings,
performances, talks and more
ODD ARK LA at CHANGING ROOM, Berlin.
ODD ARK•LA is a platform for contemporary art, exhibitions, performance and sound works located in Highland Park, Los Angeles.
For their participation in B-LA, Los Angeles gallery ODD ARK•LA will present a sound-work by visual artists Brian Randolph and Dani Tull to be live broadcasted at CHANGING ROOM located in Berlin by Cashmere Radio
Randolph and Tull will perform a single improvised sound-work that is intended for experiential ‘deep listening’. It is our hope that participants in Berlin (listeners) will sit or lay-down with eyes closed to receive the sound as we collaboratively open an intercontinental space for a shared experience that will bring harmony and well-being.
Randolph and Tull have performed and collaborated together in a variety of music/sound projects including Jim Shaw’s band D’red D’warf, which they are both members of. They also have extensive experience experimenting with sound, set and setting.
Brian Randolph is an artist and musician, his work has appeared in solo exhibitions at ODD ARK•LA in Los Angeles and Gallery Four and School 33 in Baltimore. Recent group shows include Ms. Barber's BBQ LA, both in Los Angeles. Other group exhibitions include Tillou Fine Art and Spring Break Art Show, New York, LAVA Projects, Steve Turner Gallery, and La Cienega Projects, Los Angeles, and Zic Zerp in Rotterdam.
Dani Tull is a Los Angeles-based artist. He received his MFA from Stanford University and a BFA from The San Francisco Art Institute. He has exhibited in galleries and museums internationally; selected solo exhibitions include Blum and Poe, The Pit, Kim Light Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery, Fredericks & Freiser, Torch Gallery in Amsterdam, Wewerka in Berlin. Recent exhibitions include On Stellar Rays (NY) Jacob Lewis Gallery (NY) and LAM Gallery (LA). His work has been written about in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Artforum, Art in America, I.D. Magazine, Art Review, Wallpaper magazine and Frieze amongst others. During his career, Tull has collaborated with a variety of internationally recognized artists such as Jim Shaw and Raymond Pettibon. As an accomplished musician and composer, he has recorded and performed with a great variety of musicians. Recent musical projects include solo performances for SASSAS, West Of Rome and LAFMS. Permanent collections include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Getty, The Laguna Art Museum and The Peter Norton Family Collection.
Cashmere Radio is a not-for-profit community experimental radio station based in Lichtenberg, Berlin. The ambition of the station is to preserve and further radio and broadcasting practices by playing with the plasticity and malleability of the medium. We do this by both honouring and challenging its inherent qualities: it is both a physical station open to the public and an online radio; it has regular shows, yet opens itself up to extended and one-off events; it features extended generative music performances and installations at the same time as working within radio’s typical durations. In short, it is an attempt to enhance and celebrate the performative, social and informative power of radio that we believe lies within the form itself.