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Evan Calder Williams

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Evan Calder Williams

Artists-In-Residence 2015

A Fine Thread of Deviation: Evan Calder Williams & Anne Low

Tue 01 Mar, 2016, 8pm,
55 Walker Street, NYC 10013

Williams' final residency presentation is a collaborative textile, video, sonic, and linguistic work that centers on the intersections between a screen and its projection and on the unseen gestures that vanish into the surface of images they create.

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Evan Calder Williams, still from "Prowling Forms". Archival textile pattern from © Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Artists-In-Residence 2015

Evan Calder Williams: Reading a Draft

Wed 16 Dec, 2015, 8pm,
Printed Matter: 231 11th Ave, NYC 10001

A talk by Evan Calder Williams develops around two fields of inquiry: the practice of weaving and the concept of the grotesque. Continuing his interest in the essay form as experimental historical montage, Williams moves between the daily and fantastic, passing amongst pixels, tombs, and factories.

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Still from T-1. Evan Calder Williams, 2015.

Artists-In-Residence 2015

T-1: A live essay by Evan Calder Williams

Tue 21 Jul, 2015, 8pm,
Artists Space Books & Talks: 55 Walker St., NYC 10013

Incorporating video shot in both a modernist dollhouse and a melting spring forest, this performance and live essay moves widely among sites and texts, ranging from Anna Kavan’s slipstream novels to the nineteenth-century Caribbean and from fascist glacial cosmology to ghost ships allegedly crewed by cannibal rats.

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Kim Brandt by Paula Court

Artists-In-Residence 2015

Jan 1 – Jan 1, 2016

ISSUE is pleased to announce the selection of our 2015 Artists-in-Residence: Lea Bertucci, Kim Brandt, Dawn Kasper, Mariana Valencia, Evan Calder Williams, and C. Spencer Yeh will premiere new commissions in 2015.

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Evan Calder Williams: “Violent X” with Taku Unami

Sat 19 Apr, 2014, 8pm,
22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

The US Premiere of Evan Calder Williams' film "Violent X" features a live improvised soundtrack by Tokyo-based Taku Unami with Williams, joining a work of pulp and radical history to early instances of cinema narration and accompaniment. In a second set, Unami collaborates with Eugene Thacker and Jarrod Fowler.

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Photo: Cameron Blaylock

Elsewhere: An Evening of Escape

Tue 12 Nov, 2013, 7pm,
22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

SPECIAL EVENT: ISSUE and the Van Alen Institute present an evening of performances and talks celebrating the launch of "Elsewhere: Escape and the Urban Landscape", exploring escape in the urban environment. With Richard Sennett, Keller Easterling, Joseph Keckler, Maria Chavez, Evan Calder Williams and more.

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Evan Calder Williams

Thu 29 Nov, 2012, 7pm,
Artists Space: Books & Talks, 55 Walker St. NYC

"In the Wan Light of Napalm and Moon" presents new research into the intersection of two old and ever-renewing histories: horror and capital. A collaboration w/ Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe AKA Lichens and an armoire, Williams sketches a secret hell of production and circulation, inspired by a Restoration Hardware catalog.

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