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Winter ISSUE: Artworks

Winter ISSUE is an Art Lottery and party benefiting ISSUE Project Room, featuring a special performance by Chelsea Light Moving. Guitar legend and polymath Thurston Moore’s latest project, CLM play neo-no mantra psyche pummel for free-heads and sweet-minds. With drinks designed by David Wondrich— the world's foremost expert on the history of the American cocktail— catering by Lucullan Foods, and performance artist Joseph Keckler as MC, this is an event not to be missed! Art lottery ticket-holders each take home their pick from donated works of all media, created by leading voices of the New York art world.

Find out more at http://issueprojectroom.org/winter-issue

Art Lottery features works by:
Eleanna Anagnos / Jean-Philippe Antoine / Perry Bard / John Beech / Katherine Bradford / Sarah Braman / Sebastiaan Bremer / Rosanna Bruno / Ken Butler / Sharon Butler / Dawn Clements / Paul Corio / Peggy Cyphers / Mark Dagley / Matthew Deleget / James Esber / Franklin Evans / Gabriele Evertz / Laurie Fendrich / Jane Fine / Rosemarie Fiore / Linda Francis / Kenji Fujita / Joe Fyfe / Allison Gildersleeve / Joanne Greenbaum / Eric Heist / Elana Herzog / Steven Holl / Gilbert Hsiao / David Humphrey / James Hyde / Warren Isensee / Shirley Kaneda / Bill Komoski / Miranda Lichtenstein / Cameron Martin / Chris Martin / Douglas Melini / Andrew Moore / Carrie Moyer / Sam Moyer / Thomas Nozkowski / Carolanna Parlato / Bruce Pearson / Gelah Penn / Joyce Pensato / Tristan Perich / Gary Petersen / Don Porcaro / Sara Greenberger Rafferty / Walter Robinson / David Row / Kevin Ryan / David Scanavino / Karen Schifano / David Shapiro / Ward Shelley / Gary Stephan / Steel Stillman / Josette Urso / Don Voisine / Leslie Wayne / Stephen Westfall / Roger White / Wendy White / Margaret Withers / B. Wurtz + More to be announced

Chie Mukai leads an improvisation workshop, sharing experiences from thirty years of site-specific performance and improvisation. This workshop continues a teaching practice begun in 2001, it is free and open to 25 practitioners of sound and movement (RSVP required), and also to an audience of observers.

The artistic alter ego of Tori Kudo, Maher Shalal Hash Baz are a fluid large ensemble of untrained musicians that create arresting indie-pop embracing error, structure, and structurelessness. Accordionist and vocalist à qui avec Gabriel creates stark, ethereal and whispering melodies evoking European folk.

Legend of the Japanese underground Keiji Haino returns to Brooklyn, taking the stage in a special duo with Tony Conrad. These master improvisers of experimental music first joined forces in 2006, this is their first NY duo appearance since 2009. The dynamic and raw improvising cellist Okkyung Lee opens the evening.