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11.06 2010

The New Dreamz Perform at the NY Art Book Fair Today!

6:00 p.m.
The New Dreamz, live comedy hour by the performance team of Rose Luardo, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, and friends, presenting short plays, jokes, videos and dances featuring the Body Dreamz dancers.

22-25 Jackson Ave at the intersection of 46th Ave
Long Island City, NY 11101

11.05 2010

Best and Better at The Print Center

Come to The Print Center November 13th at 2pm to see the new line of screen printed kitchen textiles called Best and Better by Anni Altshuler.

napkins and tea towels

10.31 2010

Chrissy Piper Interviewed on WKDU. Getting ready for Fridays show.

Be sure to tune in tonight and catch an interview with this months artist Chrissy Piper as she talks with Philadelphia celebrity and punk legend Mike Mckee. Expect callers and DJing songs from some of the people photographed in the show. This will be a lot of fun. Its tonight from 10-12 (she will be on somewhere in between then sometime…) on WKDU but if you miss it you can still get it from the show’s site here.

10.27 2010

Throw Me Through Walls

Record has been out for awhile but you can pick it up now from A City Safe From Sea directly by clicking on the photo. LP come with a 8 panel booklet and marble green/grey vinyl.

10.23 2010

Andrew Jeffrey Wright Solo Show in Tokyo

Konnichiwa. Friday October 29th at Lamp harajuku come see me at the opening of my solo show “Waves and Waves and Waves and Color”. Get more info here! Domo arigato.

10.22 2010


The final shirt of the week “Waves and Waves and Waves”. Just 16 little dollars. You can only get it here!

10.21 2010

Andrew Jeffrey Wright Fashion Week T-Shirt #3!

Who Let Us Out? For sale for $16 only at

10.20 2010

AJWFW2010 T-Shirt No. 2

The Waves t-shirt is only available at the work-safe

10.19 2010


Get the classy and sassy Walkin’ ans Fartin’ t-shirt only at

10.17 2010

LASERCAVE TOUR @ Space 1026 10/18/10

Lasercave is sending their three finest ambassadors on a national tour of sound and vision. The three acts, representing the best of Portland’s music and art scene – JEFFREY JERUSALEM, squarely in the center of Portland’ electronic renaissance; BRAINSTORM, winning hearts and blowing minds with genre-bending gospel prog; and JESSE MALMED, producing future-thinking video art and participatory song poems.

MONDAY October 18th
@Space 1026
1026 Arch St. 2nd floor

JEFFREY JERUSALEM’s hyperkinetic attitude and boundary-bursting tastes combine playful, lo-fi bedroom disco with the top shelf techno-craftsmanship of his peers at DFA. Jerusalem, recently back from tour with YACHT and Bobby Birdman, has also shared bills with Girltalk, Drop The Lime, Starfucker, Nurses, and Holy Ghost. (

BRAINSTORM’s ecstatic and eclectic two-piece is like an eight-dollar smoothie made of Deerhoof, Sam Cooke, The USAisaMonster, and a little African highlife. Packing venues all over Portland, the band recently headlined at PDX POP NOW, has shared bills with Japanther and the Boredoms and, according to the Portland Mercury, “manages to sound like the entirety of Portland’s music scene whirled up in a blender, in a very good way.” (

JESSE MALMED’s series of video-based song poems, lush videos, and Conversational Karaoke (a participatory installation in which the “audience” enacts complex, charming and strange dialogues of the artist’s design) are future-thinking, yet squarely set in the realms of historical experimental film, conceptual poetics, and ecstatic improvisation. (