X
04.22.14 Marina Galperina

Come to Brooklyn’s Silent Barn tonight for “Job Fair,” a multi-media, multi-generation art event. Featuring: A screening of new films by Cinema of Transgression luminaries Bradley Eros and Tessa Hughes Freeland and performances by Zefrey Throwell (who once composed a symphony of 1,000 car horns and made portraits of his dead father out of his last bag of […]

Read More…

03.10.14 Marina Galperina

“If you are not familiar with noise as an art form — it’s a different way of appreciating and creating sound, with a decidedly idiosyncratic hands-on approach, often leading to unique and profound results,” Bob Bellerue explains on the Ende Tymes IV Festival of Noise and Experimental Liberation IndieGoGo campaign page. The venue/artist studio complex Silent Barn is hosting the third […]

Read More…

02.10.14 Marina Galperina

“It’s really important for artists to have a resource where they could get art supplies that aren’t from a corporation,” Arielle Avenia tells ANIMAL, showing us around the 10 x 12 Aftermath Supplies space at Brooklyn’s Silent Barn. (See our video tour above.) Since January 2013, Avenia and her business partner Devin Lilly have been selling donated, salvaged […]

Read More…

01.23.14 Jane Chardiet

On January 28, Miles Pflanz will be holding a retrospective screening of his 2013 films at Silent Barn. Pflanz — founder of the now defunct Fitness Center for Arts and Tactics — is a video and performance artist based in Brooklyn. His non-narrative films are documents of  “public provocations, the aimless rage of youth counter […]

Read More…

01.13.14 Marina Galperina

“Tonight is not only atypical of a normal night at Silent Barn, but also will be an opportunity to see acts that have never been seen before and collaborations that we may never see again,” Jane Chardiet tells ANIMAL. Her joint night with Bob Bellerue at Brooklyn’s Silent Barn tonight promises “short and sweet sets […]

Read More…

11.06.13 Jane Chardiet

On November 16, Metropolitan Audio Pain Source will be presenting an eleven-project harsh noise and power electronics festival at the Silent Barn. For an eight-dollar admission fee, attendees can endure live performances by menacing new comers like Brooklyn’s Penchant to veterans like John Mannion, F.F.H. and RU-486. DJ Matt McClure will bring additional auditory assault […]

Read More…

09.09.13 Marina Galperina

ANIMAL’s feature Artist’s Notebook asks artists to show us their original “idea sketch” next to a finished piece. This week, artist Melissa Clarke talks about Untitled: Ice Gouge for Performance — her sound piece, installation and performance that sources field recordings of glaciers. The artist is also premiering footage of her performance of the piece at Brooklyn’s Silent […]

Read More…