Fog City at the Eyedrum

Just a reminder to try to catch Fog City on Wednesday September 29, at 8 PM at The Eyedrum. I probably won’t be able to make it because of a prior commitment , but it sounds like a really cool idea:

In an era of globalization, our mental maps of cities have become dynamic montages emanating from literature, film, advertisements, news programs, television and personal anecdotes. Consequently, the image of the city is never homogenous, segregated or totalizing. In this milieu, the idea of place is a constantly unfolding event scene that simultaneously connects many spaces and levels of abstractions.

Music By: Robert Cheatham & Friends, others
Featured Text: Samuel Beckett, “Text for Nothing #8,” 1958. Spoken by Jack MacGowan.

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