Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland


With Deru, Loscil, Shigeto, Sweatson Klank and Live Visuals by ScenicStudio.tv

Past event
Tuesday 10 July 2012

Lincoln Hall

2424 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago 60614
United States
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Web: www.lincolnhallchicago.com/

This past October, Chicago film collective Scenic traveled to the Icelandic countryside alongside photographers Tim Navis + Kim Holtermand and music composer Deru to create a series of improvised, collaborative short films. The resulting documentary - entitled Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland - will be released in June, along with a companion soundtrack compilation featuring thirteen contemporary classical composers and electronic music producers.

To celebrate the release, Scenic will join Deru onstage for a live, multimedia A/V performance inspired by the journey. Soundtrack contributors Shigeto (Ghostly International), Loscil (Kranky), and Sweatson Klank (Alpha Pup) will perform full sets, and the first 200 ticketholders are invited to an exclusive live screening of the film and Q&A session with the artists in advance of the show.

For more information on this project please visit: http://www.outliersiceland.com
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  • chemicalharlot

    Hey y'all, check this out: LIMITED EDITION POSTER GIVEAWAY: The next 100 ticket purchasers who buy TWO or more tickets online will get either a Tim Navis or Kim Holtermand poster print from the Outliers Shop. A $50 value. Valid for online ticket purchases only. Must be present at the show.

    29 Jun 2012 Reply
  • rosierivets

    OMG! Deru and Loscil?!? Bliss!

    24 May 2012 Reply

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