Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Saturday Night, May 23rd: Andrew Choate, Chelsea Rector & Mathew Timmons

Andrew Choate is the author of Too Many Times I See Every Thing Just The Way It Is (Residual Press, PRB Editions), Language Makes Plastic of the Body (Palm Press) and Stingray Clapping (Insert Blanc Press). He is currently working on two books: Learning, which will be published by Writ Large Press and I Love You More, for Insert Blanc. He is a member of Inner Dinner, a performance art dining collective, and is the host of The Unwrinkled Ear radio show on KCHUNG every other Tuesday from 5­-7pm PST. His most recent piece of music writing was about the 2014 Nickelsdorf Konfrontationen. In terms of pictures, he is saintbollard.

Chelsea Rector keeps poems here: www.crimpingiron.tumblr.com, and writes about art for ArtSlant Contemporary Art Network. Chelsea inhabits The Theater, as a player in LA's own Gawdafful Theater Company. In 2009 Chelsea began a long-­term holiday music project, True Holiday Classic (Vol. I­III), while other original vocal and instrumental music is heard on her 2013 cassette, Popular American Song. In 2014 Chelsea and colleague Caitlin Adams formed Best Friends, an experimental dance performance collective. Chelsea has two cats.

Mathew Timmons’ works include Terrifying Photo (Wonder, 2015), Joyful Noise for three or more voices (Jaded Ibis, 2012), The New Poetics (Les Figues, 2010), and CREDIT (Blanc Press, 2009). His visual and performance work has been shown at Night Gallery, Weekend Gallery, Pomona College Museum of Art, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, California College of the Arts, ArtSpeak Vancouver, & LACMA among other galleries and institutions. An active editor and curator, Mathew works as editor & publisher of Insert Blanc Press, General Director of General Projects, and he has curated events, readings and ephemeral art shows throughout Los Angeles. He co-produces and co-hosts the art and culture podcast The People on KCHUNG radio 1630AM with Ben White. 


Saturday, May 23, 2015
Doors open at 7pm
Reading at 7:30pm

Poetic Research Bureau
951 Chung King Rd.
Los Angeles, CA