2017 Los Angeles Road Concerts: National & Washington

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The Los Angeles Road Concerts took place Saturday, November 11, 2017 on National and Washington in Culver City. For this Road Concert, I spoke briefly with 8 artists about their work. For more information on their project check out laroadconcerts.com.

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01 23-24-25 [IG Chelsea Rector]

00:02:14 SAFE TEA by 23-24-25
Ang Wilson angfranc.es
Jen Bruce jenbrucestudio.com
Chelsea Rector www.facebook.com/chelsea.rector

02b Jory Harms [IG]

00:04:30 PRIVILEGE – A PERFORMANCE, A SCULPTURE
Jory Harms www.handgrainstudio.com

03a Margie Schnibbe [IG Stephen Van Dyck]

00:06:26 MAKE LOVE NOT WAR
Margie Schnibbe margieschnibbe.com

04a ReReDuce [IG]

00:08:26 WHAT IS YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
ReReDuce www.rereduce.org

05 Faith Purvey

00:11:18 HUMAN INTERACTIONS 5 CENTS
Faith Purvey www.faithpurvey.com

06a Elizabeth Folk [FB Mariangeles Soto-Diaz]

00:14:01 BUMPY RIDE, MELTING INSIDE
Elizabeth Folk www.elizabethfolk.com
Mark Bobro sbcc.academia.edu/MarcBobro

07d Will, Naseem, Elisa [IG]

00:19:43 SOLARSONIC STREAMING
www.solarsonic.com
Élisa Leclaire www.girlwithpinkglasses.com
Willpower Lifeforce www.WillpowerStudios.com
Naseem Marukami naseemmurakami.com

08b Christopher Wawrinofsky [IG]

00:20:58 RUSSIAN THIZDANCE
Christopher Wawrinofsky www.cwawrinofsky.com

Episode 5: Stephen Van Dyck

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Stephen Van Dyck talks about his early life in New Mexico, childhood fascination with mapping cities, his early interest in writing and piano, his teenage years in a band and meeting men online, we discuss the ontology of happiness, LA Road Concerts and the urban sprawl of Los Angeles, his forthcoming book People I’ve Met from the Internet, dating before Grindr, recollections of North Carolina and our symposium on Tori Amos, Shirley Manson, Bridget Bardot and Eurythmics. Find out more about this LA Road Concerts http://laroadconcerts.com.

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Episode 4: Ian MacKinnon

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Ian MacKinnon talks to me about what lead him to Los Angeles, discovering performance art and the influence of mentor Tim Miller, the gay liberation, the performance space Highways in Santa Monica, his fetish for gay history, Karl Heinrich Ulrichs and Edward Carpenter, Akbar and the gentrification of Silver Lake, his collaborators Travis Wood, David LeBarron, Steven Reigns and Robert Patrick, also, his current inspirations Martin Matamoros, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and more. Find out about Planet Queer in Los Angeles at www.planetqueer.org.

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Episode 3: Trebor Healey

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In this conversation with Trebor Healey, he recalls his days in the San Francisco poetry scene, coming to Los Angeles to work on writing fiction, his affinity for fauns and Pan, the Radical Faeries, Catholicism, his mentors Mark Thompson and Felice Picano, how to write your real life into fictional characters, traveling in South America, our rants about Argentina, safe sex, the Los Angeles Public Library, and my rambling about director James Whale. Find more about Trebor at www.treborhealey.com.

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Trebor Healey is the recipient of a Lambda Literary award, two Publishing Triangle awards and a Violet Quill award. He is the author of three novels, A Horse Named Sorrow, Faun, Through It Came Bright Colors, a poetry collection, Sweet Son of Pan, and two collections of short stories, A Perfect Scar & Other Stories and Eros & Dust. He co-edited (with Marci Blackman) Beyond Definition: New Writing from Gay and Lesbian San Francisco and co-edited (with Amie M. Evans) Queer & Catholic.

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