Bergen Hill Sound/Image, included video art and performance work by Nyugen E. Smith, Jacqueline Arias and Zack Lischer Katz. In addition two Rogue Video curators, Marie Sullivan and Meghan Blowers, presented a video piece including 20 artists from around the world, titled, “Trashed”.
Neighbors, Perryn and Sharmalyn Lord grilled up talapia and jerk chicken in the back patio, while the Brooklyn-based music ensemble, Hwi Noree started off the music portion of the evening with their blend of video and experimental music, answering the question “What would tie-dyes sound like if they could speak?”
Too Many Frets and members of Smoove Sailors and Stars Bars & Mars rounded out the event filling the space with hypnotic blends of avantgarde drone and funk. Zack Lischer-Katz projected Brakhage-esque handpainted 16mm film.