Rachel Mason aka FutureClown is starring in a new performance series “The Moving Mountain.” If you’re free tomorrow night and live in the Los Angeles area, she will be showcasing the new piece at Human Resources at 8PM.
Check it out:
Sirrah, the largest and most powerful star in the Andromeda constellation recently detected that half of the world has been obliterated. Sirrah attempts to comprehend the destruction of an impossibly distant but beloved world as voices of real humans describe what they have discovered by living and observing planet earth. They include UCLA physicists, Professor Mayank Mehta (neurophysics) and Professor Matt Malkan (astrophysics) as well as the artist Kristin Hersh (Throwing Muses) and Hiroshima survivor, Akiko Takakura.
Performance Features: Tora Kim, Rachel Mason, music by Spencer Yeh, costume by Moonspine, video by BeckandCol and images from NASA.
You must RSVP as there is limited space.
February 28th, 2017 / 8PM
410 Cottage Home Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
$7 Admission at the door
Other Updates and Dispatches in the realm of Art, Music and FutureClown!
The L.A. Artist Who Lip-Synced Donald Trump’s Inaugural Speech As A Clown– Los Angeles Times
(Performed at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)
Rachel Mason Discusses Her Many Faces– Cultured Magazine
Das Ram, Album and Videos (Cleopatra Records) – Louder Than War