Up in the Old Jazz Loft


The Fall season opening party at Invisible Dog Art Center celebrates not one but four concurrent shows, including a major performance piece that takes place within the center’s 22 windows. Called Chaos Manor, the blend of dance, theater, music, and photography was inspired by the 40,000 photographs and 4,500 hours of jazz recordings of photojournalist W. Eugene Smith that Sam Stephenson wrote about in The Jazz Loft Project, the inspiration for the piece. Before it begins at 8:30, visit the main gallery
for an exhibit by mixed-media assemblage artist Chong Gon Byun; the back gallery for the staged narrative photographs of Moroccan-French artist 2Fik; and a group show in the basement called “Hermaphrodite.”

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