Second Not Sent Letters Set

October 29th, 2009 Not Sent Letters In Pictures ABOUT G.P.S. IV – Intersections
You and your friends are invited to the second Not Sent Letters reading performance, as part of the Western Front G.P.S. (graphic – pulse – situations) -Concert Series IV – Intersections.

Presented with the LIVE Performance Art Biennale.

“Not Sent Letters” is an ongoing interdisciplinary project by Jeremy Todd that has involved image/text “letter” posts within a conventional blog format since 2005. Digital film shorts based on these “letters” are now produced regularly (since March of this year) and are available for viewing online (there are links to a twin host site, as well as youtube and facebook archives, from the original blog site). The project also incorporates readings of selected “letters”, accompanied by projected images and live electronic music (written and performed by Graham Meisner).Second Not Sent Letters Set by Jeremy Todd w/ Graham Meisner:

Intersections is an artistic inquiry into social and economic convergences, geographic landmarks and reminiscences about current and historical thoroughfares.Two writers, Sarah Buchanan and Caleb Johnston and two composers, James Maxwell and Brady Marks will be invited to create musical, sonic and literary commentaries in response to two geographical locations. Stay tuned to and for more details on locations.The evening also includes Kaspoit!, a new work based on an upcoming novel by Dennis E. Bolen with vocalist/electronic music composer Soressa Gardner. The work explores new approaches to language and music and puts speculative illustration to some of the most brutal Western Canada crimes of the recent past, and artist Jeremy Todd’s inquiry into unfulfilled ideas and arrested communications in Not Sent Letters with music by Graham Meisner. @ Western Front
303 E. 8th Ave.,
Vancouver, BC, Canada
October 29, 2009 5-7PM
admission: $10 door
The Night In Pictures
Not Sent Letters multi-media reading performance w/ Jeremy Todd & Graham Meisner @ The Western Front, October 29, 2009. Photos by Ben Wilson.