*29 May* Willing to Die, but Not of Boredom: Goleb @ Lost Property

Posted on May 27, 2014


Authors of Just Another Asshole Magazine

Willing to Die, but Not of Boredom

Goleb @ Lost Property

Night #2

Thursday 29 May

Doors: 20h00

FREE

Lost Property

De Leeuw van Vlaanderenstraat 33, Amsterdam

Facebook Invitation

 

Join us for a warm farewell to Lost Property:(

But don’t be sad, we’ll be getting down and dirty with:)

 

Kristy / Modern Witch (Live Set)

Kansas red shoe deportee, Rapping Synth Queen of the Amsterdam Scene

Yutaka / DJ Home Alone

Jack of hearts, hailing from the mean streets of Tokyo, in East London innit!

Jessica / Fetter (Live Set)

Washington born crazy eye terrorist

Maria / DJ Boris Becker

Turned on pain from the Bavarian Massive!

Toby / DJ Toby Paul

Protagonist in the Romantic Comedy, ‘Orange is a Wild Fruit’

+ Food:

Agar-Agar

Vomit inducing alcohol relief

+ + Films:

21h30: The Cinema of Transgression (1979-1993)

‘We violate the command and law that we bore audiences to death in rituals of circumlocution and propose to break all the taboos of our age by sinning as much as possible. There will be blood, shame, pain and ecstasy, the likes of which no one has yet imagined. None shall emerge unscathed. Since there is no afterlife, the only hell is the hell of praying, obeying laws, and debasing yourself before authority figures, the only heaven is the heaven of sin, being rebellious, having fun, fucking, learning new things and breaking as many rules as you can. This act of courage is known as transgression. We propose transformation through transgression – to convert, transfigure and transmute into a higher plane of existence in order to approach freedom in a world full of unknowing slaves.’

– Nick Zedd, Cinema of Transgression Manifesto

20h00: The Pruitt-Igoe Myth (2011)

Destroyed in a dramatic and highly-publicised implosion, the Pruitt-Igoe public housing complex has become a widespread symbol of failure amongst architects, politicians and policy makers. In the post-War years, the American city changed in ways that made it unrecognisable from a generation earlier, privileging some and leaving others in its wake. The next time the city changes, remember Pruitt-Igoe.

 

Disclaimer: Kristy isn’t from Kansas, no one knows where Yutaka’s from but he does have a Cockney accent, Jessica has great eyes and is possibly not a terrorist, Maria’s not into pain and is actually very lovely, and Toby, we’re sorry!

 

Hosted by Taf Hassam & Janine Armin, serving Butchers Tears Beer and Goleb’s own brand:)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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