Friday, Sept 30, 2005
8:00 PM - 3:00 AM
@ Hangar 1018

Come be a part of the first installment of Baseline Project, a refreshingly new celebration of the arts and all things creative. This very special kick-off event will include a full comedy show featuring LA's top comedians, plus  night long party madness featuring emerging and established bands, artists, DJs, music video screenings by some of the world's top directors (including Michel Gondry, Shynola, Roman & Sofia Coppola, Geoff McFetridge, & Chris Cunningham), as well as live graffiti and mural art synchronized to experimental electronic musical performances.

To top things off, Baseline Project will be presenting a specially commissioned live performance installation by Ima Robot's infamous front man and performer extraordinaire - Alex Ebert and video art by D-Fuse (Beck).

musical performances by:
- ringer
- peachcake
- test shot starfish

- appogee
- elephonic
- antoneus maximus & the nuthouze band

featured artists:
- patrick haemmerlein
- kio griffith 
- val nunez
- bill farroux
- doug kim

- mark sarmel
- alina

live graffiti & mural art:
- steven lopez (frustr8)
- tazroc (DC5)

- alex ebert (ima robot)
- kenneth fenstein (professor - parsons school of visual art)

video art:
- d-fuse
- takagi masakatsu
- patrick mattison
- hi-res
- test shot starfish

film & video screenings:
- the directors bureau
- partizan
- palm pictures
- onedotzero

comedic performances:

Hosted by Chip Pope, star and producer of MTV's Austin Stories.

- jonah ray
- kristen herman
- jarrett grode (FOX's undeclared)
- morgan murphy (late night with jimmy kimmel)
- brendon small (adult swim's home movies)
- zach galifianakis (VH1's late world with zach)

- chris holmes, turbotito (ima robot), jean.claude (KXLU), ian r., nosna, + surprise special guests

Event Information:
Friday, Sept 30, 2005
8:00 PM - 2:00 AM
cover: $5 before 10pm, $8 after


FREE Admission for Resfest ticket stub holders!

RSVP for more info and to get on the guest list

Venue Information:
1018 S. Santa Fe Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90021
1 block east of Alameda. Entrance on Sacramento.



Baseline Project is a multi-modal art and music event featuring emerging and established artists across a variety of creative fields. Based on the premise that art is inherently collaborative and multi-disciplinary, the event was conceived as a platform for creative experimentation and integration. Not just an artist playground for those within exclusive inner circles, but an accessible ovation that would expose the developments within the underground art subculture to the public.

It is the founder's intent that those with a sincere interest in the undertakings and latest stirrings within the diverse fields of art will not only attend the events, but also help shape its evolvement and future form. Attendees are invited to interact with the art and the artists to become part of the event and creators in their own right.

The overarching goal of Baseline Project is to fuel the development of a cultural movement where art, music, and technology converge and most importantly, evolves. Believing that there is no excuse for the lack of enthusiasm and overall boredom that pervades today's culture, Baseline Project hopes to put a spotlight on some of the creative endeavors and innovation that abounds, yet currently resides only within small cultural subsections and off the radar of those not within each specific segment.

Baseline Project not only showcases art, it explores the concepts of creativity itself, and gives rise to entirely new forms. Over time, it is expected that the event will begin to take on a life of its own, being directly influenced and guided by those involved. New formats of Baseline Project will be launched accordingly and include live video broadcasts, DVD releases, and alternative forms of content syndication. Baseline Project is meant to be expansive, as such, the event will also begin to pop up in key locations throughout the globe. Not restricted by geography, Baseline Project is an international endeavor, with global connection and collaboration central to its mission.

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