It's going to be Friday night soon and you know you don't have any plans so I thought I would take this opportunity to provide you with some. This Friday, June 18th, point your Chevrolegs in the direction of the Philip J. Steele Gallery at the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design to catch the opening reception of the new Jimmy Joe Roche exhibit American Ectoplasm, a mind-melting array of sculpture, psychedelic video art and homemade computer programs. Currently residing in Baltimore, Jimmy Joe Roche is a long time video and audio collaborator of electronic superman Dan Deacon.
Head over to Jimmy's website linked above and play around with/download Slime Pulse, a self-developed, standalone noise generation software program available to you for free...assuming you have Mac OS!
The exhibit can be viewed Monday-Saturday at the gallery until July 24th! After checking out the opening, stop by the after party at Rhinoceropolis, starting at 10pm!
Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design
Go see American Ectoplasm, if you're not afraid of no ghosts.
Submitted by Josh Cain on Thu, 06/17/2010 - 13:36