Head Cleaner, a performance by Wheat Paste Viaducts | August 21, 2016

Head Cleaner, a performance by Wheat Paste Viaducts
Sunday, August 21, 6-8pm
Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, 915 E 60th St 

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Head Cleaner is the final event produced by 2015-16 Artist-In-Residence, Aquil ‘AQ’ Charlton, for the Resonant Objects exhibition currently on view at the Logan Center and Arts Incubator. This is also the first of several performances and recordings planned by Wheat Paste to publicly display and develop material for their debut release. This beat driven, mixed-media performance features the trio as they combine hand-spliced 16mm film with hardware-based electronic music using improvisation and structured composition to create a distinct audio-visual event.


Wheat Paste Viaducts artfully depicts urban decay transformed by radical acts of creativity. This electronic music and media arts ensemble was formed in early 2015 by musicians, Aquil Charlton and Nick Wilson, and joined by filmmaker, George Schaefer later that year. Appearing at eclectic venues including IIT Radio, Elastic Arts, and "16mm Film Night" in East Garfield Park, the group combines their sound and visual practices in a collaborative process to create new forms, experienced in the real-time of performance.

Presented by Arts + Public Life, the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, Logan Center Exhibitions, and Black Artists Retreat 2016. 

This event is wheelchair accessible. Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation in order to participate should contact Logan Center Exhibitions for assistance at 773.702.6082.