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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Peter Conheim's Jet Black Hair People Slices Up Eyeballs

Posted By on Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 3:00 PM

Peter Conheim is the most gloriously obsessed person we know, and we know a lot of glorious obsessives. (Perk of the job.) Conheim is funtimes for a lot of reasons, one of which is that he's in Negativland, another is he used to be in an early-1960s Cambodian pop cover band, and another is that he's one-third of Wet Gate, some guys who specialize in psychedelic triple-exposure live film looping.

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Thursday night, he's running the show at the Jet Black Hair People, a live-music performance set to Dadaist film. He screens Un Chien Andalou, of course (see clip.) But he also has a Bill Plympton freakout, a bit of Daffy Duck trying to mess with your head, and a film by Mr. Dada himself, Marcel Duchamp. It won't be boring and it won't be normal. It will, however, benefit the efforts to reinstate the suddenly evicted, much-beloved radio station KUSF.

August 11, 8 pm at Oddball Film and Video, $10-$15.

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