ArtComplex | Chris Evans on cello this Saturday 2/22, 1 & 3pm | Details of future performances

ArtComplex | Chris Evans on cello this Saturday 2/22, 1 & 3pm | Details of future performances

Weekends 12-4pm through March 23
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Saturday, February 22, 1pm & 3pm
$5 suggested donation
Chris Evans on cello with effects pedals
Chris will play two sets of meditative improvisations. Visitors are invited to experience the art installations with the added element of sound.
Chris Evans is an interdisciplinary artist trained in music and dance, who works in and through performance broadly defined. Through collaborations with choreographers, dancers, musicians, visual artists, and poets she seeks to extend the performance to encompass the space, audience, and artist. Her practice explores where the lines between dance, music, space, artist, and audience blur. Through her work Chris aims to create moments of community that revere, challenge and lovingly hold our imaginations, bodies, stories, and expression. Chris has studied with with Roscoe Mitchell, Alex Kelly, Shelly Senter, Abigail Hosein, and Randee Paufve and collaborated with choreographers Byb Chanel Bibene, Sheena Johnson, Lizz Roman, musicians from WaterSaw and Ark of Bones.
Saturday, March 1, 1-4pm and 5-7 pm
$5 suggested donation
Bandelion ensemble performance
Bandelion director Eric Kupers and ensemble members will respond to artist installations through sound and music. The ensemble will explore the installation spaces during ArtComplex regular open hours 1-4, then the exploration will evolve into a performance beginning at 5pm. Visitors are invited to move through and experience the ArtComplex installations with the added elements of sound and movement. Bandelion’s works are both performative and an expression of community ritual. Performances dismantle the distinction between artist and ordinary person, inviting the audience to both see themselves reflected in and become a part of the experience of live art.
For more about the ensemble see: Bandelion
Check our website for detaiils
Friday, March 14, 8pm
$5 suggested donation
Fractures collaboration (music and dance)
The fractures improvisation brings together Bay Area musicians and movement artists to collaboratively respond to ArtComplex installations spaces. Visitors are invited to move through the ArtComplex space experiencing the installations with the added layers of sound and movement. Collaborators include the avant jazz group, the Broun Fellinis, and movement artists Byb Chanel Bibene, Chris Evans, Sheena Johnson, Daria Kaufman, Nadia Oka, and Folawole Oyinlola.

Open Saturdays and Sundays 12 - 4 pm through March 23

"ArtComplex has created a space for artists to experiment and to make compelling works that reflect on the present in a city perpetually on the verge of change."  Christian Frock,


"A groundbreaking new art installation… a fascinating exhibition."
Eric K. Arnold, Oakland Local

560 29th Street, Oakland

12 rooms, 12 artists.  Popup exhibition Jan 18 - Mar 23

  • East Bay artists are taking over a two-story former medical office to create site-specific work
  • Each artist has transformed one room with installation, video, 2D or 3D art
  • Exhibition open to the public for ten weekends beginning January 18
  • Click here to see the "before" and learn more!
Organized by
Ernest Jolly & Chris Evans
Participating artists include:
Nyame O. Brown
Lisa Carroll
Modesto Covarrubias
Amy M. Ho
Amanda Klimek
Chelsea Pegram

Matthew Scheatzle
Karen Seneferu
Malik Seneferu
Brett Snyder
Tiulescu & Neyman
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