Doors open at 6:30pm
Cocktail Reception from 6:30pm
Performance at 7:30pm
Hor d'oeurves by PS 84 Parents Josh Cohen and Blair Papagni, the husband and wife team behind Jimmy's Diner, Anella and Calyer. Beer will be lovingly provided by Brooklyn Brewery. Futher donations and sponsorships by Roebling Wines & Liquors and Society Perrier.
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About Tunde and TV on the Radio
Babatunde Omoroga "Tunde" Adebimpe (born 1975) is an American musician, actor, and director best known as the lead singer of the Brooklyn-based band TV on the Radio. His vocal method often involves improvisation, the use of effects and repeating sampled loops. As well as occasionally performing solo, Tunderegularly collaborates with other musicians such as the popular band the Yeah Yeah Yeahsand David Bowie among others. TV on the Radio is an American indie rock band formed in 2001 in Brooklyn, New York, whose music spans numerous diverse genres, from post-punk to electro to soul music. The group has released several EPs including their debutYoung Liars (2003), and four critically acclaimed studio albums: Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes (2004), Return to Cookie Mountain (2006), Dear Science (2008), and Nine Types of Light (2011).
About Iván Navarro
Iván Navarro (Chilean, b.1972) is a world-renowned sculptor, who was born in Santiago, Chile. He has contributed to the post-punk movement by using cold neon light as his medium. One of his most notable works is Red and Blue Electric Chair, which is Navarro's interpretation of a common chair. It features a frame constructed of purple neon tubes.Navarro's works have been exhibited in many Fine Art galleries and museums across the globe, including the North Dakota Museum of Modern Art in Grand Forks, the Millennium Museum in Beijing, China, the Archill Gallery in Aukland, New Zealand, and the 27/7 Gallery in London, England. Navarro currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.