Overture, New Material; Live Feed DVD

Created by Elliott Durko Lynch in direct collaboration with Justin Jones, 2009, 2010, and 2011.

“Overture, New Material; Live Feed DVD” was originally created and presented for “Why Won’t You Let Me Be Great”, an event held July 30 – August 1, 2009, at Performance Space 122 in New York City presented by Catch Series in collaboration with Neal Medlyn and Brendan Kennedy: “a downtown spin on Kanye West’s album 808s and Heartbreak.”

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Elliott Durko Lynch is a Minneapolis Minnesota based performance maker, theater technician at the Bryant Lake Bowl Theater, and sound and media artist active in the Twin Cities Area since 2005. His performances / Public Service Announcements have been most recently seen in 2008, at CATCH 38 in New York, and at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis. As a performer, he most recently performed in Megan Mayers’ “we tried to throw the light,’ at the Southern Theater 2010, and sang a song in Morgan Thorson’s national 2009/2010 touring contemporary dance work ‘Heaven.’ Elliott has worked extensively on new visual-art performance co-creations with Justin Jones; “RadioBrain” presented at the Southern Theater in 2009, and has created electronic music and sound designs for a diverse range of live performance, theater, and contemporary dance including Skewed Visions’ “Strange Love,” “He Woke Up…”, and “Jasper Johns: Grey,” Chris Schlicting’s “love/things”, Interact Theater Company, and Jo Furnans.

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