In this installation Secret Project Robot will build a three dimensional collage, creating a vertical garden as a totem to the living earth. It will be a reminder of the endless array of possible tomorrows... The idea is that a new world can be assembled from elements of time; each individual piece in the show will be a reflection of the beauty of the present, a lattice of cooperation derived from forgotten knowledge of the past and an homage to what could be. It will be a momento viveri, a reminder that we need not settle for a destructive nature toward the environment and human relations, that in a blink of an eye, A Single Beam of Sun Could Change the Light...
Featuring Works By:
Rachel Nelson, Erik Zajackeskowski, Karl LaRocca (aka Kayrock), Christian Joy, Lauren Gregory and Dean Cercone
Secret Project Robot's fist foray into art was in 1998 with the founding of the Mighty Robot A/V squad, an analogue heavy projection show that used found 8mm film to distort, splice and burn the images into new heavily trance-inflicting visuals for local rock bands...
Since this time, the space has hosted hundreds of video artists such as Larry 7, Brock Monroe, David Linton, Bradley Eros, A Clock-Face Orange, Jinnie Benson and many more.
As a space there is a tremendous emphasis on video to enhance parties and create a feel that is particular to Secret Project Robot
In making this website and going through nearly 15 years of information, one of the most compelling archival elements of this project are the posters... Made by so many artists, always conveying memories... the posters of Secret Project Robot have come to represent a kind of momento vivere of the things done... A simple reminder to live, party and make art...
The full Archive of posters holds nearly 5000 electronic files and another 1200 in print... This web space will be a salon and a fun way of highlighting some of them as we fully go through the archive...
Since 1998 Secret Project Robot, previously known as Mighty Robot, has been hosting shows... With an emphasis on the art of the party Secret Project Robot generally tries to maximize performances by throwing bands into strange settings with art installations and intense 360 degree visuals... Thousands of performers have come through the space over the years and we've developed lasting friendships with bands like the Yeah Yeah Yeah's, who came back to do their 10 year anniversary party with us...
The Yeah Yeah Yeah's 10 year anniversary...
Bottoms Record Release
Quintron and Miss Pussycat
Paper Gardens Festival
Outside the new Secret Project Robot on opening night!
Alex Lopez and Raul De Nieves being Loca at Tortura
Bushwig Drag Show and queen festival
Call of the Wild during one of the last shows on Melrose st.
Colin Self at Super Friends Festival
Highlife, Sleepy Doug Shaw
Pride hosted with the Spectrum
Butt Magazine Party...
Secret Project Robot is very pleased to have strong curatorial programming in the performing arts and Performance art... Performance is a genre where art is presented "live," usually by the artist but sometimes with collaborators and other performers. It has had a role in avant-garde art throughout the twentieth century, playing an important part in anarchic movements and defying conventional artist forms such as painting or drawing, which can limit expression in the now...
Model Home curated by Monica MIrabile
Opera during Model Home
Jake Dibeler & Ms Will
Greem Jellyfish performing in the Crystal Moon Womb installation