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In 2012, King released her debut EP, The Elle King EP, on RCA/Fat Possum Records. The EP track “Playing for Keeps” is the theme song for VH1’s Mob Wives Chicago series. She released her debut album, Love Stuff on February 17, 2015. King has also toured with acts such as Of Monsters and Men, Train, and Michael Kiwanuka.
What We Talk About, Little Brother Magazine's quarterly lecture series, returns with its third edition of talks -- this time on the theme of “selling out.”
Naomi Skwarna, artist. On thanking the sponsors, George Saunders, and the corporate pillory.
John Semley, writer. On the entrepreneurial industrial complex known as Dragons' Den.
Julia Cooper, editor. On perverse contracts, Al Pacino, and The Devil's Advocate.
Hosted by Chris Berube, writer and radio producer.
Curated by Peter Merriman.
Doors at 7:30pm / Show starts at 8pm sharp.
Tickets are $10 in advance, or free with the special $15 purchase of Little Brother Magazine No. 5. Online tickets go on sale Tues, May 19, noon.
Following the talks, Chris Berube will lead the speakers in a group discussion, and invite audience questions.
What We Talk About was founded by Peter Merriman and Alicia Louise Merchant in 2012, and is now part of Little Brother Projects.
We acknowledge the support of the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council. Thank you, also, to the Drake Hotel.
The police call them Mispers. They are everywhere and nowhere, In the world and out of it, Each of them different, And each the same. Mispers'
Kevin Garrett is a singer and songwriter from Brooklyn, New York. His poignant lyricism and musicianship have been showcased in numerous projects over the past several years. The Pittsburgh native has spent much of the last decade performing his original work, sharing the stage with James Vincent McMorrow, Emily King, Norah Jones, and Maps & Atlases among others. Kevin recently released his debut EP Mellow Drama, which includes the singles “Coloring” and “Control,” as a small part of a larger body of work that signifies a new direction and highlights his versatility as a songwriter. The EP has earned considerable attention since its premiere on The Fader, with single features on Spotify’s New Music Tuesday and Viral 50 lists. Kevin has so far had a busy 2015 including more shows with James Vincent McMorrow, a Communion Music residency, and wide acclaim for Mellow Drama.
Since 2009, Montréal artist Sabrina Ratté has been meticulously crafting and dismantling entire worlds. Wedding the boundary-pushing exploration of early computer art with the boundlessness of natural vistas, Ratté’s work approaches the digital sublime through the lens of media archaeology, building and blurring landscapes with the grace of a neon Turner or Friedrich.
From early works of still and moving images subjected to myriad manipulations—rendering natural and built environments as malleable as computer code—the program will also highlight recent projects, with Ratté further exploring the play of light, depth, and magnetism within wholly digital images. In addition to personal video work, installations, music videos, and visual art, Ratté has closely collaborated for many years with musician Roger Tellier-Craig (Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Fly Pan Am) as Le Révélateur, who will present a special A/V performance. DJ set by Anti Hero (Jokers of the Scene).
Image credit: Station Balnéaire, Sabrina Ratté