16 Bitch Pile-up
An experimental destruction harsh ambient noise band based in San Francisco via Columbus, Ohio.
Division of Labor
A music and performance festival showcasing a diverse group of experimental noise, electronic dance, queer culture, and performance artists hosted by the Lab.
Scarface Redux: Snitches
One installment of 15-second clip remakes of the famous film Scarface as part of a bigger Scarface Redux project organized by the Borscht Corporation.
Alternative psych-rock performance trio in collaboration with Grant LaValley and Bert Bergen.
Video art produced in conjunction with the SFMoMA for multimedia artist Desiree Holman. The work inaugurates the reopeninig of the SFMOMA.
A half conscious heretic hides in a dried out boat, taking refuge from memories of a past life. Preparing to warn the world about a poisonous jelly, his mind drifts among memories of old friends and lovers.
Delusion of Eating
An interactive artwork featuring fried-chicken-headphone-helmet-karaoke in an exhibition of American artists using the marketed spectacle of eating to explore how capitalism creates an isolating desire.
Frankie America and Me
Series of performances in collaboration with Harry Crofton, featuring his recurring character, Frankie America.
The Damagomi Project recounts the history of a group of spiritualists and academics who were active in Northern California. The project has the form of an archive which consists of an ever expanding series of works that piece together the history of the group.
Barbara Grossman's Breakfast Club
Barbara Grossman's Breakfast Club (BGBC) is a group of 10 women exploring what it means to be a female artist and how to push + pursue our individual + collaborative practices.
Image and color dance through the ageless desert landscape in this music video set to the enchanting racket of SF band T.I.T.S. Directed by Ashley George/Les Beautes Productions.
Fruit of the Dogs
Fruit of the Dogs follows an artist working with experimental media who is forced to compromise his ideals in order to make a living.
Duo operating in the heavy industrial and noise zones, with an awareness of vivisect-era Skinny Puppy, incorporating guitar, synthesizers and drum machines writhing like mercury under sharp vocals.
A hungry slacker is impregnated with an illegal extra-terrestrial and faces deportation by an maniacal surgeon. Part commercial parody, part science-fiction nightmare, this buddy comedy explores the avenues of unhinged story telling.
© 2016 Beyond Hope / Sarah Bernat