Sunday, March 30, 2008

Xavier Renegade Angel

PFFR has done it again! From the RAD kids that brought you Kids Show and then, Wonder Showzen... this is soo awesome and genius! It's on Adult Swim. I'm now getting cable for sure! There are a few episodes on YouTube. Here is their extended teaser trailer for the series...

Friday, March 28, 2008

Easy Being Gay

Wed Night Movie Night at Monkey Town was soo fun! For those of you who missed it - missed out... but, there will most likely be a nationwide release of Project P-town so, check your lokal theaters... or, it may just go straight to DVD - either way, stay tooned! If you were in my GAG 4 Mugshot video and would like a copy - please email me at:

Nils from Snuten—the super awesome boy band from Norway (K48 #6)—performed this solo acapella number at The Cock... the sound on my little digital camera sux—sorry about that! Thank you to Nils and Slurp for hosting our after party.

Nils is the only gay member of the 4 boys in Snuten. They kinda remind me of ABBA. This video/song "Easy" is so awesome... check it out and their other stuff on youtube and their site is:

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

My Love

If I told you you were beautiful, would you date me on the regular?

Saturday, March 22: one night only!
8 to 11 pm
Oliver Kamm Gallery, 621 West 27th Street

Featuring Amanda Riner, Billy Miller, Colby Bird, Dave McDermott, David Gilbert, David Benjamin Sherry, Dike Blair, Eric Huebsch, Jacques Louis Vidal, Jeff Tranchell, Jonah Groeneboer, Jonathan Hartshorn, Josh Tonsfeldt, Joshua Smith, Julia Weist, Kate Levant, Lorenzo de Los Angeles, Mara Sprafkin, Matthew Robert Lutz-Kinoy, Michael Magnan, Michael Smith, Nolan Simon, Scott Hug, Tatiana Kronberg, and Timothy Hull.

Music by Kingdom, Michael Magnan, and Jimmy Im
Drinks courtesy Svedka
Special thanks to Tokion magazine and Oliver Kamm
Curated by Nicholas Weist

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If I told you you were beautiful, would you date me on the regular? is a one-night-only group show featuring artists who have used media and its by-products to make objects. The title is a quote from Justin Timberlake's My Love, a song that asks how little Timberlake would have to do for you to devote yourself to him utterly. Artists included in the show invert this relationship: demanding culture yield its materials to them for reinvention or repurposing.

This will be the last event at Oliver Kamm's current location—a final dance party designed to privilege interaction and social engagement. In the spirit of a dramatic rejection of systemized forms of cultural production, and as a reaction to the speed with which media is consumed today, the show was conceived, planned, and executed in only three weeks.

Please email for more information.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Sunday, March 09, 2008


I'm having a movie nite at MONKEY TOWN on Wed, March 26th at 8:30pm. The event is FREE. I will also be showing my mugshot video from GAG 4 year anniversary party. Afterwards, there will be a party at SLURP (The Cock)... come party with us!