WHAT IS BEDROOMLAB?
BedroomLab functions as an informal art + tech platform, wherein open discussions, brainstorming sessions, lectures, network meetings, performances, hands-on workshops, demonstrations and public gatherings take place in people’s living rooms, gardens, laboratories, and other intimate spaces.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Lectures / AudioVisual Performances / Garden Cook Out / Artist gathering / Discussions / Booze / Meeting de Advance
General Secretary, LENA COBANGBANG
Propaganda Chief, GINNY MATA
Central Propaganda Commissioners, ELECTROLYCHEE
Central School Party Member, SIMILAR OBJECTS
Foreign Relations Commissioner, STEFAN LÖWENSTEIN
Minister of National Defense, SIMPLEEYEPERSPECTIVES
(note: Central Party members may change without prior notice)
MAY 1. 17H. Workers of the World, RELAX!
“ALL WORKERS, THE PROLETARIAT, AND THE STARVING AND NOT SO STARTVING ARTISTS… WE MUST UNITE THIS MAY 1, AT 1700H SHARP.”
WAIT, WHAT A COOK-OUT AT A GARDEN? ARE YOU FOR REAL?!
YES. BUT YOU MUST BRING A BOTTLE OF WINE OR VODKA, COMRADE.
RSVP at email@example.com SO WE CAN SEND YOU THE COORDINATES.
Or FOLLOW us on Twitter: @_sabaw and post with #Bedroomlab so we can DM you the coordinates and other important details.
You may choose to send a telegraph to the General Office Secretariat, Chesca: +639175191511
Disclaimer: The revolution is not available in your country.
[poster modified by B-Surge http://b-surge.tumblr.com/ and was made in China]
I am a believer of our local artists here in the Philippines. And I am in constant search of events in the art scene where I can feature and share here in my blog how creative and artistic the Filipinos are. May 1, as the Philippines pauses to give tribute to the workers (or watch protests left and right in the streets, no offense meant) some of our local artists are planning a day (and night!) of celebrating art and the proletariat.
I really, really wanna come. But I’m afraid I have family matters to put first. So there might be artists who read my blog, or just a fan of Pinoy art, please do support our local art scene. I believe it is one of the Philippines’ last frontiers!