The Adonis Project

Date of Event: 
September 13, 2014 - 8:00pm

Ian MacKinnon and Travis Wood present a sexy night of curated performances, video, and interactive queer art at Human Resources in Chinatown.

The Adonis Project: A popup gay art house
Saturday, September 13th, 2014
8:00 PM Gallery Installations and Video Screenings
9:00 PM Show
12:00 AM Secret Show
$10 (Ages 18+)
Human Resources
410 Cottage Home Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
Tickets: adonisproject.bpt.me
Info: facebook.com/AdonisProjectLA, adonisprojectla.tumblr.com

The notorious Adonis Theater, legendary gay adult movie house closed under homophobic pressure from developers, now “reappears” creatively reimagined as a modern Brigadoon for one night only as artists from the LA queer community descend on Human Resources, also a former adult theater now turned experimental art gallery, to share their hot visions around themes of Gay Sex and Queer Liberation in context of the current state of assimilation, disappearing LGBTQ space and shrinking ghettos. It is a creative activist effort and sexy night of interactive queer entertainment and community which will transform Human Resources into a sexual amusement park of gay art, video and performance. Join us for a night at The Adonis.

Participating artists: Gregory Barnett, Ben Cuevas, _____ Daniel (Ben Cuevas & Gavy K), Andrew Disorder, David Parke Epstein, Gareth Ernst, Hank Henderson, Joseph Hankins, David Hollen, Keith Hunter, Jason Jenn, Andrea Lambert, David LeBarron, Ricky Luna, Ian MacKinnon, Martin Matamoros, Jason North, Leopold Nunan, Robert Patrick, Steven Reigns, Albert Serna, Jack Shamblin, Qlint Steinhauser, Vyper SynVille, Evans Vestal Ward, Trevor Wayne, Travis Wood, Rich Yap and more.

Human Resources was founded by a team of creative individuals who seek to broaden engagement with contemporary and conceptual art, with an emphasis on performative and underexposed modes of expression. Human Resources is not-for-profit and seeks to foster widespread public appreciation of the performative arts by encouraging maximum community access. Human Resources also serves as a point of convergence for diverse and disparate art communities to engage in conversation and idea-sharing promoting the sustainability of non-traditional art forms.