Lily Taylor with Video by Sean Miller // How I Quit Crack // Brother Sister // Yelena Konetchy
The Double Wide 3510 Commerce St, Dallas, Texas 75226 FB Event Page $10 #DoubleWideBlackFriday
Black Taffy // Ethereal and The Queer Show // Lily Taylor // For Silence (opening the night)
Video Projections by Sean Miller
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The Dallas Observer heard word that I put out an album with local cassette tape and record company Pour le Corps though an interview I did with arts and culture editor, Lauren Smart about our New Media space in Dallas, Midway Gallery. Read about that here.
A few weeks later, I was contacted by multi-instrumentalist, thinker, performer, record lover, all around cool-cat, Wanz Dover to do an interview. We chatted at the local Record Lounge on Exposition Ave about music, our histories, our interests, memorable shows. I am a big fan, so it was pretty cool to have quality conversation with him.
Lily Taylor Uses Her Voice to Build a Musical Universe
just put out their fifth printed issue!
10 question interview with LT included. Read it here
>>>Listen to the KERA newsroom coverage for Art + Seek interviewing Lee Escobedo of THRWD Magazine about the latest issue.
LILY TAYLOR + SEAN MILLER
Photo by Paula Lambert
Relativity new to Dallas, Lily Taylor and husband Sean Miller are already a veteran team in the music community. Miller creates and manually manipulates video that is projected over Taylor during performances, which are often full of visual noise and serene movements. Together they have performed throughout the city, including Central Trak and numerous shows booked by local culture magazine, THRWD. Taylor recently released her nine song debut album The Ride through local label Pour le Corps. The coupleâ€™s role within the community has broadened since transforming their loft into an art space called Midway Gallery. Located directly across Fair Park, Taylor and Miller have utilized their window shades as projection screens and display video art as well as photography. Their first show featured photos of fair goers and animations by legendary Dallas artist Thor Johnson. Midway Gallery serves the Fair-going masses and anyone driving down Parry Avenue, technically making it Dallasâ€™ only late night gallery. - ARTHUR PEÃ‘A
read the FULL Article here