Sweven, Ch. 2: Lost Desert & The Oracle

/ Apr

Sweven, Ch. 2: Lost Desert & The Oracle

08:30 pm

The Music Room and No Place Like invite you to join us for chapter two of Sweven featuring the Atlanta debut of Lost Desert, an artist who needs no introduction for those who love to dive deep. Prepare for a one of a kind musical journey as you enter a world designed and curated by Brooklyn’s Nonbinary Studios superstar artist The Oracle, Julia Sinelnikova, bringing you an immersive sculptural light installation and exhibition meant to challenge your imagination and stimulate your soul, and guided by the sounds of the one and only Lost Desert.

Space is limited to only 150 people to be a part of this new beginning in Atlanta’s underground music and arts scene. Doors will open at 8:30pm with a 90 minute art exhibit presented by The Oracle. See tickets for details.
Special guest to be announced.

Lost Desert
[All Day I Dream, Tale & Tone, Shanti]

In a place of solitude sat a man. His studio a sanctuary. Time weathered many a landscape on his journey while his soundscapes were created and practices honed. During his time alone he crafted his sound. As he travelled towards us he always listened very carefully. Absorbing and capturing all the noises and wonderful vibrations around him . He found that music exists in almost everything if you listen closely enough. From grains of sand sweeping against the salt pillars of the White desert to birds returning from the skies above their inner cities. These sounds became textures and details in each musical expression. Now, as they meld in to one, they magically paint pictures behind listeners closed eyes. Lost Desert is a destination full of mystery. Ready to charm those who find their way.


Julia Sinelnikova

Julia Sinelnikova is an interdisciplinary artist who works with holograms, performance, and digital culture. Her light installations have been exhibited internationally, and she has performed widely as The Oracle of Vector Gallery. She has received commissions from NYC Parks Department, Pace University, Michael Madden (Maroon 5), Refinery29, GIPHY, Webster Hall, and Norte Maar. Heavily inspired by electronic music, Sinelnikova has designed sculptural sets for performers including Lee Burridge, Machinedrum, The GZA (Wu Tang Clan), Peaches, Juliana Huxtable, and Aurora Halal. Selected profiles of her work have appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, VICE, Artnet, Huffington Post, The Creators Project, PAPER Mag, and The New Criterion. Her work has been presented at the Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, The Oulu Museum of Art, and Williamsburg Art & Historical Center. Sinelnikova has also exhibited site-specific installations for Miami Art Week / Art Basel annually since 2011. She holds a BFA in Sculpture from The Fashion Institute of Technology (SUNY).

Location: The Music Room [327 Edgewood Ave Downstairs, Atlanta, GA 30312]

Time: 8:30pm-3am
Ages: 21+ Only

All ticket sales are final. No refunds will be issued.