Posted in dance | music | tour dates on October 10, 2011

Justice

Info on the latest additions below...

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CREATORS PROJECT SENT THIS LETTER:

If you haven't heard the great news, The Creators Project has announced that the French electronic power duo Justice has been added to the lineup, as well a Juan Maclean DJ set and The Art of Flight, the epic snowboarding film starring Travis Rice and directed by Creators alums Brain Farm, plus some other great stuff. We will save you the time, you can just read below for more info!

People still recall our inaugural NYC launch event at Milk Studios last year with stars in their eyes. But this year we're going bigger and better, and hosting an unforgettable art and technology festival in DUMBO, Brooklyn on October 15 & 16th.

All year long we've been working with Creators of all kinds on the development of new Studio works and debuting them at our international events, starting with Coachella this April and, most recently, in Seoul and Beijing. Some of the artworks have traveled the globe all summer, like the final adaptation of UVA's audio-visual sculpture, with a soundtrack by composer Scanner, which will be the largest responsive work ever created by the UK based artists.

We'll also be showing Jonathan Glazer and J. Spaceman's immersive sound installation, Mick Rock and Barney Clay's David Bowie transfiguration and Quayola's latest work, Strata #4. We'll also be unveiling installations from a few incredible artists discovered via our Gallery and premiering the interactive works from our Art Hack Weekend winners.

On Saturday, there will be dozens of live music performances from bands like Florence + the Machine, A$AP Rocky, Atlas Sound , Company Flow, Four Tet and John Maus, to name a few.

The event will be free and open to the public, though RSVP is mandatory and all venues will be subject to capacity regulations. In addition to the two outdoor stages and an indoor DJ hub, there will be a plethora of food and beverages from the Brooklyn Flea and a host of major art installations and films spread out over 11 different venues in DUMBO.

We've already told you that we're debuting Karen O's mysterious and seductive psycho-opera Stop the Virgens--an assault on the tragic joys of youth. As our only ticketed performance, tickets are quickly selling out. For ticket information visit St. Ann's Warehouse....

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Comments (21)

this addition happened 5 days ago. yr shit's weakkkkk

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:08 AM

jj? wtf

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:15 AM

(dj)

means don't go

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:15 AM

^ no means disc jockey

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:22 AM

The do's & don'ts list will get it's own special edition after this farce.

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:22 AM

Four Tet and Company Flow would be the only ones I'd like to see 100%.....

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:23 AM

Is Four Tet a DJ or live performance?

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:37 AM

This blog is always a good source of info. Can someone post where these outdoor stages will be located? "dumbo" is so vague. And set times? I know there are production and sound engineers who read this. So cough up the info. Go!

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:42 AM

why do they even announce when an artist is doing a dj set? it just seems so stupid.

anyone who has ever rushed to a dj set by a band in excitement, i feel bad for you.

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:49 AM

Four Tet is live. he said on twitter when he was planning out his set for the Radiohead shows.

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 11:50 AM

11:42: $10 says all the details will be revealed 3 hours before the event starts. Just like most festivals mentioned here!

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 12:13 PM

People wondering where: it's at the tobacco warehouse, 26 New Dock St (at Water St).

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 12:23 PM

@11:49 I don't know what you would expect justice to do on stage other than dj. It's not like sometimes they break out a guitar and drum kit and sometimes they dj.

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 12:32 PM

Any good hummus shops in dumbo? I'm not very familiar with that area in Brooklyn.

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 12:33 PM

Is this location bigger than last year's place?

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 1:26 PM

Well, Justice is pretty much always a DJ set. What were you expecting?

Posted by Anonymous | October 10, 2011 1:28 PM

yo can all of you seriously stfu...first of all this is a free event. so if you go, it's not like you lost anything except for your time, which is probably better spent outside than staying in and reading blogs and making ridiculously stupid comments in character. second, i second what the person above me said. justice does nothing but dj. they have no live instruments. and they have a delicious taste in electronic thing. the choice is simple- if this is your kind of thing, then go. if not, stfu and stay home. i'm so sick of reading comments on here from haters who do nothing but shit all over the bounty of concerts that is offered to them on a daily basis. go home, you sticks in mud.

Posted by frustrated with haters | October 10, 2011 5:49 PM

err..."electronic thing=electronic music" so..don't hate

Posted by frustrated with haters | October 10, 2011 5:51 PM

I'm also sick and tired of people who talk bad about hummus. If you don't like it, just don't eat it. Don't hate.

Posted by Frustrated with anti-chickpea people. | October 10, 2011 6:29 PM

@1232 @128 justice plays a live show, like daft punk. they played it at terminal 5 and at the theater at msg like three years ago, it was fucking incredible. they haven't played it since. their last couple of gigs (terminal 5 part 2, webster hall) have all been dj sets; which is just them playing their music.

when they do live shows it is billed as "Justice LIVE" and they mix/loop everything on the spot; do a lot of improvisation, etc. It is incredible.

Posted by JUSTICE FAN | October 10, 2011 7:01 PM

VERY NICE THANKSwhen they do live shows it is billed as "Justice LIVE" and they mix/loop everything on the spot; do a lot of improvisation, etc. It is incredible.

Posted by Dora | November 3, 2012 1:50 AM

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