Origin Magazine Party With DJ Spooky
December 8, 2011
to 10:30 PM
2010 Flora Street , Dallas, TX
Celebrate the first national Dec/Jan edition of Origin magazine! DJ Spooky will be signing his latest work, The Book of Ice and spinning his unique sounds. To kick off the event, a round-robin yoga class will take place, sharing our favorite yoga teachers and Origin ambassadors from 6.30-8pm. Art celebration and champagne reception begins at 8pm. Come ready to dance!
DJ Spooky/Paul D. Miller has produced work by Yoko Ono, Sonic Youth, Michael Franti and hundreds more. He is a composer, author and regular speaker on the academic circuit. Most recently, he was inducted with director James Cameron into the Royal Geological Society by the Queen of England. Spooky’s latest work, The Book of Ice, explores "Antarctica, the only uninhabited continent. [It] belongs to no single country and has no government. While certain countries lay claim to portions of the landmass, it is the only solid land on the planet with no unified national affiliation. Drawing on the continent’s rich history of inspiring exploration and artistic endeavors, Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky has put together his own multimedia, multidisciplinary study of Antarctica. The Book of Ice is one aspect of this ongoing project."
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