COMUИE BLKHLZINVZFS VIDEO INSTALLATION 10.23.10
Costa Mesa, CA – COMUNE will premiere their avant-garde snowboarding film, BLKHLZINVZFS “Black Holes and Invisible Forces Bending Time Through Particle Deformation Creating Infinite Freedom in the Garden On The Moon” on Saturday, October 23, 2010 at 8pm with food provided by Gringo and the Bean.
COMUNE’s “Black Holes and Invisible Forces Bending Time Through Particle Deformation Creating Infinite Freedom in the Garden On The Moon” is a collaborative film project that will highlight multiple video edits featuring COMUNE snow team, aggregates and associates. Contributing artists towards the project include: Corey Smith, Liz Davis, Ryan Scardigli, Hunter Longe, Matt Porter, Kevin Castanheria, Mark Wiitanen and Shelby Menzel. The film will focus on showcasing snowboarding and snowboard film making as a raw creative art form rather than an extreme sport.
The film project is part of COMUNE’s DROP CITY creative platform. Inspired by the early 1960’s artist commune in Colorado and the brainchild of COMUNE’s Art Director, Corey Smith, DROP CITY was introduced to attract like-minded contributors to the COMUNE artist community.
RSVP is required to attend the event and space is limited so arrive early to ensure admittance. To RSVP please email –firstname.lastname@example.org
COMUNE is located at 2139 Placentia Ave, Costa Mesa, CA, 92627. For further information call 949 574 9142.
COMUNE was formed from the idea that there will always be people out there who not only embrace the rawness and imperfections of the
everyday life, but also use it to creatively push the boundaries of what’s possible in skateboarding, fashion, art, and music their own way,
with complete disregard of the consequences. The goal of COMUNE is to provide clothing that reflects this lifestyle of carefree idealism and
to support the people that choose to live it. The COMUNE website (thecomune.com) provides the most complete view of the brand and its’
unique creative community.