This Wednesday, May 13th at 8:30 pm: Julia Santoli to perform at the Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Abstract Liberation

A work-in-progress image of Julia's performance SEREY

A work-in-progress image of Julia Santoli’s performance SEREY

This Wednesday evening, graduating VCS senior Julia Santoli will take part in the opening night’s events for the fifth annual Ende Tymes Festival of Noise and Abstract Liberation with a solo performance at 8:30 pm at Knockdown Center at 52-19 Flushing Avenue in Maspeth Queens. Here’s a schedule of the evening’s performances from the Ende Tymes website. You can also read more about the festival in this post from February.

Wednesday May 13 @ Knockdown ($20 donation at the door)

6:00 PM Opening reception for Festival, with installations by Daniel Neumann, Postcommodity, and Bob Bellerue
7:30 PM Bob Bellerue & Wanda Gala performance
8:00 PM Sputnik Trio (Chile)
8:30 PM Julia Santoli
9:00 PM Timeghost
9:30 PM Lary7
10:00 PM Marcia Bassett & Samara Lubelski
10:30 PM Z’EV
11:00 PM Greg Fox

A full schedule for the entire festival is available on the Ende Tymes website, along with short bios of all of the participants, performance archives from past years’ festivals and information about the history of Noise Art.

Here is Julia’s bio from the site:


Julia Santoli is a multi-media artist based in New York City. Her work synthesizes image, gesture, and sound through interdisciplinary projects navigating memory and presence. She is currently completing her BFA in Visual and Critical Studies at the School of Visual Arts; has learned directly as an assistant to Sabisha Friedberg and is receiving vocal instruction by Samita Sinha. More info:



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