E.S.P. TV’s live taping at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, from inside Brenna Murphy’s installation “emergent entity chant array”, featuring Group Rhoda, Waxy Tomb, Head Boggle, and Time Release on August 8, 2013. Organized in conjunction with the exhibition Brenna Murphy: Liquid Vehicle Transmitter
E.S.P. TV Live Taping
Hosted by Neil Martinson
Group Rhoda with guest dancer
Videos by Brenna Murphy and Takeshi Murata
New York-based web and broadcast program E.S.P. TV will shoot an episode inside the installation of Brenna Murphy: Liquid Vehicle Transmitter. Bay Area musicians Group Rhoda, Waxy Tomb, and Head Boggle will perform in response to Murphy’s installation emergent entity chant array.
E.S.P. TV’s core mission is to preserve public broadcast, as well as showcase the ongoing use and ability of analog media in a digitally run world. The show utilizes a mobile analog television studio to present a nomadic showcase of experimental music, video art and performance. All episodes act as a live studio broadcast, a program on public access television, and a theatrical performance. The events are taped live in front of an audience with live green-screening, signal manipulation and video mixing. The edited show is aired on Manhattan Neighborhood Network public television every Tuesday night, then posted online at www.esptvnyc.com.