Frank Tell x M. Lamar x The Living Earth Show @ Met Cloisters Press After Party

Please join us following M. Lamar and The Living Earth Show’s peformance of Lordship and Bondage: The Birth of the Negro Superman in the Cloister Met Museum in the I-BEAM LOUNGE at 98 KENMARE STREET (lower level) for the PRESS AFTER PARTY starting at 9PM. Meet with the artists, view projections of videos from the album and the Swarovski Crystal embellished costumes designed and created by Frank Tell and worn by M. Lamar during the Met performance. and Swarovski Crystal embellished costumes designed and created by Frank Tell and worn by M. Lamar during the Met performance.
Limited Hiatus Tequila open bar, with cash bar also available. Music from the artists and DJ Grier Newlin of 99 Sense.
Please join us for the PRESS AFTER PARTY following M. Lamar and The Living Earth Show’s Cloister Met Museum performance of Lordship and Bondage: The Birth of the Negro Superman in the I-BEAM LOUNGE at 98 KENMARE STREET (lower level) starting at 9PM. Meet with the artists, view projections of videos from the album and the Swarovski Crystal embellished costumes designed and created by Frank Tell and worn by M. Lamar during the Met performance.
Limited Hiatus Tequila open bar, with cash bar also available. Music from the artists and DJ Grier Newlin of 99 Sense.

MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT: 
Drawing on the writings of Hegel, Nietzsche, and Sun Ra, Lordship and Bondage: The Birth of the Negro Superman is a staged song cycle with spoken text, synthesizing classical opera, Negro spiritual, Afrofuturism, and doom metal to bring to light the African American experience of enslaved and liberated consciousness. The work is composed and was performed by M. Lamar and San Francisco–based, The Living Earth Show on February 23rd at 7pm at the Cloister Metropolitan Museum Fuentidueña Chapel. Costumes custom designed by Frank Tell in partnership with Swarovski.
MORE ABOUT THE PROJECT: 
Drawing on the writings of Hegel, Nietzsche, and Sun Ra, Lordship and Bondage: The Birth of the Negro Superman is a staged song cycle with spoken text, synthesizing classical opera, Negro spiritual, Afrofuturism, and doom metal to bring to light the African American experience of enslaved and liberated consciousness. The work is composed and was performed by M. Lamar and San Francisco–based, The Living Earth Show on February 23rd at 7pm at the Cloister Metropolitan Museum Fuentidueña Chapel. Costumes custom designed by Frank Tell in partnership with Swarovski.

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