• Jul 12 2016 | 7:30 pm

    Joan of Arc: Matthew Goulish and Lin Hixson with Mark Booth

    JOA20 Performance Residency: Matthew Goulish and Lin Hixson with Mark Booth

This event will feature a reading by Matthew Goulish and Lin Hixson with Mark Booth.

Elastic Arts is pleased to present JOA20, an exhibition and performance residency celebrating the 20th anniversary of the band Joan of Arc.  In relation to their current exhibition, the band will host a performance–musical, film, or otherwise–at Elastic Arts every Tuesday from June 21st through August 16th.


Participating Artists/Musicians

Theo Katsaounis  Melina Ausikaitis

Tim Kinsella         Bobby Burg

Jeremy Boyle      Todd Mattei

Chris Strong        LeRoy Bach

Ben Vida             Matthew Goulish

Lin Hixson           Dan Black


Joan of Arc began in 1996 with the clear goal of creating “music for no audience.” We were all constant and voracious consumers and keen observers of all these underground music scenes contemporary at the time: hardcore, punk, post-punk, post-rock, riot girl, emo, math rock, no wave, noise, experimental, drone, free jazz, kraut rock, dub, glitch, drum and bass, psych, folk, and twee. Each of these scenes had its own codes of membership and conformity. So we set out knowing that our failure to be embraced by any prefab audience would be the proof of the singularity of our expression.

-Tim Kinsella