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Video Vaudeville Presents The Life, Death, and Rebirth of Gellochio

Vaudeville Park
26 Bushwick Avenue
September 24 - September 24, 2011
Reception: Saturday, September 24, 7:30 - 10 PM
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Vaudeville Park now has a new weekly collaborative TV series “Video Vaudeville Presents”, every Tuesday 10pm on Manhattan Neighborhoods Network, Time Warner Channel 67 starting September 20th.

On Saturday we celebrate the first episode of the TV series featuring the performer, painter, sculpter and bow tied wearing, blob headed video artist in green: Gellochio.

We will be screening Gellochio’s 28 minute “Video Vaudeville Presents” tv episode, “The Life, Death, and Rebirth of Gellochio”, plus a series of shorts from various video artists: David Dineen-Porter, Aaron Franz, PJ Kneisel, David Kramer, Theo Kropf, Matt Mansbach, Yang Miller, Patrick Murray, and Matt Richtards. Curated by Jealocheeo

A live analog synth and rare instrument score in the key of green by Ian M Colletti to introduce the evening, with art work, merch and decorations from the mind of Gellochio filling the Vaudeville Park Gallery.

The “Video Vaudeville Presents” TV series shares their alternating time slot for Tuesdays 10pm on MNN, with episodes from neighbors ESP TV of the Louis V ESP Gallery in Williamsburg, and the EXP 1/2 hour show from Portland Maine.

You can expect many upcoming events and screenings at Vaudeville Park, in celebration of our guest curated upcoming episodes from many art collectives, art spaces and artists in NYC.

You can watch it at home on or our upcoming Vimeo Channel, which you can find on the Vaudeville Park website (, with upcoming Video Vaudeville Events and info.

And, every Tuesday at 10pm starting Sept 20th, in an act of engagement within public art the “Video Vaudeville” 28 minute episodes will be projected with audio on the large window screen facing Bushwick ave traffic at Vaudeville Park.

Everyone will be able to gather and watch, or just pass this strange and beautiful occurrence by.

Come on out this Saturday for the first of this anticipated series through Vaudeville Park!

Thanks Folks!

Ian M Colletti
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