Rob Roth and Marti Domination present an evening of NIGHTVISION at The Wild Project. January 26th, 2011
Marti sings songs of dark glamour with "Beaut" featuring electric guitarist Paul Twinkle, and Rob Roth continues his Wolfboy performance with Cellist Chad Hammer. Roth's Wolfboy is a study in shapeshifting, a developing piece that evokes old shadows by revealing New Wave songs as Requiems. In her self-penned laments, Marti's Beaut dives right to the bottom of the ashtray and crawls back up with a black eye, wrapped in a fishnet glow.
NIGHTVISION is an experimental dreamscape that continues their former collaborations in clandestine surveillance.
Marti's gown by Garo Sparo
Wolf Tuxedo by Kitty Boots
Wolf Makeup by Sequinette
Footage provided by Ian Sklarsky
Edited by Rob Roth.
New York City-born director and visual artist Rob Roth's work draws from photography, video, painting and dramaturgy. His work has been exhibited at a variety of venues including the New Museum for Contemporary Art, Performance Space122, Abrons Art Center, Galapagos Art Space, and Deitch Projects as well as the Whitney Museum of American Art.
Marti Domination is an actress and dancer who has starred in such films as Matthew Barney's "Cremaster 1". She worked extensively with the Blacklips Performance Cult alongside Antony (of Antony and the Johnsons). She has also performed at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel, and most recently at Participant Gallery in "Dead Flowers".