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New multimedia art exhibition at Summer Street Studios

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Photo courtesy of rebelradiohouston.net
Photo courtesy of rebelradiohouston.net

On December 14, 2013 local multimedia group Rebel Crew Sound and www.rebelradiohouston.net will present the special event Butta Fly & Robot at Summer Street Studios. This event will showcase the artwork of Joe Belmarez and others. Utilizing everything from disassembled electronic devices and light to found imagery, paint and coloring books, this exhibition is a reflection of Joe B’s travel experiences as a DJ and musician over the last seven years and is sure to be an exciting introduction to this talented artist’s work.

Joe Belmarez, otherwise known as Joe B, translates the fluid and universal nature of sound into this body of work. The juxtaposition between what is heard or felt and what is manufactured or created is a prominent theme on display in these visually striking multimedia originals. This theme of contrast can also be seen in the work of the many other artists who’ve gathered to show support for the unveiling of Butta Fly & Robot. Local artists include Gellie Marez, Allie Bolen, LoveSun the Don, Jessica Rios, Fabrege and NASA scientist Monse Lozano. The collection will feature interactive sound and robotic sculptures, live painting and of course, Rebel Crew Sound DJs.

Joe Belmarez has enjoyed a noteworthy music career since the mid 80’s and has been responsible for a number of standout projects both as an artist and as an organizer or producer. Some of these projects include Club Waxx, Planet Shock, the Word Around Town Poetry Tour and recently RebelRadioHouston.net. He also is the resident DJ for the internationally acclaimed Havikoro Dance Crew, and has travelled to over 25 countries to perform since 2007.

Summer Street Studios is located at 2500 Summer St. Houston, TX 77007. For more information please contact the artist at joebrebelcrew@gmail.com

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