Fall ‘22 Season Premiere
Celebrate the unveiling of the ICA’s Fall 2022 season as we open three new exhibitions: Naima Green: I Keep Missing My Water, dana washington-queen: Resume At The Point of Interruption, and Rafael Domenech: The Medium is the Massage. In addition to the exhibitions, there will be a live performance by Montreal-based DJ, electronic producer, and multi-instrumentalist Ouri, music by DJ Ohbliv, a self-publishing demonstration from artist Rafael Domenech, food trucks treats from La Bête Food and jiji Frozen Custard, and a cash bar.
While this event is free and open to the public, we encourage people to RSVP here.
Opening remarks from the ICA’s Executive Director, Dominic Asmall Willsdon, and Senior Curator and Director of Programs, Sarah Rifky.
Intro to The Medium is the Massage pavilion with Rafael Domenech in Gallery 4
Performance by Ouri in Royall Forum
Ouri is a DJ, electronic producer and multi-instrumentalist. Hailing from South America by way of France, she produces electronic music in Montreal. Her background experience with the piano, harp and cello heavily influence her shape-shifting approach to melody and bass. Ouri’s debut album, Frame of a Fauna, was released in 2021. She has toured with Yves Tumor, Arooj Aftab, and Tirzah.
Bradford Caudle, better known by his stage name Ohbliv, is an American record producer from Richmond, Virginia. He is best known for his work with Nickelus F, and the two have released the mixtapes Yellow Gold and Yellow Gold 2. Ohbliv is also known for his beattapes published through Bandcamp, having released over thirty since 2009. He also records under several aliases, such as Bradford Thomas, and Dark Twaine. Several of his beat tapes have been released in physical format, primarily on cassette and vinyl and released through labels Thrash Flow and Fat Beats. In 2016, he was one of four producers featured in Fat Beats’ Baker’s Dozen series.
Do I need a ticket?
This event is free and open to the public! Tickets are not required for entry. We do encourage you to RSVP in advance so that we can anticipate event attendance.
Where can I park?
Complimentary parking is available for this event in VCU’s QQ Lot located next to the ICA at 608 W Grace Street and in the EE Lot located at 609 W Grace Street. Spaces are limited. Additional parking is available on Grace Street and Pine Street.
Will there be food and drinks?
Yes! There will be local food trucks on site, and a cash bar will be provided by A Sharper Palate. We ask that there be no food or beverages inside the galleries.
What’s your mask policy?
Visitors and staff who are fully vaccinated are not required to wear masks while inside the ICA. If you have not received the COVID-19 vaccine, we ask that you wear a mask while inside to help protect others. If you forget to bring a mask, we can provide you with a free disposable mask to wear during your visit.
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