Tony Youngblood Debuts His BYOB Short Film

Photo by Tim Carey

Photo by Tim Carey

Man-about-town Tony Youngblood is constantly stirring up Nashville’s art and experimental music scenes with his Theatre Intangible blog and podcast, and his hosting of the Noa Noa experimental music house concert series.

For the September Art Crawl, Youngblood put together a Bring Your Own Beamer show at Track One for the Art & Music @ Wedgewood/Houston event that found a group of local video artists transforming the warehouse space into a sensorium of moving images, sound and sculptural spaces.

Participants and audience members have been donating their own footage and images from the show to a media repository for months now, but Youngblood just debuted his own short film archiving the event. His impressionistic montage captures the spirit of the night, highlighting the contributions of video artists Mika Agari, Tim Carey, Liz Clayton Scofield, Dylan Ethier, Rhendi Greenwell, Josh Gumiela, Michael Hampton, Morgan Higby-Flowers, Megan Kelley & Stephen Zerne, Devin Lamp, Sarah McDonald, Brian Miles, Scott Sanders & Dave Shambam (Dig Deep Light Show), Chris Murray, Antonia Oakes, Bill Vincent and Youngblood himself.

Check out the video below.

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About Joe Nolan

Joe Nolan is the visual arts editor. He is a poet, musician, artist and critic who distills the city's gallery scene from Nashville's east side. Find out more about his projects at joenolan.com. (Photo of Joe Nolan by John Rogers)