July 1st

A Gallery Evening of Large Scale Sculptures & Performances
Explore massive inflated works of 5 New York artists including 2 works to be installed this summer at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert. Performances by Wolf + Lamb, Ani Weinstein & Dancers, DJ Spinoza & DJ Casio.

8 PM at Volume - FREE
99 North 13th St., Williamsburg.
L Train to Bedford Avenue
(212) 561- 5985

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July 2nd

Featuring The Art & Music of Burning Man
Artists and DJ's of Burning Man come together for a night of music dancing amidst massive inflatable art installations. The night features: Lorin (SF), Tangent (UK), Sneak-E Pete & Scottie B (Blunted Funk Recs), a special NY performance by Globe Sonic (DJ's/Dancers/VJ's), Nat Rahav (NY), and NY microTechno DJ's Marcos Cabral & Wolf + Lamb, visuals by Seej & Vestibule.

10 PM at Volume - $15
99 North 13th St., Williamsburg.
L Train to Bedford Avenue
(212) 561- 5985

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Last Updated 6/17/2004 4:54 PM



2 July 2004 Doors: 10PM / $15.00
at Volume / 99 North 13 th St., Williamsburg / 718.388.3588 /
L Train to Bedford Avenue / Williamsburg Bridge from Manhattan

Saul Melman, Projectile Arts and Volume present a night of music and dancing amidst massive inflatable art installations. Many of the featured performers and artists at this event are fine-tuning their crafts before packing up and heading out to the Nevada desert for Burning Man 2004. **Performances by Globesonic (DJs/Dancers/Video), Lorin, Marcos Cabral(Trapez), Nat Rahav, Tangent, Sneak-E Pete & Scottie B, Wolf and Lamb , Seej & Vestibule (video)… ** Large-scale inflatable art by Saul Melman, Anakin Koenig, Dennis Del Zotto, Fake-Air and Alejandra Airaldi .


  • Globesonic: DJ collective weaves the music of the ancients with a modern sensibility, reaching into the past to create the future. Globesonic DJs combine with the Shakti Spirit Dancers in a journey of healing. Shamanic Ritual, Improvisation, Modern Dance and Yoga form a sacred space where union with the divine takes place, where ecstasy is experienced!
  • Lorin (BassNectar): A huge wave of deep, thick beats; ancient, hypnotic rhythms; warbling bass with patterned movement inside it; haunting sound textures trigger archetypal, emotional responses.
  • Nat Rahav: blends urban dance music with various traditions of improvised and folk music from around the world including Africa's rhythms, the modes of the East, and house music's energetic pulse.
  • Tangent(UK): With his artist visa recently granted English born Tangent is currently taking the US by storm, touring extensively whilst co producing & signing the US breakbeat elite. Many have described this DJ to have break sets with the same warped rave ingredients that can be found on the "best drum and bass".
  • Sneak-E Pete and Scottie B spin everything from downtempo, dub, electro and house.
  • Wolf and Lamb: music that embraces basslines that work side to side with punchy beats and gentle melodies providing eloquent cascading nights of dance and symmetry.


  • Saul Melman: is a Brooklyn based artist whose work focuses on interactive public sculpture. His current work-in-progress called ‘Jadu Beta' is a large scale inflatable sculpture conceptually influenced by fractal imagery and cellular biology. The 250-foot long sculpture has been commissioned by Burning Man for installation on the Black Rock Desert at the festival in Nevada this September. A portion of ‘Jadu Beta', including its interactive sound component will be be exhibited at Volume.
  • Anakin Koenig Airways: A radiant object, part meteorite, part spaceship, crash-landed in Volume.
  • Alejandar Airaldi: a designer and installation artist. Her architectural and fine arts backgrounds are reflected in her environment and unique design objects, when combined create an enhancing sensorial experience.
  • Dennis Del Zotto: His large indoor environments, plastic tunnels, rooms, caverns, and sprawling labyrinths were a fixture of the nightlife and installation art scene in New York in the 1990s.
  • Fake-Air : 20,000 cubic ft. black walk-in environment with a sunken living room and tubular video display.

Volume is Williamsburg's newest social playground,a full-on experiment in nitelife, entertainment and recreation.