Country Club VI
Join us for this journey of deep chilling off the grid relaxation. Country Club is a woodland oasis where blissful self-reliance meets massive multiplayer participation. Explore a constantly shifting blank canvas of music, art, and performance.
Disorient presents: COUNTRY CLUB VI
May 27th (NOON) to May 30th (NOON)
Upstate New York in Shandaken, NY
Location released to ticket holders week of the event
GUIDE: released soon!
SUBMIT ART: https://goo.gl/wpuMSA
Don't have a car? Take a bus!
Bus Tickets to Shandaken (1 mi.), Phoenicia (7 mi.) or Kingston (30 mi.)
DOUGGIE STYLE | DISORIENT
YANDL | DISORIENT
TJ MCAU | DISORIENT
JOHN KOFI | DISORIENT
ORION KEYSER | DISORIENT
3C | SPINNE RECORDS // HIGH PRESSURE MUSIC
DIMA | DISORIENT
MORE ANNOUNCED SOON
CLAM'S CASINO- a 1950s reno casino featuring all the rugged good looks, luck and charm one would expect
Artist - Conrad and a cast of thousands
1 WEEKEND ONLY ENGAGEMENT AT CLAMS CASINO: Liberace's Karaoke and Piano Bar
Rhinestones and Microphones: Enter the void of opulence. Perform, or join the audience. Enjoy a cocktail in one of our fabulous Liberace
Artist - Conrad, and Jenny B
LEDNA - A hanging, spinning, glowing reminder of what is inside each and every one of us. Artist - Jared Klett
OPEN LOOP - Open Loop is a piece for voice and electronics to mark the transition from day to night. Structured as a call-and-response, the audience is invited to board the barge and sing a traditional Bulgarian folk song with other participating artists from the center of the lake. The text of this piece, Polegnala E Todora by Filip Koutev, describes a scene wherein a woman falls asleep under an olive tree and is woken when a branch falls and hits her head. She had been dreaming of being in love. Sound from this performance is used as base material for digital manipulation and played back in bursts as an installation that sonically recalls a dream-like state. Emanating from two locations situated on either side of the lake, the sounds continue to evolve throughout the night until dawn.
Artist - Jen Kutler
DOMESTAR - A geodesic dome constructed of PVC pipe, covered in 6,400 LEDs.
Artist- Hack Rock City
Artist - Geodesic Templars
LIZARD LOUNGE -Return of the Lizard Lounge
Artist - TJ, DIma, Boris
SURFACE TENSION- A diamond shaped Disorient boat that glides between the fabric of the worlds.
Artist-Viktor, Wallace Ballz, Margaret, Michael
DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER: A BIZARRE BAR EXPERIENCE
Artist- Disorient Philly Crew - EliXiR, Wing, STLTZ,and Daisy Dukes
THE SPERM WHALE - Projection Visuals by the Sperm Whale
COUNTRY CLUB TEMPLE -
SPARKLING H20/T BAR r - Lounge at the Mainstage, a hydration and caffeination lounge
Artist: J Good, Trammell
SNACK MECHANIC - Roving tune ups for your snacking.
Artist: Snack Mechanic
MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED IN THE COMING MONTHS:
Our property features forest installations, art cabins, freestanding sculpture, tented adventures, light art, projection art, a floating barge and much much more.
HAVE AN IDEA?
Disorient is offering art grants for projects to be displayed at Country Club. Please fill out this form to let us know what you would like to contribute: https://goo.gl/wpuMSA
Volunteer to help us make the magic that is the Country Club experience. Sign up to volunteer here: https://goo.gl/lY5N45
We are also looking for certified medical professionals, first aid, lifeguards, etc. If you are certified and would like to volunteer your time, please fill out the volunteer form above and let us know!
There is no vending at Country Club, and no vending is allowed. Bring everything you need for survival and well-being including shade, food and water.
You may bring your pets but please be mindful of them, as there are coyotes in the area. Most of the camping site is in the woods.
This is a LEAVE NO TRACE event. This means, leave the place you visit the same or better than you found it. Bring trash bags, and take your trash with you when you leave.
Disorient is a volunteer-run art collective.
– Disorient has very few rules, but two require declaration and elaboration:
1. Respect personal boundaries.
2. Take responsibility for your own experience.
The interplay of these two rules forms a social contract that makes our events safe places to explore your own boundaries while encouraging respect for each other. Talk to those around you about anything that makes you uncomfortable.
Country Club VI