A shining star of the Midwestern scene lands in Brooklyn for one of the borough's best mid-week residencies.
Savile, Joey Quiñones, Pure Immanence
pure immanence xix
10pm–11:30pm: pure immanence
11:30pm–2:30am: savile (extended set)
2:30am–close: joey quiñones
"Could what the drug user or masochist obtains also be obtained in a different fashion in the conditions of the plane, so it would even be possible to use drugs without using drugs, to get soused on pure water, as in Henry Miller's experimentations? [...] Doubtless, anything is possible. [...] 'To succeed in getting drunk, but on pure water' (Henry Miller). To succeed in getting high, but by abstention, "to take and abstain, especially abstain," I am a drinker of water (Michaux). To reach the point where "to get high or not to get high" is no longer the question, but rather whether drugs have sufficiently changed the general conditions of space and time perception so that nonusers can succeed in passing through the holes in the world and following the lines of flight at the very place where means other than drugs become necessary. Drugs do not guarantee immanence; rather, the immanence of drugs allows one to forgo them." —Deleuze & Guattari, “A Thousand Plateaus,” [166–286].