Sound Bath with Paul Sukeena

NOON Projects is thrilled to host an evening of ambient sound by guitarist Paul Sukeena, taking place April 26th at 7pm. Paul will perform alongside the exhibitions, MTWTFSS by Travis Boyer and You May Remove Your Wigs by Jason Michael. ⁠

⁠Paul Sukeena is a guitarist who has played with the likes of Angel Olsen, Mary Lattimore, and Steve Gunn. Sukeena’s latest release “West Kensington” with Mary Lattimore is a landscape for memory, and was created collaboratively in Echo Park during the pandemic. ⁠


April 26, 2023⁠

Free – RSVP Required⁠

We will be serving beverages and edibles to enhance your experience.⁠
BYO Yoga Mat / Sheepskin / Blanket⁠


Michael DeMaio and Jason Pilarski

NOON Projects is pleased to present an evening of experimental noise by Michael DeMaio and Jason Pilarski. ⁠

Curated by Ben Borden and Anja Salonen, the evening will contain sets by both musicians to accompany their exhibition Angel Pierced on view through March 25, 2023 . Please join us for noise, beverages, and fellowship. ⁠


March 16, 2023⁠


Music to Four Speakers
Rostam Batmanglij⁠

NOON Projects is excited to present a special musical installation by Rostam Batmanglij on February 4 from 1–4pm. ⁠

⁠Rostam will be debuting a new instrumental piece entitled Music to Four Speakers. This will be a quadraphonic experience, and it will take advantage of four individual speakers placed in each corner of the gallery— as visitors walk throughout the space they will experience the composition both evolving and enveloping them.⁠

Rostam's performance is in support of James Cherry's exhibition Fraternal on view through February 11th. ⁠

Rostam Batmanglij is a Grammy-winning producer, composer, and songwriter. He is the producer of nine full-length albums. His parents left Iran after the revolution in 1979. Batmanglij was born in Washington, DC in 1983. He studied music at Columbia University, where he co-founded Vampire Weekend in 2006. In 2018 he was described as “one of the great pop and indie-rock producers of his generation.” ⁠


⁠February 4, 2023⁠