Pictured Above: Acid Mothers Reynol Poster. Photo Credit: Contributed

Flemington DIY hosts Reynols Movie Screenings with Art Exhibit


(Flemington, NJ) – Flemington DIY and local promoter, Tape Pencil, are hosting an art exhibit featuring the works of Argentine experimental rock band, educators and disability activists, REYNOLS. Details Below:


What: REYNOLS 30th Anniversary 2nd Event: Movie Screenings and Art Exhibition 2023


Where: Flemington DIY @ 26 Stangl Rd. in Flemington


When: Wednesday, July 19th, 2023 Screenings 7:30-10:30pm. In addition, Reynols art & audio exhibit runs until July 31st, 2023

Pictured Above: Reynols. Photo Credit: Contributed. 

The first event, earlier this month, was live music plus art and audio on display from REYNOLS. The second event, on Wednesday July 19th, will be a screening of two REYNOLS related feature films plus the artwork and audio of REYNOLS will still be on display and available for purchase. The two feature films being screened are as follows.

Film 1: Acid Mothers Reynols: Live and Beyond

Dir. Alejandro Maly , Argentina, 2020, 84 min Featuring: Makoto Kawabata,Miguel Tomasín, Tabata Mitsuru, Roberto Conlazo, Anla Courtis, Higashi Hiroshi, etc.

A documentary about the unique meeting two internationally recognized bands in the field of experimental music, drone, psychedelic, avant-garde: Argentine cult provocateurs Reynols and Japanese wizards Acid Mothers Temple.

In November 2017, Acid Mothers Temple, began their first tour of Latin America. While in Buenos Aires, they invited Reynols to join them onstage. This documentary is a profile of their extraordinary live show and the combined studio recordings that followed. The film captures the highlights of the sessions in which the bands play live, in a visual language that corresponds to the mind-expanding moments of the music. We are also exposed to the musicians during the creation process in the studio, and we can realize how their language and cultural barriers are overcome. The director’s trippy colorful visual language serves to complement the band’s music. Between the tracks, band members reflect on their work and on spirituality as an essential basis for the development of their music.

Film 2: ‘Sinti Botuva Tapes’ (Reynols Documentary)

Multiple Directors. Archival Footage 1993-2018. 80 min Featuring: Miguel Tomasín, Roberto Conlazo, Anla Courtis, Pauline Oliveros, Lee Ranaldo, Alan Licht etc.

The Argentine cult band Reynols started in Buenos Aires in 1993 and integrates Down Syndrome drummer Miguel Tomasín with guitarists Roberto Conlazo and Alan Courtis. This film compiles a diversity of live concerts and various activities over a period of more than 25 years and screens concurrently with the release of the Reynols boxset “Minecxio Emanations 1993-2018”.

Said art display features photography, silk screened posters (printed by Flemington D.I.Y. print club),v xerox art and audio from REYNOLS. The art exhibition will run until July 31, 2023. To learn more, visit flemingtondiy.org/reynols

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