The Icehouse, 625 W Anaheim St, Long Beach, CA 90813

Icehouse exhibits are available to view during performances taking place there on opening night, October 7th, 5pm to 10pm and closing night, October 21st 5pm to 10pm.

Exhibits at The Icehouse:

Jacki Morie

The Scent Collar, developed by Jacquelyn Ford Morie while at USC’s Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) in collaboration with Anthrotronix, Inc., was first featured at the SIGGRAPH 2004 Cyber Fashion Show with the tag line: The Ultimate in Cyber Diva Chic Couture. It provides the sense of smell by way of an innovative, lightweight and fashionable wearable design. A patent was awarded in 2009.

Chris Miller

Chris Miller was born in Hilo, Hawaii in 1977. He received his BFA from The Pennsylvania State University and his MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He currently manages the 3D Foundation program and teaches ceramics at the California State University, Long Beach. Miller is also a member of the artist-run gallery, Monte Vista Projects.

Cannibalistic Caterpillar

Cannibalistic Caterpillar is a sound and vision project by Justin Scheid and Brian Akenoh. The group utilizes live projections, analog and digital synthesis, guitar pedals, homemade noise boxes, and live sampling to deliver intense and spontaneous improvisatory performances. Though primarily a duet, guest collaborators are not uncommon. The group is based in Long Beach, CA.

Cannibalistic Caterpillar performs as part of SynthLab.

Angelica Sotiriou

Angelica Sotiriou holds a Masters of Arts degree and a Masters of Fine Arts degree graduating Cum Laude from the University of California at Los Angeles. Angelica studied under the tutelage of artists Lee Mullican, Laddie John Dill, Tom Wudl and Ian Colverson.

Sam Medeiros

In a designated space, Sam Medeiros will take on challengers with a handmade wooden chess board requiring participants to drive the knife-like chess pieces into the board with each advancement. This game emphasizes psychological distinctions between participants and viewers.

Sam Medeiros is part of Michael Nannery’s Mind Games – Group Exhibition.

Matthew Dumpit

Matthew Dumpit graduated from California State University Long Beach in 2015 with a BFA in Metals and Jewelry. Matthew is well versed in a range of fine art metallurgy, as well as light-based installation and interactive works. He is inspired by motion, and seeks to integrate movement and interaction in his works as a means of evoking or triggering emotion. Conceptually, Matthew views both metal and our emotions as malleable, and under constant evolution.

Ihab Ali

Ihab Ali's PUMP performance involves walling off a section of the Icehouse basement using bricks. Visitors will be unable to access a portion of Ihab's installation as the evening progresses.


Produced by FLOOD in partnership with:

Arts Council for Long BeachMillworksPort of Long BeachIce House Arts Complex Long BeachLong Beach Community FoundationWork Evolution Laboratories