Pioneer Works and Ace Hotel New York are pleased to announce a celebration of Love Will Find A Way Home—a new double LP album by PAT, a duo formed by artist Jacolby Satterwhite and musician Nick Weiss. The album release party, to feature a special DJ set by PAT, will convene in Ace Hotel’s Liberty Hall on Monday, October 21st, from 8pm to 12am.
A special installation comprised of a listening station, set against a backdrop extracted from Satterwhite’s fantastical animated works, will be installed in Ace Hotel New York’s lobby from mid-October through November. The installation and album release party will coincide with Satterwhite’s exhibition You’re at home, on view at Pioneer Works from October 4 through November 24, 2019.
About Love Will Find A Way Home:
PAT takes its name from Satterwhite’s mother Patricia, who suffered from schizophrenia and passed away in 2016. She left behind hundreds of a capella recordings of original songs, which the duo remixed and manipulated into propulsive, electronic dance tracks that feature a range of other collaborators. Inspired by projects like Tricky’s album Maxinequay and Daft Punk’s feature-length animated film Interstella 5555, Love Will Find A Way Home is both a fully-produced album of its own and a score for a related, four-part series of films animated by Satterwhite. Released by Pioneer Works Press, it will feature a cover shot by Wolfgang Tillmans, and a booklet containing lyrics and drawings by Patricia Satterwhite. The album is now available for pre-order here.
Ace Hotel New York and Pioneer Works join in creative arms to foster artistic communities across bridge and borough. Drawing inspiration from utopian visionaries like Buckminster Fuller and radical institutions like Black Mountain College, Pioneer Works makes an occasional home at Ace Hotel New York to showcase inventions, artworks, and transformations through a series of events, workshops, and performances.
About Ace Hotel New York:
Ace Hotel New York is dedicated to be a space for radical inclusivity, community and collaboration. A cultural leader and neighborhood institution, we are invested in the spirit of our surroundings, the culture of the city’s art and the ancient bones of the building. From pop-up performances and full moon parties in the Lobby to tarot readings in Liberty Hall, we’re a platform for artists, musicians and creatives of every cut and cloth to animate the space.