AUGUST 31 2019, MELTY, LOS ANGELES.

Wanting to end summer with a bang & pay it forward to a great cause: our team threw Melty. A music-centered benefit show with 11 bands, a video installation, gallery with sculptures + photos, salon to get your makeup done at, a cast of characters setting the scene, and living room to hang out in.

The gallery featured photos from Jheyda McGarrell, Carlos Semedo, Paige MacCready, Jester, Zamar Velez, Samone Zena, Abraham Medellin, and Cybelle Corwin. Sculptures by Cybelle + Emma.

Video installation included work from Aalany McMahan, Moose, Paige MacCready, Haley Williams, & Cybelle Corwin.

Performances by Siistwa, Samuel de Saboia, Emily & Friend, Colorquest, Miles Knight, Donnie Heeler, Britney, Sam Casper & Miles Singleton, Stuttering Guest, & Raegan Gonzalez.

Makeup artists were Haley, Jazz, Robyn, & Sienna.

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MARCH 29TH & 30TH, BEDROOM MALL, LOS ANGELES

Wanting to build off of the Eternal Sleepover project (see below), E+C selected artists to each create their own room, on display for the public. This turned into Bedroom Mall, an interactive, 7-bedroom installation at Ghost Gallery, Los Angeles, open for two nights only.

Bedroom Mall featured installations from Jheyda McGarrell, Sandy Taboo, Shamshawan Scott, Carlos Semedo, Cybelle Corwin + Emma Czerwinski, Kaitlyn Crosby, and Paige MacCready.

Bedroom Mall featured musical performances from Loocid, The Aquadolls, Sam Caspar, BbyMattress, & Jasper Lotti.

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JANUARY 25 2019, ETERNAL SLEEPOVER released

Emma & Cybelle realized they had been on a 500 consecutive day long sleepover. With no plan on stopping the streak, the term “Eternal Sleepover” was jokingly coined.

After ending their lease in New York, Emma & Cybelle went sleeping over at friends’ places in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, & Atlanta, creating content & collaborating for an Eternal Sleepover summer. Anything goes, the only rule was that everything included in the project was made between the hours of 10 pm and 10 am.

In August, Emma & Cybelle went to Atlanta, to work with Shamshawan Scott who was signed on as assistant producer for this project after being a standout photographer in Jawbreaker. With his artistic direction and dynamic approach, Sham produced a 20-track mixtape (in collaboration with Jacob Theriot) featuring tracks from 15 artists. Sham also shot a 4-part, 40-page dream series on medium format.

In addition, Eternal Sleepover also includes work from Paige MacCready, Jheyda McGarrell, Jess Farran, Henrik Purienne, Izzy Commers, Brandon McClain, Samuel D’Saboia, Clairo, Erika Bowes, Shelby Hamilton, Kimari Hazward, Julissa Ramirez, Leo Horton, Landon Yost, Eugene Walela, Zoe Gilligan, Michael Thorpe, Carlos Semedo, Lone The Ghost, Aquadolls, Nouria Bah, Zy Henny, Bluemarze, & more.


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APRIL-JUNE 2018 , MESSY VOL. 1-3 released

In spring of 2018 Emma & Cybelle were in Portland, OR studying independent print. They built on some projects they had started in New York and made 3 fully scanned-in zines (no digital rendering) that were dropped on the website and sold out in minutes. They highlighted anonymous submissions, collage, and experimentation with different print methods.

 
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WINTER 2017- JAWBREAKER

After going back to New York City, Emma & Cybelle dropped the previous magazine model and were more inspired by coffee table books, and an exciting emerging independent print market. They turned the focus to portraits & interviews, and asked 60 people “who are you when no one is looking?” Messy released the findings as Jawbreaker, a 416 page project photographed by Shamshawan Scott, Jheyda McGarrell, Paige MacCready, Brandon McClain, Jess Farran, Curt Saunders, and Kehan Lai.

1000 copies printed. Sold out 2018.

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2016-2017 ISSUES 1, 2, & 3 (the start of Messy)

In three weeks Emma + Cybelle put together Messy Issue #1: the Self Issue. This magazine established a curiosity and defiance of the magazine norm both girls had grown up with, and asked the reader to redefine the self.

Over the next year and a half Emma & Cybelle also curated & created Messy Issue 2: Rebel, Rebel, and Issue 3: Home. Both followed a similar format to the first issue, 130 pages, reimagining teen girl magazines. They were submission based, and edited and curated by Cybelle & Emma and graphic designed by Michelle Peck.

The first issue printed 2000 copies and was released and sold out in 2016.

 

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