Monthly Archives: September 2006

Matthew Day Jackson’s Roadside Attractions

“In the shadow of a big tree, another tree cannot grow.” — Constantin Brancusi’s reply to his mentor, Rodin, when Rodin suggested that Brancusi become his assistant Throughout Paradise NOW! Matthew Day Jackson begs, borrows and steals from a variety … Continue reading

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Metamix for Red76

photo credit: Serena Davidson The other day at Corberry Press, I picked up a pamphlet promoting and explaining Red76’s Travelers and Record Sound System: A Meditation & Sound Collection Center. By reading it, I discovered the following: To fully participate … Continue reading

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Brad Adkins Final Product: Photography by Serena Davidson

Photography by Serena Davidson A completely spontaneous photo shoot in collaboration with Brad Adkins. I brought my camera along to photograph what I thought might be another walk in the park. Instead he asked me to collaborate in a photoshoot … Continue reading

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leftovers, interrupted

posted by laurabecker it’s been really hard for me to post about my final tba experiences, perceptions, and reactions. it’s my own fault i guess – by not keeping up i allowed everything i went to (crispin spaeth, trevor paglen, … Continue reading

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Harrell Fletcher Appropriates a Museum: The American War

In Baghdad, it’s Shock and Awe, but in New York City, it’s Terror. “What’s in a name?” asked Juliet, fatally underesimating the power of labels, “that which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” In … Continue reading

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Save The Last Dance For Me: Ten-ish Tiny-ish Dances

(aside: well better late than not, eh? As Mr. Berra said, “it ain’t over till it’s over.” 360 more days til TBA 07! Forthwith, a re-view of TTD at The Works last week.) The lineup of Ten Tiny Dances for … Continue reading

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A Puppet’s History of The United States

by Anna Simon Perhaps the most pertinent things have already been said about Blinglab’s The Untold Misadventures of Lewis and Clark, and my own thoughts will seem like a refrain to the chorus of groans heard around town. But understanding … Continue reading

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Totally Nude

Neal Medlyn, Totally Nude There was a rumor going around that Neal Medlyn might take his clothes of, so of course everyone was there. Neal delivered not one, but two inspired performances at the WORKS, first- standing alone on stage, … Continue reading

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Last of it

photo credit: Serena Davidson photo credit: Serena Davidson After a long TBA coma I have begun to feel the nascent threads of inspiration wending their way through my daily life. As I remove coats from my closet and catch up … Continue reading

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“I Still Ask Because It’s Interesting”: Deborah Hay Chat

“What if every cell in our bodies (100 trillion) at once has the potential to invite being seen choosing to surrender the pattern of facing a single direction while perceiving all of the space in which I am performing (and … Continue reading

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