Monthly Archives: June 2012

THE ODD SENSATION OF LUXURY

In late June, PICA hosted a four-day symposium centered on Keith Hennessy’s TBA:12 residency for Turbulence (a dance about the economy). Over the course of the events, a shifting group of participants, artists, and local thinkers gathered for performances, screenings, dinners, and … Continue reading

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TURBULENT THOUGHTS

In late June, PICA hosted a four-day symposium centered on Keith Hennessy’s TBA:12 residency for Turbulence (a dance about the economy). Over the course of the events, a shifting group of participants, artists, and local thinkers gathered for performances, screenings, dinners, and … Continue reading

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I SHOULD HAVE NEVER GOTTEN SCIENCE INVOLVED

An interview conducted on the the occasion of Alex Felton’s Resource Room Residency exhibition, As the World Churns, June 7, 2012 at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art. Kristan Kennedy: Let’s start from the beginning. I was thinking back on … Continue reading

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