Blog Post Archive (February 2012)

  1. My Barbarian’s Broke People’s Baroque Peoples’ Theater at Human Resources

    “Object Opera (Rehearsal: Dance of the Sailors and Witches at the Fall of Carthage),” 2012 Join LA’s Human Resources this Saturday February 11, from 7-10pm as they present My Barbarian’s Broke People’s Baroque Peoples’ Theater, a residency in the form of

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  2. SUMMER FORUM 2012

    Summer Forum for Inquiry + Exchanges seeks to nurture and facilitate conversation and creative exploration through an examination of contemporary texts. Participants will meet in New Harmony, Indiana for a one-week summer residency to engage in an extended dialogue centered

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  3. BREACH – Rod Barton – London

    BREACH Aurelien Arbet & Jeremie Egry, Bianca Brunner, Jean Charles de Quillacq, Bryan Dooley Curated by Tobias Czudej Rod Barton Gallery is pleased to present Breach, an exhibition focusing on four young artists who embrace photography’s plasticity and it’s ability to exist in

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  4. 1975 Documentary: Henry Miller-Asleep And Awake

    Tom Schiller’s 1975 short documentary (35mins) follows Henry Miller in his home in New York. He brings the viewers into his bathroom to talk about the many postings plastered on his washrooms walls. The connection that he shares with the imagery

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  5. GOOD AS NEW . Interview and Preview

    GOOD AS NEW is an exercise in short-term solutions. The artists in this exhibition are aligned by their common interest in the “makeshift.” Through photography and installation work, Aurélien Arbet, Jérémie Egry, David Brandon Geeting, Nicholas Gottlund, Bruno Zhu, and

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  6. We Tell Ourselves Stories

    We Tell Ourselves Stories is the video project of Toronto-based artist Caitlin Durlak. With storytelling, beautiful cinematography, and just a little bit of magic Caitlin takes us into the worlds of the artists in her life. Screenshots above from her

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