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FF Alumn Andrea Polli in LA, SF, Toronto, Chicago and Sao Paulo, Summer, 2001
Thru August 5
Gallery hours: Saturday 12:00-5:00 or by appointment
2701 West Augusta, Chicago, Il 60647
773) 278-3375Bob Tavani, Curator
DRIPPING PLASTIC, A SILVER MYLAR FLOOR, e-bay, A LIVING SCULPTURE*, SOUNDS FROM THE SUN and much, much more Chrome Yellow unites 10 local and national artists and their responses to the surface of chrome, the color yellow, summer and heat. Curated by Bob Tavani. Featuring: Nick Black, Angela Altenhofen, Robert Grant, Jason Peot, Mary Jane Duffy, Dave Webb, Mark Arctander, Andrea Polli, Bob Tavani, Cassandra Hegewald.
TORONTO, Canada ... On July 21, FADO will present SHUT UP, a series of 10 outdoor performances dealing with the themes of incarceration and wrongful imprisonment -- literally, the state of being 'shut up'. Chicago artists: Marlon Billups, Jeff Callen, Julie Laffin, Louise McKissick, Andrea Polli and Chuck Varga ---- Toronto artists: Shannon Cochrane, Paul Couillard, Edward Johnson, Will Kwan, Louise Liliefeldt A website with further information can be accessed at http://www.projectshutup.com FADO is pleased to acknowledge the support of the Canada Council, the Toronto Arts Council and the City of Toronto through the Toronto Arts Council for their sponsorship of our ongoing activities.
Los Angeles Convention Center
August 11-17, 2001
PANEL Monday, 9AM
Erasing Boundaries: Intermedia Art in the Digital Age
Paul Hertz (co-chair)
Jack Ox (co-chair)
The panel is structured as two theoretical/historical presentations, followed by three artist presentations and a discussion.
Wednesday, 10AM, 12PM, and 2PM
Polli will also be performing using the Intuitive Ocusonics system with musicians HANS FJELLESTAD, DAMON HOLZBORN, MARCELO RADULOVICH, and NATHAN HUBBARD (for more information http://www.zucasa.com/) as part of the SIGGRAPH Art Gallery N-SPACE.
August 7th-September 10th,
FILE (International Festival of Electronic Language), a festival to promote, motivate and disclose research and work in electronic languages, especially collective creativity, research in aesthetic issues and scientific experiences. 'Rapid Fire' published in the F I L E website http://www.file.org.br and shown at the Museum of Image and Sound, in S. Paulo City
THE IMPACT OF YLEM: 20 YEARS
OF ART, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
September 4 ? 23, 2001, at the SOMARTS Gallery at the South of Market
Cultural Center in San Francisco.
There will be an Opening party on Thursday, September 6, from 6 to 8 pm.
A catalog is planned. See website for more details
Ylem Show Coordinator, Eleanor Kent
544 Hill Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
Telephone 415-647-8503. Email email@example.com