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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
December 24, 2003

CONTENTS:
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1. Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumn, at Galapagos, Dec. 29, 7:30 pm
2. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, new film wins prize at Global Peace Film Festival.
3. Francesc Torres, FF Alumn, at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, opening Jan 15, 2004
4. Alien Comic/Jack Bump, David Cale, John Fleck, Annie Lanzillotto, Sally Mae, Shelly Mars, Nicky Paraiso, Reno, Lois Weaver, Rae C. Wright, FF Alumns, at Dixon Place, January 2004
5. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, at Hallwalls, Buffalo, Feb. 7, 2004, 8 pm
6. Micki Watanabe, FF Alumn, at B57 Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, opening Jan 17, 2004
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1. Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumn, at Galapagos, Dec. 29, 7:30 pm

Friends -- I'm happy to announce that the laptop story and music show, The Psychasthenia Society, will be a monthly event at Galapagos through March. Slotted at 7:30 p.m. on the last Monday of each month, these programs will feature some of the best work by New York artists whose instruments are laptop computers and related devices. The next gathering of The Psychasthenia Society will be Monday, December 29.

The Psychasthenia Society
laptop stories and music
This month:
Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumn -- video tales and prognostications
qpe -- sexy hip hop nouveau
Bubblyfish -- Gameboy music by a gamegirl
Mike Berk -- fragmentary house and future funk
and:
A special guest appearance by video artist Daniel Vatsky

Galapagos Art Space
70 North 6th Street
Williamsburg
(between Wythe and Kent,
L train to Bedford Ave.)
718-782-5188
http://www.galapagosartspace.com

Monday, December 29
7:30 p.m.
$5.00

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2. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, new film wins prize at Global Peace Film Festival.

Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, new documentary film RESISTING PARADISE won a prize at the Global Peace Film Festival for being the film that most exemplified the principals of the festival that nations should be able to resolve problems without resorting to war. The festival writes:

Beautifully shot and exceptionally edited, Barbara Hammer's experimental documentary juxtaposes the lives of painters Henri Matisse and Pierre Bonnard during World War II with those of several French Resistance fighters and the Jewish refugees they helped. Using exerpts from the artists' letters to each other as voiceover, along with interviews of the Jewish survivors and elderly Resistance fighters, Hammer creates a complex multilayered portrait of life during the Second World War in the south of France.

Barbara Hammer
55 Bethune St. #523H
New York, NY 10014
bjhammer@aol.com
www.barbarahammerfilms.com
212-645-9077 (ph/FAX)

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3. Francesc Torres, FF Alumn, at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, opening Jan 15, 2004

Across Borders, by Juan Downey and Francesc Torres, FF Alumn, will be on view from January 16, through February 21, 2004. The opening reception will take place on January 15th from 6-8 PM
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
601 W. 26th St. #1240
New York, NY 10001
212-2438830
www.brycewolkowitz.com

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4. Alien Comic/Jack Bump, David Cale, John Fleck, Annie Lanzillotto, Sally Mae, Shelly Mars, Nicky Paraiso, Reno, Lois Weaver, Rae C. Wright, FF Alumns, at Dixon Place, January 2004

As part of the "Dixon Place veterans series: they live to tell," Alien Comic/Jack Bump, David Cale, John Fleck, Annie Lanzillotto, Sally May, Shelly Mars, Nicky Paraiso, Reno, Lois Weaver, Rae C. Wright, FF Alumns, will perform at Dixon Place at The Marquee throughout January, 2004. For full details on all of these events, check the website at www.dixonplace.org

Annie Lanzillotto will be reading from her memoir "Divine Wind" a Bronx Tomboy memoir, with Wayne Lopes on guitar, as part of Dixon Place's Veterans' Series. January 28th, 2004, 7:30, The Marquis, 356 Bowery, $10, Info at Dixon Place 212 219 0736.
and
is performing paranoia, building an installation of block ice in Salley May's "5 & 2" (5 mg Haldol + 2mg Ativan) at Chashama, through Dixon Place's Performance in Process Series. Jan 20th and 21, 8pm, $12, info at Dixon Place 212 219 0736

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5. Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn, at Hallwalls, Buffalo, Feb. 7, 2004, 8 pm

Filmmaker Barbara Hammer, FF Alumn visits Buffalo to screen her latest feature, Resisting Paradise, on Saturday February 7, 2004 at 8 pm. For more information go to www.hallwalls.org

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6. Micki Watanabe, FF Alumn, at B57 Contemporary Art, Brooklyn, opening Jan 17, '04

Micki Watanabe, FF Alumn, has work in "either orBits," curated by Mariano Del Rosario, opening January 17, 2004 from 6-8 pm, and continuing through February 7, 2004 at B57 Contemporary Art, 63 Flushing Avenue, Bldg. 30, Brooklyn, NY 11205. 917-692-5770, B57@mail2art.com


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