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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
August 03, 2004

CONTENTS:
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1. DANCETUBE workshops begin Aug. 11, & more from Le Petit Versailles, NY
2. Yoav Gal, FF Alumn, now online at www.turbulence.org/Works/yael and more
3. Diane Ludin, FF Alumn, new online project at http://turbulence.org/works/ludin
4. Heidi House Arneson, FF Alumn, in Minnesota Fringe Festival, Aug. 5-15.
5. Yong Soon Min, FF Alumn, at SSamzie Space, Seoul, opening August 13, 6 pm
6. Harley Spiller, FF Alumn, on 1010 WINS AM radio, all day August 7 & 8
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1. DANCETUBE workshops begin Aug. 11, & more from Le Petit Versailles, NY

Le Petit Versailles Season 2004
346 East Houston Street < avenue b + c >
F/V train to Second Ave. J/M -Delancey Street.
All Events Rain or Shine
By donation ($5) or whatever you can - Food, Drinks!
www.alliedproductions.org 212.529.8815

DANCETUBE returns from its European tour and is ready to keep artists & activists loose 'n limber during tense times. Announcing weekly open workshops at Petit Versailles garden. Begins August 11 thru September. Wednesdays from 6-8pm.
Rain or shine. Easy fit clothing or no clothes at all.
Remember, we're the experimental "end" of the New Burlesque!!
For more info call 212 529 8815

Saturday 8/14/04 5 - 9pm
Living Room
Living Room is Arturo Vidich, Lily Skove, Aki Sasamoto.
A site-specific living installation for three performers investigating definitions of domestic spaces, and the dichotomy between private and public arenas, such as a privately owned garden that people can look into from the street. The performers use their bodies as a medium, interfacing with their surroundings, their minds following along for the ride.

Monday 8/ 23/ 04 8pm
Kawaisoo: The Pity of Things,
Jason Grote (playwright) / Kate Benson (performer) /
Laramie Dennis (director)
This play has one actress. It is a monologue about consumerism and 9/11, told by a mentally ill woman in a 24-hour grocery store at 4AM, a few days after the attacks. It has been performed at NYU (Marathon of New Works & Grad Student Arts Fest); Chashama (Oasis02 & Theaters Against War Freedom Follies) and Makor (92nd St. Y Fest).
9pm t/b/a

Friday & Saturday 8/20 & 8/21
AVANT GARDE(N) in conjunction w/ Howl Festival
Avant Garde(n) is part of the celebration of the neighborhood's 50 years as the cradle of American counterculture. A summer extravaganza featuring independent films both classic and contemporary.

Friday, August 20 8pm
"Jukebox Jazz" a program curated by Martha Colburn from her collection of scopatones.
Cab Calloway, Count Basie, Lena Horne-these are some of the stars of the 16mm musical films shown in film-jukeboxes in the 1940s-'50s. With their hillbilly hits, saucy European songs, stripteases, and more they made music-film/video history. Their innocence, inventiveness, humor and views on sexuality and race are historically informative-and entertaining!

Saturday, August 21 8pm
"The Beast Within Again" curated by M.M. Serra.
An extravaganza of sexy films by artists from the LOWER east side includes: Jack Smith's "Flaming Creatures", Barbara Rubin's double screen projection "Christmas on Earth", Abby Child's "Mayhem", Jennifer Reeves/M.M. Serra's "Darling International" and ""Solar Anus" double projection by Bradley Eros. Video delights include "I Love Jesus" by Anne Hanavan and our fabulous MC Heidi Intercontinental. Put on your finest rags and come celebrate sexuality and cinema.

Saturday August 28 8pm
WAR- Oh,The Horror...
From the FIlmMakers Co-op come films, videos and more that explore protests, reactions, causes and other creatures that war is not healthy for life in the 21st century or ever for that matter. Curated and hosted by M.M. Serra & Peter Cramer.

Events are made possible by Allied Productions,Inc., Gardeners & Friends of LPV, Citizens for NYC, The Trust for Public Land, GreenThumb/NYC Dept. of Parks, Materials for the Arts; NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs, NYC Dept. of Sanitation, & NYC Board of Education. LPV Exhibitions are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State agency.

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2. Yoav Gal, FF Alumn, now online at www.turbulence.org/Works/yael and more

Hi Friends, I have a couple of announcements to make:

The flash animation work World of Awe: PORTAL, commissioned by Turbulence.org, for which I composed the sound track (including the piece Yours Forever), has been selected to a few recent festivals. Among them: The 5th Seoul Net & Film Festival May 1 ­ September 22, 2004; the Video Zone biennial in Israel, up-coming in November 17­24; And and up-coming festival in San Paulo, Brazil (no date set yet).
You can view the work (for free :-) ) at: www.turbulence.org/Works/yael

and

On Thursday, August 5, at Riverside Church, NYC, my 'Song of Miriam' will be performed by the Locrian Chamber Players with the wonderful mezzo Hai-Ting Chinn. 'Song of Miriam' is an excerpt from 'Mosheh', a video-opera in progress. It is a lullaby, sung by Miriam to her baby brother, Moses, who is hidden in a basket flouting on the water of the River Nile. Admission is free. www.locrian.org

Hope you are all enjoying the summer.
Take care,
Yoav

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3. Diane Ludin, FF Alumn, new online project at http://turbulence.org/works/ludin

hello all,
I have just launched a new project, please come by and check it out! You will need Rela Player, Java and Quicktime plugins to view it in it's entirety.

New Turbulence Commission Announcement
"Memoryflesh 2.0: a Micro Media Record" by Diane Ludin
http://turbulence.org/works/ludin

"Memoryflesh 2.0" is an assemblage of media montages--driven by live "fake suturing" performances--that implies a variety of stories about the human genome's emergence as a voice of scientific authority. The project's purpose is to generate a concrete, bodily response to a disembodied, public process.

"Memoryflesh 2.0: a Micro Media Record" is a 2004 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, (aka Ether-Ore) for its Turbulence web site. It was made possible with funding from the Jerome Foundation. Additional support provided by Harvestworks Artist in Residence program and Thing.net.

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4. Heidi House Arneson, FF Alumn, in Minnesota Fringe Festival, Aug. 5-15

Below is info for QUEEN OF BLOCK E, my latest play, a futuristic comedy, part of the MN Fringe Festival, Aug 5-15, 2004. Please pass the word on, and come enjoy the show. It's a big, juicy play, with a cast of 13, about the future of Minneapolis, with birth, death, presidential love triangles, hot tangos and dumpster diving. Best wishes,
Heidi House Arneson

HeidiHouse and the Fringe Festival present

Heidi House Arneson's
QUEEN OF BLOCK E
A Comedy about the Future
Created by Heidi House Arneson
in collaboration with Cast and support from Red Eye Isolated Acts
Directed By Heidi House Arneson Assistant Director Alberta Mirias

It's Minneapolis in the year 2033. A scruffy, futuristic Super Heroine and her gang use their erotic powers to infiltrate Homeland Security, just as the President arrives on Block E. Dumpster diving, double agents, dirty dancing & anarchy. A multimedia farce about the future, "Where everyone is safe, & there are no lost children, no drunk drivers, no identity theft & no dangerous weapons like Strike Anywhere Matches, teeter totters, or snowballs." Starring Rebecca Abas, Heidi Arneson, Constance Crawford, Tony Holloway, Ed Jirak, Anne M Lies, Alberta Mirais, David Otto Simanek, Dan Smith, Kim Staley, John Thaxter, Maree White & Forrest Ryan Wozniak. Where are we going to?

"Hilarious, Haunting & Hopeful"
- Lydia Howell, Pulse

Red Eye Theater 15 West 14th St, Mpls
Sat Aug 7, 8:30pm Sun Aug 8, 5:30pm Tue Aug 10, 5:30pm Thu Aug 12, 7:00pm Fri Aug 13, 8:30pm. Tickets $8-$12 Uptowntix.com 612.804.4466

Ms. Arneson is an interdisciplinary artist (writer/director/performer/painter) renowned for plays about girlhood, sexuality and American archetypes, including MARY MARGARET PLEASE APPEAR, DEGRADE SCHOOL, HOMELAND SECURITY and TEN BEDROOM HEART. She has performed as featured artist for Franklin Furnace and Dixon Place in NYC, N.A.M.E. in Chicago, Cleveland Performance Art Festival, and nearly every venue in Minneapolis, including Red Eye, the Walker, The Weisman and the Southern. She is a recipient of the Bush Artist Fellowship, Franklin Furnace Emerging Artist Award, and Core Alumni of the Playwrights' Center. Her writing was recently chosen for publication in the book New Monologues by Women for Women (Willamette University). She teaches CreativityWorkshops in the Twin Cities which sharpen public speaking skills, expand creativity, dissolve fears and build community.

Press contact HeidiHouse 612-333-6816 Heidihouse1@yahoo.com

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5. Yong Soon Min, FF Alumn, Seoul, opening August 13, 6 pm

SSamzie Space presents Yong Soon Min's
XEN
Migration, Labor and Identity
Exhibition Period: Friday, August 13 - September 18th 2004 Opening Reception: Friday, August 13th 2004, 6 PM
Artist Talk: Saturday, August 14th 2004, 1 PM Participating Artists: Yong Soon Min, Allan deSouza

Ssamziespace, 5-129 Mapo-gu Chnagjeon-dong, Seoul, Korea 121-190 www.ssamziespace.com
ssamziespace@ssamziespace.com

SSamzie Space is proud to present the exhibition XEN: Migration, Labor and Identity, by Yong Soon Min, a U.S. based Korean American artist and curator. In this exhibition, including her performance with Allan deSouza, a South Asian artist with a British background, Min addresses issues of migrant labor that affect the Korean economy and culture at large, and compares the recent foreign migration of labor into Korea with the long history of Korean emigration. Through multi-media installations, incorporating video, photography, and sculpture, the exhibition explores the relationship of identity to migration particularly with regards to Korean responses to foreign migrant workers.
Kim Hong-hee, Director of SSamzie Space

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6. Harley Spiller, FF Alumn, on 1010 WINS AM radio, all day August 7 & 8

1010 WINS am radio reporter John Montone, interviews Harley Spiller, FF Alumn, and reports on Inspector Collector's Cool Stuff, his solo exhibition now on view at the Queens Museum of Art. The short profile will repeat every 20 minutes on Saturday August 7th and Sunday August 8th. You're invited to tune in, and also to visit the exhibition, which continues through October 24, 2004. More information is available at www.queensmuseum.org and at www.InspectorCollector.com Thank you.

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