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Contents for June 22, 2009

1. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumn, receives Printed Matter Award
2. Ruth Hardinger, Sol LeWitt, FF Alumns, at Lesley Heller Gallery, Manhattan, opening June 30, and more
3. Barbara Rosenthal, FF Alumn, at Z-Bar, Berlin, Germany, June 25
4. Donna Han, FF Alumn, at Hoot Owl Fellowship Hall, Spokane, WA
5. Galinsky, FF Alumn, at 92Y Tribeca, Manhattan, July 8th
6. Simone Forti, FF Alumn, at The Box Gallery, LA, opening June 27
7. LAPD, FF Alumns, in Bolivia, July-August 2009
8. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Temescal Arts Center, Oakland, CA, June 26
9. Maria Yoon, FF Alumn, June update
10. Irina Danilova, FF Alumn, at National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
11. Dread Scott, FF Alumn, at Hendershot Gallery, Manhattan, opening June 25
12. Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson, FF Members, at Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, July 3
13. Jay Critchley, FF Alumn, on Logo/Viacon TV, July 25
14. Karen Shaw, Hannah Wilke, FF Alumns, at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, Manhattan, opening July 2
15. Nina Kuo, FF Alumn, at Gallery 456, Manhattan, thru July 10
16. Liliana Porter, FF Alumn, at Hosfelt Gallery, Manhattan, June 25-27
17. David Medalla, FF Alumn, in Artforum Magazine, Summer 2009


1. Nicolas Dumit Estevez, FF Alumn, receives Printed Matter Award


Award Winners Announced

Printed Matter Awards $25,000 to Artists!

Printed Matter is pleased to announce the winners of our first annual Awards for Artists. Made possible by a generous gift from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Awards for Artists provides aid to artists who make books in a climate that is particularly difficult for artists.

Awards for Artists is adjudicated through a peer group process: Printed Matter invited twenty artists to nominate up to five artists each for the award. From the 63 finalists, a jury of three artists—Geoff Hendricks, Robin Kahn, and Paul Mpagi Sepuya—chose the following ten artists to receive an award of $2,500 each:

Osa Atoe (New Orleans, LA)
Heather Benjamin (Basking Ridge, NJ)
Nicholas Dumit Estevez (Bronx, NY)
Edie Fake (Baltimore, MD)
Eve Fowler (Los Angeles, CA)
Chitra Ganesh (Brooklyn, NY)
K8 Hardy (Brooklyn, NY)
Arnold Kemp (Brooklyn, NY)
Julio Cesar Morales (San Francisco, CA)
Carlo Quispe (New York, NY)

Printed Matter will present an exhibition of the award winners in September, 2009.

Printed Matter thanks the 20 nominators and the 63 finalists for their work on the project: the material we received, much of it from artists we did not previously know of, was of an astonishingly high quality.

Printed Matter staff and their families are not eligible to nominate or be nominated, nor may they sit on the jury for these awards. Nominees are chosen through a closed process; we do not accept unsolicited applications.

For more information, please contact aabronson @ printedmatter.org.

Printed Matter, Inc. is an independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1976 by artists and art workers with the mission to foster the appreciation, dissemination, and understanding of artists' books and other artists' publications.

Printed Matter, Inc. has received support, in part, through grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Altria Group Inc, the Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation, The Cowles Charitable Trust, the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, The Gesso Foundation, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, the Schoenstadt Family Foundation, The Roy and Niuta Titus Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and individuals worldwide.


2. Ruth Hardinger, Sol LeWitt, FF Alumns, at Lesley Heller Gallery, Manhattan, opening June 30, and more

you are invited to:

Sculptors Draw

June 30-August 21, 2009

Opening reception: Tuesday, June 30th, 6-8pm

Lesley Heller Gallery
16 E. 77th Street, ground floor
New York, NY, 10075

Works by:

Ruth Hardinger
Jim Clark
Tom Doyle
Sol LeWitt
Judy Pfaff


you are invited to:

Cultural Corridor IV:

curated by Peter Dudek

June 27 - July 26
Opening Reception:  June 27, 6-8pm.

Storefront Artist Project, 124 Fenn Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201
Ruth Hardinger
Renee Bouchard
Breece Honeycutt
Natasha Poleshuk Navidad
Sandy Winters
Katerina Lanfranco


3. Barbara Rosenthal, FF Alumn, at Z-Bar, Berlin, Germany, June 25

By Klaus W. Eisenlohr
Barbara Rosenthal – 33 existential videos
Thursday, 25 June 2009
21:00 Uhr
Bergstraße 2
10115 Berlin-Mitte
Barbara Rosenthal

Humorous conceptual poetry-and-performance shorts

Including World Premiere of “Dead Heat”

Barbara Rosenthal’s work, on one hand many-fold and widespread over media such as performance, artists’ books, photography, installations and video, on the other hand shows continued commitment and thematic consistency over several decades. If you need proof that art can be genuinely political, even if the artist does not calling themself a “political activist”, or possibly even moreso because they do not, then look at Rosenthal’s work. The collection of her video work over 30 years, a part of which will be presented at Directors Lounge, may possibly be best compared with a witty book of aphorisms. It’s altogether irresistible, it’s thoughtful, and it’s funny, absurd, and at the same time, serious, absolutely. And that’s what she wants to be taken for.

You may find Dada, Surrealism or Fluxus in her work, all of which have been overdone and overused by contemporary artists. However, if you tried to interpret her that way, you would still not come to terms with Barbara Rosenthal’s work. And if we have a closer look, there may be one strategy (of many) we can recognize: Very often, another artist finds ideas, or encounters situations, and takes them just too literally, but by these and other techniques, daily life and its absurdities, as mirrored in this artist’s work, become an arena for thoughts revealing truth (yes!), and the negative consequences of abstractedness in life and politics.

Barbara Rosenthal demands close attention and precise reception from her audience, those who like to follow her track of thoughts and perceptions. Her humour never transmits sarcasm; rather, it is as gentle as the jokes we know from those Zen Masters quizzing their favourite pupil. For example, in “How Much Does The Monkey Count” that is all they do: Barbara and the monkey she ventriloquizes compete by counting numbers. Or like, when the absurdity of reading the listings of societies from the New York City phonebook turns into a critical statement without her adding anything to it. Or, in another example, when the artist is whispering “forbidden” secrets about a sexual attraction, which reveal less of herself but of the repressing side of political (and sexual) correctness. 

The screening will almost be a retrospective as it shows a range of the artist’s earliest (nicely digitally re-mastered) and most recent work. Having said all that, we are happy that Barbara Rosenthal is coming to Berlin exclusively for this screening. And she will be available to the audience, for questions and answers, or at least more thought-nourishing quizzes.

(Klaus W. Eisenlohr, Curator, Berlin Directors Lounge)

Artist’s Links:


4. Donna Han, FF Alumn, at Hoot Owl Fellowship Hall, Spokane, WA

Just a friendly note mentioning my current artistic activity--

I, Donna Han, have been painting murals at the Hoot Owl Fellowship Hall, 2016 E. Sprague Avenue, Spokane, WA 99202, as of March 2009-present. I am the Artistic Manager for the Hoot Owl, and we welcome any contributions, artistic/financial.


5. Galinsky, FF Alumn, at 92Y Tribeca, Manhattan, July 8th

Galinsky hosts the Manhattan Monologue Slam http://www.MMSlam.com at 92Y Tribeca, doors 7pm curtain 8pm, Wednesday July 8th featured actors and open mic. $15 at door $10 with discount ticket located at MMSlam site.



6. Simone Forti, FF Alumn, at The Box Gallery, LA, opening June 27

Simone Forti
Work in a Range of Mediums

To Borrow Salt
Ensemble Performance with Simone Forti; Terrence Luke Johnson; Sarah Swenson; Douglas Wadle.  Kristen Smiarowski - dramaturg.

June 19 & 20 @ 8pm

Solo Exhibition / Work in a Range of Mediums - June 27 - July 25
Opening reception   June 27, 6pm   8pm (solo performance @ 7pm)
Closing Celebration with BBQ and Huddle   July 25, 4pm   7pm

The Box Gallery
977 Chung King Rd. (in China Town)
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213 625 1747


7. LAPD, FF Alumns, in Bolivia, July-August 2009


julio y augusto del 2009

LAPD está preparando una serie de funciones en castellano de Agentes y Activos en Bolivia, con participantes bolivianos y del LAPD. El proyecto será una colaboración de estadounidenses y bolivianos quienes han sido victimas de la “Guerra contra las Drogas”, de personas quienes han vivido sus estragos en sus comunidades, sus familias y en sus propias vidas.

Performances in August:
2 Villa Tunari - Chapare
5 Centro Carcelario (Prisión) - Cochabamba
7+8 EL Martadero - Cochabamba
13 Casa de la Cultura - Oruro
14 Teatro “Modesta Sanjinés” - La Paz
15 Teatro Municipal del Alto - El Alto
16 Paseo El Prado - La Paz
19 Teatro - Potosí
20 Fundación Pachamama - Sucre
21 Teatro de los Andes en el Pueblo de Yotala - Sucre
22 Plan 3000 - Santa Cruz
23 Casa de la Cultura - Santa Cruz

LA Poverty Department's performance in Bolivia questions the "War on Drugs"

At a time when the Obama administration has renounced the "war on drugs" rhetoric, making a major shift in policy by acknowledging the U.S.'s culpability in the international drug trade, the Los Angeles Poverty Department (LAPD) is embarking on a Bolivian tour for the Spanish language premiere of AGENTS & ASSETS. The project brings together victims of the "War On Drugs' in Bolivia and the U.S., people who have experienced first hand damage to their communities, their families, themselves.

LAPD will be in residence in Cochabamba, Bolivia to rehearse the performance with a combined cast of LAPD'ers and Bolivianos.  AGENTS & ASSETS will be performed in Cochabamba, Potosi, Oruro, La Paz, El Alto, Sucre and Santa Cruz from Aug. 2 till Aug. 24. Each performance will be followed by a community conversation.

For more information about the project and a Spanish and English press release visit our website: www.lapovertydept.org

This production of AGENTS & ASSETS is made possible through support of the National Performance Network and the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.


8. Frank Moore, FF Alumn, at Temescal Arts Center, Oakland, CA, June 26

The Underground Hit!

REALITY PLAYINGS: experiments in experience/participation performance

Frank Moore, world-known shaman performance artist, will conduct improvised passions of musicians, actors, dancers, and audience members in a laboratory setting to create altered realities of fusion beyond taboos. Bring your passions and musical instruments and your senses of adventure and humor.

Other than that, ADMISSION IS FREE! (But donations will be accepted.)

Friday, June 26, 2009

511 48th Street
Oakland, CA 94609-2058
For more information
Call: 510-526-7858
email: fmoore@eroplay.com

"...He's wonderful and hilarious and knows exactly what it's all about and has earned my undying respect. What he's doing is impossible, and he knows it. That's good art...." L.A. Weekly 

Resisting "the easy and superficial descriptions..., Moore's work challenges the consensus view more strongly in ways less acceptable than...angry tirades and bitter attacks on consumer culture." Chicago New City

"If performance art has a radical edge, it has to be Frank Moore." Cleveland Edition

"Transformative..." Moore "is thwarting nature in an astonishing manner, and is fusing art, ritual and religion in ways the Eurocentric world has only dim memories of. Espousing a kind of paganism without bite and aggression, Frank Moore is indeed worth watching." High Performance Magazine

"Surely wonderful and mind-goosing experience." L.A. Reader

Corey & Alexi


9. Maria Yoon, FF Alumn, June update

Sharing some announcements with you:

a. Participating for 1 night only event: October 8th - Cue Foundation (in NYC).
b. Got married over the Memorial Weekend in Rhode Island. I have now officially covered 35 states!
c. Received a partial funding from the New York State! This means I am one step closer to completing Maria the Korean Bride project by 2010. Thanks to this recognition, some of this summer footage will be shown at a theater near you this winter. Please stay tuned.

I am headed to the following states stating August 11th: NM, AZ, UT, CO, CA, OR and WA. If anyone of you has a family or friends or ex-lovers in any of the states mentioned above I would be GRATEFUL if they can help by participating or putting me up for a night.  In return, you will be officially listed as one of my sponsors on the web. Please go to the link below for more. A short clip of my Oklahoma wedding is posted for your entertainment/review.

Thank you in advance!


10. Irina Danilova, FF Alumn, at National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

Dear Friends,

My videoinstallation "59 Feet Under" will be open tomorrow at 19:00,

in National Center for Contemporary Art in Moscow

13 Zoologicheskaya Street.

Kurator: Karina Karaeva

If you or anyone you know is in Moscow, please welcome and pass it along.

The video installation “59 Feet Under” at National Center for Contemporary Art in Moscow  is a presentation of Irina Danilova’s performance that was realized on December 25th, 1998.  Without any training (with help of two scuba divers) Irina got down to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean where it was 59’ feet deep, off the coast of Maine.

In 1995, at the beginning of "digital era" Irina Danilova started the universal digital Project 59 where a random number is used as a tool for artistic approach.

Project 59 started with series of endurance performances that emphasized human deeds (disregarding motivations).

Climbing 59 Floors, diving 59 feet under the sea or flying 5900 feet above it, walking to the intersection of 59th longitude with 59th latitude – in all those works (1995-1999) Irina was exploring,  in her own way, surrounding environment  –  land, air, ocean  and Manhattan.

Irina Danilova
Project 59
303 Beverley Rd. Apt. 5K
Brooklyn, NY 11218


11. Dread Scott, FF Alumn, at Hendershot Gallery, Manhattan, opening June 25

Hendershot Gallery

June 25 – Aug. 15, 2009
Opening reception:
Thursday, June 25 6-8pm
547 West 27th Street, Suite 632

Curated by Cristin Tierney and Heather Dell

Exhibiting artists include: Rob Conger, Jennifer Dalton, David Ellis, Johnston Foster, Joanna Malinowska, Dread Scott, Amy Sillman & Jef Scharf and Nicole Tschampel

For info: 212-239-3085


12. Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson, FF Members, at Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, July 3

"Rotten Metal Achievers"
Performance by: Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson (www.faurotpaulson.com) in collaboration with Daniel Bainbridge

Music by: Joel Mellin / John Bundy & Ryan Hamilton (members of Naam)

Friday, July 3, 2009 / 7pm – midnight

Grace Exhibition Space
840 Broadway, 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11206
646-578-3402 / www.grace-exhibition-space.com

Performers: Daniel Bainbridge, Dennis Faurot, Holly Faurot, Kaitie Fitzgerald, Molly Fitzgerald, Erin Lee Jones, Sarah H. Paulson, and others 

Video Appearance: Laura Barnard 

Grace Exhibition Space presents Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson’s, "Rotten Metal Achievers," a 5-hour performance of choreographed simultaneous happenings that document how one experiences a constant state of growth and decay. The longtime collaborative duo has joined forces with performance artist Daniel Bainbridge who will introduce the character of Monkey Mop Boy during a 1-hour interlude beginning at 9pm.

While Faurot & Paulson rotate on dirt covered limestone slabs, Faurot’s father, Dennis Faurot enters and exits the space, while holding a photograph of Bainbridge’s Monkey Mop Boy.  Other performers, dancers and non-dancers, take cues from a video of a woman (Laura Barnard) carrying out movements at the edge of a pond.

While standing waist-high in water, she instructs and teaches in the rain.

Together, the three artists cross and re-cross individual finish lines throughout "Rotten Metal Achievers."  They are champions while enduring their footing in piles of dirt. Tests of endurance, precision, and concentration are subtle roadblocks that exist throughout the piece.

"Rotten Metal Achievers" will feature music by Joel Mellin

(www.joelmellin.com).   Mellin, who has composed music for Faurot &

Paulson’s work since 2002, will present algorithmically generated and scored computer music with live steel and metal input and accompaniment. John Bundy and Ryan Hamilton, members of the band Naam (www.myspace.com/naamdestroysfaces), will perform a live drone sequence during the final hour (11pm-midnight).

Rotten Metal Achievers is part of Grace Exhibition Space’s contribution to the 2009 Bushwick Biennial.  Please visit www.bushwickbiennial.com for more information.

For more information about Holly Faurot & Sarah H. Paulson’s collaborative work, go to www.faurotpaulson.com or write to info@faurotpaulson.com.

Visit www.grace-exhibition-space.com for more information about Grace Exhibition Space (directed by Jill McDermid).

*Daniel Bainbridge reflects the following about Monkey Mop Boy:

There are still a couple of strips of duct tape stuck to Boy's head that were originally used to attach a plastic bag filled with a bit of paint. The bag is gone, but his hand is still miming the gesture.

The "huffing" bag is gone... now his gesture implies "blowing." There is a connection between this sexual connotation and the "hand-to- mouth" economic situation. Addicts (of the child paint "huffer") and hookers are close cousins to victims of economic slavery. The big red lips ready to suck... blood suckers, parasites, paint huffers? The eyes are closed... but he has such cute, long eye lashes (taken from the same fake hide of the monkey). Is the monkey a cute little guy that you want to hold and feed from a white milk bottle? Or is the monkey at the end of a stick (at the end of the line). No, I think that the boy's relationship to the monkey mop is kind of innocent.

Boy's eyes are closed. He is not asleep. He is not blinking. He is shutting it out. He is imagining something. Maybe he is watching a dreamscape. When I read over the poem you wrote, "... virgin's leg and ass spit small belly feathers; get inhaled by the race horses. No cheeta gets clemency. Out of the foggy gully emerges a golden lair,"

I find myself in that place between worlds; the creative unconscious, the place that makes us human. The Boy is a whore; but he is enigmatic like Cinderella or St. Therese. He is pathetic but the boy is experiencing a transfiguring state, a window into which he catches a glimpse of ecstasy. There is something extraordinary about him. The Boy is wearing bright pink pants and a forest green turtleneck.

The Boy has a job to do; he is a worker. He is caught in a strange surreal underworld. The monkey mop does two things: 1. It is creepy and absurd, provoking questions about the relationship between animals and humans. 2. It is a humorous invention meant to bring the "fun" back into cleaning. Novelty mops are items purchased by parents for their children. Having to clean would no longer be a form of punishment. This idea reminds me of Tom Sawyer painting the fence.

Why do we only see those sexy French maid outfits on Halloween? Why do I always picture Communists in grey jumpsuits? I need the colorful, dysfunctional melting pot of America.

Surrogate lover in the form of a fake white seal; its outer fur is coarse like fine steel wool; the inner stuffing is creamy like artificial cotton balls. The mind must make up for the deficiency.

The imagination and repetitive motions bring forth the coiled serpent of the seven circles. The partnership pings and pongs the feathered birdie back and forth, over/above the net. Sweat trickles down and the breath becomes heavy. The intensity in the eyes beam the headlights of hunger… traveling through the tunnel, towards the secret trigger. Now we are both together... scissoring our heads together... the many hands become one. I swallowed your world... and it came to me in a dozen white millipedes. When I pulled them out I was relieved and the worms were fine... until my brother flipped one on its back... the scream was of a wind-up machine. Their little legs didn't hurt my throat. You inspire me. Who am I now?


13. Jay Critchley, FF Alumn, on Logo/Viacon TV, July 25

Ptown Diaries debuted at the 2009 LGBT Film Festival in NYC and at the Provincetown Int'l Film Festival, and will be shown on LOGO/VIACON television on July 25 at 8:00 pm. It chronicles the lively history of this historic art colony and tourist destination on Cape Cod, Provincetown, MA, and features Norman Mailer, Michael Cunningham, Lea DeLaria and Jay Critchley. Narrated by Allan Cummings.


14. Karen Shaw, Hannah Wilke, FF Alumns, at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, Manhattan, opening July 2

Karen Shaw at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, July 2-August 14.  Reception July 2.

Daughter of the Revolution:  Women & Collage at Pavel Zoubok Gallery, 533 West 23rd St. between 10th and 11th Avenues.  212-675-7490.

The group show includes Nora Aslan, Alice Attie, Hannelore Barron, Lynda Benglis, Hannah Hoch, Judy Pfaff, Miriam Schapiro, Hannah Wilke and others.

Summer hours are Monday to Friday 11-6.  Hope you can stop by.


15. Nina Kuo, FF Alumn, at Gallery 456, Manhattan, thru July 10

Nina Kuo- Lorin Roser :"Mythical Montage"Paintings Parallel 3D Animation -Gallery 456, 456 B'way, NYC til -July 10 2009
m-f 12-6pm  www.caacarts.org

This exhibition received reviews in three Chinese language newspapers and is also covered on  www.NYartbeat.com  and www.artslant.com


16. Liliana Porter, FF Alumn, at Hosfelt Gallery, Manhattan, June 25-27

Hosfelt Gallery is pleased to present the U.S. premiere of Liliana Porter’s most recent video Matinee/Matiné with screenings at our New York gallery on Thursday, June 25 at 7pm and Saturday, June 27 at 2 and 4pm.

*Following the screening on June 25, Porter will have a conversation about her work with Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro, Director of the ColecciónPatricia Phelps de Cisneros.

Drawn from an extensive collection of vintage knickknacks, toys, and souvenirs, Porter’s “characters” (with occasional help from a human hand) “act” in a succession of seemingly unrelated vignettes that together comprise a poetic vision of the human condition. Incongruities between image and music trigger unexpected political,philosophical and existential interpretations.

Matinee/Matiné is Porter’s fourth video work. As in each of the prior videos, the haunting and beautiful soundtrack is an original scorecomposed and performed by Sylvia Meyer.

Liliana Porter was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and has lived in New York since 1964.  Her work has been exhibited extensively internationally.  It is currently the subject of a major survey exhibition at the Museo Tamayo in Mexico City. Within the past year, her work was included in New York Graphic Workshop: 1964-1970 at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Texas; Here Is Every. Four Decades of Contemporary Art at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the Sharjah Biennial, United Arab Emirates; she had solo gallery exhibitions in New York, Boston and Buenos Aires; and she completed a commission from the Dia Art Foundation for an interactive web project, Rehearsal, which can be viewed at http://www.diabeacon.org/porter/.

Her work is in numerous public and private collections, including The Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Metropolitan Museum, New York; Philadelphia Museum of Art; Smithsonian Museum of American Art; Daros-Latinamerica Collection, Zurich; and Tate Modern, London.

Sylvia Meyer was born in Uruguay. She lives and works in New York.She studied composition, conducting, piano and oboe at the Conservatorio Universitario de Montevideo. She has composed more than 100 original pieces for theater and film and composed and performed the music for all of Liliana's Porter videos: For You (1999), Drum Solo (2000), Fox in the Mirror (2007) and Matinee (2009).  In 2007,she exhibited a sound piece in the 6th Mercosur Biennial.

Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro is Director of the Colección Patricia Phelpsde Cisneros, New York and Caracas.  From 2002 to 2007 he was Curator of Latin American Art at the Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin.  Prior to that he was Director of Visual Arts at TheAmericas Society, New York, Exhibitions and Projects Coordinator at the Casa de América, Madrid, and Founding Curator of the University of Essex Collection of Latin American Art in Colchester, England.  He holds a PhD in Art History and Theory from the University of Essex, and an MA in Latin American Studies and Art History from theUniversity of Aberdeen. In 2007 he was chief curator of the 6th Mercosul Biennial in Porto Alegre, Brazil.  His 2007 exhibition The Geometry of Hope was awarded “Best Thematic Museum Show Nationally”by the US Chapter of the International Association of Art Critics.

Hosfelt Gallery, New York is located at 531 W. 36th Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues. For more information, call 212.563.5454 or visit www.hosfeltgallery.com.


17. David Medalla, FF Alumn, in Artforum Magazine, Summer 2009

Dear Friends,
A friend informed me that in the summer 2009 issue of ARTFORUM magazine, published in New York City, there is a small color photograph of "Cloud Canyons" (my bubble machines) on page 352 of that publication. The work was included in a recent exhibition at CAPC in Bordeaux, France, curated by Yann Chataigne.
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