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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
April 21, 2004

1. Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid, FF Visionary, in Washington, D.C., TONITE April 21, 6 pm
2. Deb Margolin, FF Alumn, reviewed in the New York Times, April 20, 2004
3. Peter Cramer, FF Alumn, and Le Petit Versailles Garden reviewed in NY Blade
4. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at Cornelia Street Café, April 28-29, 8:30 pm
5. Nancy Buchanan, FF Alumn, announces new website, www.sleepsecure.org
6. Loads of FF Alumns honor Mark Russell at Capitale, May 12, 8-1 am
7. Karen Finley, FF Alumn, and others in benefit for Collective: Unconscious, May 6
8. Stefanie Trojan, FF Alumn, in Munich, Germany, May 23rd, and more.
9. Reverend Billy, FF Alumn, West Coast Tour through April 24
10. Purchase College Senior Showcase at Peter Norton Space, April 26, 7-8 pm.
11. Vernita N'Cognita, Ljubica Stanivuk, FF Alumns, in Tribeca, opens April 22, 6-8 pm
12. Larry Walczak, FF Alumn, at Boreas Gallery, Brooklyn, opening April 23, 6-9 pm

1. Paul D. Miller a.k.a. DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid, FF Visionary, in Washington, D.C., TONITE April 21, 6 pm

@ Local 16 [Art + Activism]
Join The Experimental Party For An Evening Of Deconstructive Surgery On The Artificial Skin
Activating The Nation's Capital Through Artistic Mediation
Wednesday, April 21, 6pm
Local 16 [Upstairs]
1602 U St, NW
Washington, DC
Free/Cash Bar

Andy Deck, Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky & 47, Randall Packer, Trace Reddell, Rick Silva,
Wesley Smith
Noskilz Sound & Video Syndicate, Pneuthogram, Sick Bed
Organized by the US Department of Art & Technology
Washington, DC


2. Deb Margolin, FF Alumn, reviewed in the New York Times, April 20, 2004

Deb Margolin, FF Alumn, has a new play, "Three Seconds in the Key" and it received a glowing review by Margo Jefferson of the New York Times. Look for "Layups of Love in the Heart of an Arena" in the April 20th New York Times, page E5. Congrats Deb.


3. Peter Cramer, FF Alumn, and Le Petit Versailles Garden reviewed in NY Blade

In this week's NY Bade is a delightful and informative feature on the East Village garden Petit Versailles, Allied Productions and yours truly!

(Cut and paste into browser if link does not work)

Hope to see you there this summer!
Peter Cramer


4. Joshua Fried, FF Alumn, at Cornelia Street Café, April 28-29, 8:30 pm

Dear People--
At the end of this month I have a two-night stand performing with RADIO, SHOES and LAPTOP.
Wednesday & Thursday
April 28-29, 2004 8.30pm
Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia St. (at West 4th Street)
NYC 212-989-9319
Ticket prices $20 after TOMORROW, April 18th
Tickets available through TicketWeb:
This performance marks my growing relationship with New York's Composers Collaborative organization: I share the program with their "Dynamic Duo", Douglas Geers & Guillermo Castro. See: http://www.composerscollab.org/upcoming_events/index.html

As for me, once again I will walk on with FM boom box, grab some radio bits on the spot, and fire up the PowerBook and Musical Shoes to slice, dice and rhythmatize the media as it flies through the air. In other words, the (always-different) usual, and still in-progress! As I continue to perform the piece in its current state, my structured improvs grow increasingly musical, or so I'm told. The comic/theatrical elements are still there.

My next major step will be to create software algorithms which will transform the found sound into complex, FUNKY musical patterns. And then on to longer structures, all from found material, of course...GOOD NEWS: Through HERE Arts Center's Artist Residency Program, I have a projected PREMIERE of the COMPLETED Radio Wonderland in January 2005. I'd like to mention also that I realize that many of you are far away. I don't expect anyone to fly out to see me, but I wanted you to know what I'm up to.
Thanks for reading!
Joshua Fried


5. Nancy Buchanan, FF Alumn, announces new website, www.sleepsecure.org

Dear Friends,
I'm happy to announce my new website, part of an online exhibition at:
or, you may view it at:
Nancy Buchanan


6. Loads of FF Alumns honor Mark Russell at Capitale, May 12, 8-1 am

FEVA and P.S. 122 invite you to RAVE REVUE
A party to honor Mark Russell and his 20 years at Performance Space 122
Wednesday, May 12, 2004
8pm - 1am
130 Bowery (at Grand St.) NYC
A Benefit for the Federation of East Village Artists (FEVA) and P.S. 122
Performances, music, dancing, art auction!
Honorary Co-Chairs:Olga Garay, RoseLee Goldberg, Meredith Monk, Kiki Smith and Ellen Stewart
Featuring: Eric Bogosian, Ron K. Brown, Karen Finley, John Kelly, Meredith Monk, Elizabeth Streb, Antony, Justin Bond, Circus Amok, DANCENOISE, The Elementals, Jonathan Ames & The Impact Addict, Sarah Michelson, David Neumann, Pat Oleszko, Carl Hancock Rux, Lucy Sexton, Carmelita Tropicana and others.
Music by DJs Lady Bunny and Johnny Dynell.
Contributor Tickets: $35 adv./$40 door (admission to the party and performances / complimentary vodka cocktails 8 -10pm)
Patron Tickets: $150/$300/$500 (admission to the party, performances and VIP Patrons1 Lounge / hors d1oeuvres / open bar for the entire evening)
Doors at 8pm
Main Stage show begins at 9pm
Advance purchase recommended
Proceeds support FEVA's presentation of the annual HOWL! Festival of East Village Arts in August and ongoing programs at Performance Space 122.
For event information and to purchase tickets by phone call Scenic, event
coordinators, at 212.608.5999.
Tickets are also available in person at the P.S. 122 Box Office (150 1stAve. at E. 9th St.) or by phone by calling 212.477.5288


7. Ruth Hardinger, FF Alumn, reviewed in Sculpture Magazine, April 2004

Congrats to Ruth Hardinger, FF Alumn and Board member for the fine review of her work in Sculpture Magazine, April 2004, below. Congrats Ruth!

New York
Ruth Hardinger
Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art

Ruth Hardinger's "Relentless Unfolding: New Plasters and Graphite" documented a mature artist's recent explorations in both two-and three-dimensional form Her earlier work demonstrated a liking for pre-Columbian art - in 1992 she was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to create art in Mexico. Yet her current sculptures, essentially assemblages of forms such as balls and rings, bars and planes, do not conjure up the ancient arts of the Americas so much as they seem like an of-the-moment twist on certain kinds of Surrealist constructions. Built with hydrocal and plaster of Paris, Hardinger's sculptures work their way upward, rather like abstract totems. Her cast forms, as Dominique Nahas explains in an insightful brochure, consists of everyday objects - paper cups, cardboard tubes, boxes, and balls - that are simply joined, connected by threads and bolts. There is an iconic beauty to Hardinger's works, although it is hard to say for what ritual use they are intended. Actually the sense of mystery, pre-cultural if such a thing were possible, enveloping these curious but beautiful structures comes across as referencing the primal urge to create form.

There are more contemporary influences as well. The element of craft in Hardinger's work has similarities to that of Eva Hesse, whose brilliantly creative organicism Hardinger shares. There is also a nod to the brooding presence of Louise Bourgeoise: Hardinger keeps up a dialogue with the tradition of Surrelalism, its penchant for the mysteriously erotic. But the influences are only influences _ Hardinger has transmuted the art of her predecessors into a language very much her own. Sculpture, for so long second-best after painting, has a need to be understood on its own terms, as a three-dimensional guarantee of the efficacy of the object and its nearly unparalleled ability to reify our sense of perspective, that bugbear of Western art for so many years. In continuing to probe the language of sculpture, Hardinger comes to an agreement with its forms. Her assemblages bring together an idiom of disparate, albeit everyday materials in the hopes of rendering the physical metaphysical - not so much in its expression as in its wordless intent. As a result, Hardinger's work tends to exact its own standards, its particular language, in favor of a personally realized idiom.

Hardinger's idiosyncratic objects approach a high postmodernity from the vantage point of a seemingly casual, improvised craft. Her relation to earlier artists give a context, but it does not necessarily clarify the way her work approaches formal recognition. The impressive plaster Tripod Table (2002) has the moody allure of a piece by Giacometti, but without reference to his elegant Modernism. A three-legged table with a ball shape and a vase-like object on top, Tripod Table feels improvised, as if it had captured a moment of balance in its raw expressiveness. The scale helps here as swell: not miniature, not huge, not even life-size, the object functions at proportions just under those of everyday furniture. Tall Tripod 'Table ()2002), like its smaller version a combination of mixed plasters and hardware, is more than twice the height of Tripod Table. If offers the viewer several cast forms, including a ball, a bulb a broken, stick-like column. Its beauty is related to the way that Hardinger communicates the mute intensity of an object's completion, its pull on both the material and immaterial worlds.

Double Reach (2002) consists of two column coming off a small, flat pedestal; one rises vertically, while the other sweeps horizontally, only rising slightly from its source. The ball-like shapes on each column give the work its sense of funky independence, an attitude reiterated in Teeter for Two (2002), in which two vertical sculptures, one more or less stick-like and the other enhanced with two balls, work their way upward from an angled resting place.
Interestingly, Hardinger also presented graphite drawings, whose gray surfaces and gently rounded gestalts are elegant rather than consciously awkward. The drawing 031002RH (2002) consists of two long, vertical shapes, one ending at the bottom of the paper, the other lifting up at an angle, almost like the hoof of a horse. Hardinger uses her knowledge of three-dimensional form to capture a sense of bodily weight in the drawing, which otherwise does not clearly reference her sculptural efforts, Hardinger's work is most effective when it speaks to its audience as a self-sufficient statement, and this happened regularly in her eloquent and enjoyable show.

Jonathan Goodman
Sculpture Magazine, April 2004, pg 75.


7. Karen Finley, FF Alumn, performs to benefit Collective: Unconscious, May 6, 2004

The Members of Collective: Unconscious and the Members of the Benefit
Committee invite you to DECADANCE A benefit event for Collective: Unconscious
May 6, 2004 7pm-midnight
Hosted by Performance Space 122
150 First Avenue/9th St.
Featuring performances by
The Bindlestiff Family Cirkus
Karen Finley
Neal Medlyn (Mr. Lower East Side 2004)
Julie Atlas Muz
Electrified Sweets featuring Gecko, Jamie and a Tesla Coil Installation by Mikon Hall of Worlds (Daniel Green and Alicia Mikles) Sonic Environment by The Departure Lounge (John Hall, Adam Goldstone, and Perry Brandston)
Erotic Art Auction sponsored by Art @ Large
Wine Tasting sponsored by BV Wines
Open Bar Sponsored by:
Baramundi, Boru Vodka, Brooklyn Brewery and Rockstar Energy Drink Guest bar tenders from Baramundi
Snacks provided by local restaurants.
Download the invitation and buy tickets online at www.weird.org/decadance.
Tickets are also available at the P.S. 122 Box Office or by phone at 212.477.5288
For more information email Caterina Bartha at cu_decadance@earthlink.net
All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. All proceeds from this
event will be used for the C:U's New Space Fund and our programs in exile.
Invitation Design by Lori Mocha
See you at the party!!!


8. Stefanie Trojan, FF Alumn, in Munich, Germany, May 23rd, and more.

debutanten 04:
wolfang kaiser kim nekarda stefanie trojan
debutanten is a program of the bavarian state ministry for science, research and art which supports young artist with a solo catalogue and an exhibition. the show opens on friday may 23 2004 6pm-9pm in munich at the Galreie der Künstler, Maximilaianstrasse 42 80538 München
hours: tu-su 11am-6pm duration: 04/24/04 - 05/23/04 performance: 04/23/04 and 05/23/04 18-21 uhr Stefanie Trojan

in addition I announce my performance I do within the program "Aktionspotential" the synapsis series of the Leopold Lounge

contemporary art of Munich on wednesday, den April 21st 2004 in der Luitpold Lounge, Brienner Str. 13, 1. Stock, 7.30pm with Maya Bringolf, Karin Bergdolt, Jutta Burkhardt, Heike Döscher and Erika Krause, Tom Früchtl, Haubitz+Zoche, netzhal.de, Marius Pfannenstiel, Eva Rostfrei, Stefanie Trojan, Susanne Wagner and Tim Bennett, Stefan Wischnewski. DJ: Franz Kotteder



9. Reverend Billy, FF Alumn, West Coast Tour through April 24

Reverend Billy in California
Los Angeles, Fresno, Santa Cruz, Arcata, Sebastopol, Cotati, Berkeley, Bernal Heights, The Castro and various points between!

In their first trip West since Burning Man 2003 Reverend Billy and the Stop Big Boxes Gospel Choir flee New York City to sing and preach from LA to Humboldt County April 17th to 24th, performing for citizens, activist groups and union locals who are resisting the predatory influx of transnational chain stores. Fourteen events over the course of the week include a Los Angeles screening of Playloud! Productions documentary "Reverend Billy", a live concert for tree-sitters near Arcata and the finale performance at the 1400 seat Castro Theater in San Francisco.

In addition to outside actions, in-store interventions, dressing room dramas and cash register confessions, The Church of Stop Shopping will perform their interactive revival service on April 18th at The State Playhouse, Los Angeles Campus of Cal State University at 6 pm and April 21st at Subud Hall, Sepastopol at 8 pm.

On April 24th, 8 PM, The Castro Theater welcomes Reverend Billy's infamous Off-Broadway interactive play, an overwhleming post-religious church service, featuring a twenty-five voice gospel choir, The Reading of the Word (never the Bible), Fabulous Secret Sainthood, Credit Card Exorcisms and Thoughtful Mortifications with special guest Charlene Moore (Gospel diva and former Musical Director for Sylvester), SF Cabaret favorite Kitty Ultra Sound and Two Tons of Fun. The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will be honored and their 25th Anniversary celebrated. Directed by Savitri Durkee Tickets -$10, available at outlets throughout the Bay Area and through CASTROTHEATRE.COM or 415 621 6120, 429 Castro Street.

The Church of Stop Shopping will give a live radio performance on West Coast Live Saturday April 24th, at 10 am.

With special thanks to The Black Rock Arts Foundation, The Bioneers, Lifebridge, Puffin, and The Arts and Healing Network
for their support.


10. Purchase College Senior Showcase at Peter Norton Space, April 26, 7-8 pm

Purchase College's Conservatory Of Theatre Arts And Film Presents Its First Dramatic Writing Senior Showcase Event At Signature Theatre

On Monday, April 26 The Conservatory of Theatre Arts and Film of Purchase College's School of the Arts will showcase an evening of new works for the stage and screen, written by the Conservatory's Dramatic Writing department seniors and performed by its Senior Acting Company. The event, An Evening of New Writing, will take place from 7 to 8 pm at the Signature Theatre Company at the Peter Norton Space, 55 W. 42nd St., (between 10th and 11th Aves., A,C,or E subway lines at 42nd St), NYC.

The showcase event will feature excerpts from the works of six seniors in the Conservatory's Dramatic Writing department, a recently formed department in the Conservatory. "Purchase College possesses a rare tradition of excellence in the dramatic arts and writing, especially for such a young program," says David Bassuk, Purchase College's Director of the Conservatory of Theatre Arts and Film. "Our Dramatic Writing department is now in its fifth year, yet it was clear to me from the beginning that what these young writers were expressing was special and deserved a showcase, where others could sample these new voices. We hope this evening of new writing will become an annual and much-anticipated event."

A diversity of topics
The works to be performed deal with a variety of contemporary themes and topics. For example, in Promise by Andre T. Gauthier (from Corning, NY), a woman's deathbed vow becomes a prison, binding her to a factory job she hates, a one-company town she's never left, and an alcoholic father and schizophrenic brother bent on self-destruction. In livebait by Michael Hazzard (from NYC), a young man's drink- and drug-induced nightlife leads to a dangerous love affair with a man who may be a serial killer. First Times by Eric Chaney (from Freehold, NJ) deals with a boy and girl who encounter death for the first time; while Birth by Jaime Gaske (from Brooklyn, NY) focuses on a woman caught among the crossfire of her overbearing Jewish mother, an over eager husband, and an unsuspecting doctor, all while lying on her back, giving birth. Other works include: Dead Man in Search of a Hole by Adam W. Cummings and Projects to the Penthouse by Markanthony Henry.

An Evening of New Writing is directed by Tracy Bersley, a director/choreographer who has focused on new play development and devised numerous plays, having directed her adaptations of The House on Mango Street (Black Box Theatre, Syracuse Univ.), Tibet: Through the Red Box (HERE); lamb of gods (Fringe NYC), 5. Wash your Bowl (Teatro de la Culebra), The Awful Rowing toward God and The Anatomy of Touch (Ontological Theatre). She has collaborated with theatres such as McCarter Theatre, RoundAbout, Second Stage, Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School, and playwrights Regina Taylor, Doug Hughes, Sam Shepard, David Mamet, Emily Mann, James Rado, Andrew Bovell and Chuck Mee. Ms. Bersley teaches acting/movement at Purchase College, directing at New York University, serves as Artist-in-Residence at Second Stage Theatre, and is a Drama League Fellow.

Purchase College is known for its excellence in the performing arts and its diverse student body. The Senior Acting Company include members from locations all across the country: Michael Carlsen (Brooklyn, NY), Arlene T. Chico-Lugo (Ft. Drum, NY), Michael Kevin Darnall (Silver Spring, MD), Rainie Davis (Longview, Texas), James H. DeLeon IV (Philadelphia, PA), Keith Jamal Downing (Bronx, NY), Taneisha Duggan (Middletown, CT), Shanna Ferrigno (Santa Monica, CA), Cristina Gomez (Bronx, NY), Nathan Kaufman (Seattle, WA), Matt Luceno (Missoula, Montana), Kate Painter ((San Francisco, CA), Brina Stone (Durham, NC), Reynaldo Valentin (Bridgeport, CT), and Constance Wu (Richmond, VA).

The production staff, from the Conservatory's Design/Technology department, includes: Noelle Font, Production Stage Manager (Monroe, NY); Michael Zaleski ,Assistant Stage Manager (Cromwell, CT); Shalon Palmer, Lighting Designer; Alicia Cruso, Assistant Lighting Designer. The event is free, but reservations are necessary. For information and reservations, call 914-251-6830.


11. Vernita N'Cognita, Ljubica Stanivuk, FF Alumns, in Tribeca, opens April 22, 6-8 pm

The 10th ANNIVERSARY of "ART FROM DETRITUS: Recycling with Imagination"
April 22 - May 30, Opening reception & celebration: April 22, 6-8 pm.
Synagogue for the Arts Gallery Space
49 White Street, between Broadway and Church Street in Tribeca.

"The power of art is that it changes our perceptions of reality, making us see things with new eyes, b ecause we as recyclers need this transforming power of art." --Clifford Case, National Recycling Coalition, Washington, D.C.

"Art from Detritus: Recycling with Imagination," an exhibit filled with impressive, innovative, and inspiring art made from trash, celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2004. Fragments of discarded, found, and recycled materials transformed into painting, collage, sculpture, assemblage, and installation will be on display at the Synagogue for the Arts Gallery Space, 49 White Street in Tribeca, from April 22 to May 30.

Since the beginning of time, people have created art from life's detritus because of the inherent beauty and accessibility of the old or discarded artifact, its spiritual significance, or because trash is free. Contemporary artists, too, are attracted to trash as a medium. By rejecting traditional art materials and using society's wastes to create their art, not only do they give new meaning and value to the trash they transform but also help the environment and our planet.

"This show will enforce in people's mind the value of recycled materials and help transform their view of garbage. Making art with throw-aways is the ultimate level of recyclingand reuse, for people rarely throw away ART," says N'Cognita (aka Vernita Nemec), the NYC-based artist/activist whocurates"Art from Detritus."

The 10th anniversary show, which opens on Earth Day, includes the work of: Andrew Bailis, Beth Bailis, Marcia Bernstein, Richard Brachman, Marlen Bremer, Kiki Brodkin, Ursula Clark, Joan Criswell, John Dahlsen, Angela Davies, May De Viney, Kiffi Diamond, Rima Grad, Ula Einstein, Christopher Gibbs, Paul Greco, Fred Gutzeit, Cathy Hunter, Mary Frances Judge, Jamie Kelty, Kathleen King, Olivia Koopalethes, L. Brandon Krall, Diane Kurzyna aka ruby re-Usable, Flash Light, Barbara Lubliner, Susan Lyons, Iain Machell, Susanna Macomb, Lynne Mayocole, Kazuko Miyamoto, Karen Moss, N'Cognita, Stacey Clarfield Newman, Susan Newmark, Stuart Nicholson, Garry Noland, Goran Petmil, Michael Poast, Emma Powell, Len Rosenfeld, Alan Rosner, Sura Ruth, Miriam Schaer, Barbara K Schwartz, Naz Shahrokh, d'Ann de Simone, Kathleen E. Smith, Shirley Smith, Stephen Soreff, Ljubica Stanivuk, Danielle Stephane,, Sam Weiner aka Evangeline Tabasco, Marjie Zelman and others..

To schedule group visits for schools and community organizations, contact Marilyn Sontag, gallery coordinator at the Synagogue for the Arts, at 212-966-7141 or e-mail:abz@inch.com, or curator N'Cognita at 212-925-4419 or email Ncognita@earthfire.org.
Gallery Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 1 - 5 PM; Tuesday, 1 - 7 PM. Also by appointment. Special hours for T.O.A.S.T. (Tribeca Open Artists Studio Tour): April 24 and25, 1- 6 pm.

To see more Art from Detritus, please go to www.ncognita.com


12. Larry Walczak, FF Alumn, at Boreas Gallery, Brooklyn, opening April 23, 6-9 pm

Exhibition:SIZE DOES MATTER Large Drawings from Brooklyn

Place: eyewash @ BOREAS Gallery
Location: 133-A Roebling, Williamsburg, Brooklyn NY
Time: April 16 through May 23, 2004
Gallery Hours: Fri thru Sun 1-6pm
Opening Reception: Friday, April 23 6-9pm
Contact: 718-387-2714 or 718-384-3862
For more information: www.eyewash.cc www.galleryboreas.com

SIZE DOES MATTER is a joint venture of eyewash and Gallery Boreas. This group exhibition explores both media and scale in a collection of artists who regularly utilize large compositions in their respective visual pursuits. This exhibition showcases large site-specific 'drawings' on the gallery walls by Joan Linder & David Brody.

David Brody who works almost exclusively in site-specific drawing-installations seeks "brick solid volume in building up patterns". Joan Linder isolates inanimate objects and gives them a life of their own with her bold strokes of ink. In 'Red Rocket' she offers a large rendering in red ink of a 12 foot high missle. Il Lee utilzes the cross-hatching of lines but he uses a black Papermate medium ballpoint to build areas of line eventually becoming solid black in his abstract drawings on paper. Amy Kao's large drawings are untouched by either pen or brush as she utilizes a small marking device over graphite paper to build patterns of 'markings' that often give her work a printmaking quality. Lori Ellison creates a memorable approach to the notion of self-portrait. Known for her blue ballpoint pen drawings Ellison creates a large composition by piecing together several smaller sheets of renderings of her name. Laura Bruce makes drawings of snapshots of family visits. She isolates family members in various juxtapositions in her colored pencil renderings.

SIZE DOES MATTER offers viewers a peek at large-scale drawings being done in New York City. This collection of artists are focused on drawing as finished art each utilizing scale to better facilitate that notion.

eyewash is a migratory gallery based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and directed by Larry Walczak, FF Alumn. eyewash selects spaces to match the character and style of individual artists and group exhibitions. eyewash curated & produced SIZE DOES MATTER with the cooperation of Scott Laugenour the director of Gallery Boreas. For more information regarding past & future eyewash projects go to www.eyewash.cc or call 718-387-2714.



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