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Contents for February 21, 2011
1. Dafna Naphtali, FF Fund recipient 2010-11, at The Flea, Manhattan, March 26

2. Dan Kwong, FF Alumn, at Gyeonggi Creation Center, Seongam, Korea, February
3. Julie Tolentino, FF Alumn, at Yerba Buena Arts Center, SF CA, March 25-26
4. Joseph Nechvatal, FF Alumn, at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Feb. 21
5. Naoto Nakagawa, FF Alumn, at Feature Inc., Manhattan, April 13-May 15
6. Adrianne Wortzel, Susan Fleminger, FF Alumns, at BMCC, Manhattan, March 9
7. Benoit Maubrey, FF Alumn, upcoming events
8. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, launches new website, www.francpalaia.com
9. Carolee Schneemann, Kristine Stiles, FF Alumns, at 192 Books, Manhattan, Feb. 24
10. Yvonne Rainer, FF Alumn, at Baryshnikov Arts Center, Manhattan, Mar. 16-19
11. Alison Knowles, FF Alumn, at James Fuentes, Manhattan, Feb. 23-April 3
12. Sonya Rapoport, FF Alumn, at Kala Institute Gallery, Berkeley, CA, opening Mar. 4, and more
13. Laure Drogoul, FF Alumn, at Julio Fine Arts Gallery, Baltimore, MD, thru Feb. 27

1. Dafna Naphtali, FF Fund recipient 2010-11, at The Flea, Manhattan, March 26

Dafna Naphtali performs ROBOTICA for voice, electronics and LEMUR music robots at Music with a View Festival 2011
Saturday March 26, 2011 8pm (plus 3pm public demonstration )
Flea Theater 41 White Street New York, NY 10013-3549 (212) 226-0051 www.theflea.org/ Admission Free

On Saturday March 26th, 2011, Dafna Naphtali will present her work Robotica, with Eric Singer’s LEMUR music robots, at the Music with a View Festival at Flea Theater in Manhattan with support from Franklin Furnace Fund.

Robotica is a music and performance piece for voice, wireless gestural controllers and the LEMUR music robots, inspired by work and persona of the ingenious 13th century scholar/inventor Al-Jazari —the Mesopotamian creator of the very first musical automata. Intrigued by Al-Jazari’s drawings and descriptions of his mechanical inventions in his "Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices" written in 1206, Naphtali created "Robotica" as her imagined music for Jazari’s automata reflecting on mechanical aspects of his many inventions, musical and non-musical some which are still in use today

Robotica was written for the LEMUR "GuitarBot" -- a 4-string remote-controlled guitar robot, plus a rack of robotic percussion "ModBots", as well as Naphtali’s multi-octave voice and her live sound processing of those acoustic sounds. Using two Wii controllers in tandem physical gestures, and percussion triggered by her voice as well as a laptop running computer programs she writes (in Max/MSP), Naphtali controls what’s being played by the robots as well as her signature audio manipulations of their sound and the intricate rhythmic structures she creates. The performance is a expansion of work first begun during a 2008 residency at LEMUR, made possible by Franklin Furnace Fund.

This performance/variable media artwork was made possible, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Major support of the Franklin Furnace Fund was provided in 2010-11 by the Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, and Jerome Foundation.

Dafna Naphtali is a sound-artist/ improviser/composer from an eclectic musical background. As a singer/guitarist/electronic-musician she performs and composes using her Max/MSP programming for sound processing of voice and other instruments.

Dafna has collaborated / performed with many experimental musicians and video artists over the past 15 years, such as Ras Moshe, Alexander Waterman , Lukas Ligeti, David First, Joshua Fried, Darius Jones, Kathleen Supové and Hans Tammen as well as video artists (Benton-C Bainbridge , Angie Eng, Lenore Malen and others) and with choreographer Daria Fain . She co-leads the digital chamber punk ensemble, What is it Like to be a Bat? with Kitty Brazelton (www.whatbat.org) , and is a founder of Magic Names vocal ensemble (performing Stockhausen’s Stimmung).

Dafna has received commissions and awards from NY Foundation for the Arts, NY State Council on the Arts, Meet the Composer, Experimental TV Center, Brecht Forum, and residencies at STEIM (Holland), Music OMI and iEAR at Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute. She’s twice received commissions from American Composers Forum (1999 work for pianist Kathleen Supové plus Disklavier, and in 2010 for Magic Names vocal ensemble),. Dafna is a 2011 recipient of Franklin Furnace Fund award to develop work with Eric Singer’s LEMUR music robots. She’s performed and traveled widely and under usual circumstances for her music to festivals and venues all around the world, including to India in 2010 for collaboration with Hindustani singer, Vidya Shah (courtesy of American Music Center). Dafna teaches and gives workshops at universities in the US and Europe, and holds a Masters in Music Technology from New York University, where she is part-time faculty . Dafna has been teaching, programming and consulting about computer music since1995 at Harvestworks (New York). There and also as a freelancer has done sound design and/or programming work for the projects of many artists at the forefront of digital and interactive music.

Dafna can be heard on Mechanique(s) (Acheulian Handaxe), on What is it Like to be a Bat? (Tzadik/Oracles) (4 Stars, All Music Guide) with Brazelton and Danny Tunick, Her newest CD Chatter Blip with Chuck Bettis is on Acheulian Handaxe.

www.dafna.info and www.myspace.com/dafnanaphtali

Music with a View 2011 Festival http://tinyurl.com/mwav2011
Music With A View is a FREE music festival devoted to the discovery of new, fresh sound created and performed by contemporary musicians. Each event features the works of 2-3 emerging and/or mid-career composers and is followed by an open discussion between the artists and the audience.

Music with a View 2011 The Flea is pleased to announce the 2011 Music with a View festival, running March 21-April 3, 2011. For the first time, all six concerts will take place in a festival format, with special activities such as lectures, workshops & and forums adding to the excitement.

About Music with a View Music With A View was developed to complement The Flea’s successful Dance Conversations @ The Flea. Both programs present works-in-progress by artists experimenting with new ideas and new forms. Each Music With A View event features the works of 2-3 emerging and/or mid-career composers and each performance will be followed by an open discussion between the artists and the audience, moderated by musician Kathleen Supové and other leaders in the field of music.

Music With A View was created to respond to a need for a lab-like space in which working artists can engage in a meaningful dialogue with the audience. It is dedicated to nurturing new works and to the free exchange of ideas, thoughts and opinions between artists and audience. Expect the works presented to be in various stages of development—raw, half-baked or fully developed. Admission is free.

Press contact: Dafna Naphtali
Tel: 718-349-0116 Email: post@dafna.info



2. Dan Kwong, FF Alumn, at Gyeonggi Creation Center, Seongam, Korea, February

Dan Kwong is in residency at Gyeonggi Creation Center in South Korea for the month of February, teaching a storytelling workshop with 12-16 very spirited elderly Korean women. GCC is located on Seongam island, a rural area outside of Seoul. So far it seems the women are teaching me more than I am them! The project is supported by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department.



3. Julie Tolentino, FF Alumn, at Yerba Buena Arts Center, SF CA, March 25-26

Julie Tolentino in Meg Stuart's Auf den Tisch! at Yerba Buena Arts Center, SF March 25-26


Meg Stuart: Auf den Tisch! Auf den Tisch! (which means "to put things on the table") is an improvisation project by internationally acclaimed dancer/choreographer Meg Stuart. The setup is a large table with four microphones that the audience and performers sit around. As the performers begin to improvise — singing, playing, dancing, talking, sometimes "on stage" (on the table) and sometimes not — the lines between performers and audiences begin to blur and the experience becomes a collaboration or negotiation where everyone has to "put things on the table" and work through the situation together. With an ever-changing cast of performers, thinkers, musicians, dancers, visual artists and audience members, each performance is a unique experience. The cast for the YBCA performances include next to Meg Stuart well-known San Francisco performer and choreographer Keith Hennessy, theoretician and performer Janez Janša, Stuart's long–time musical collaborator and composer Hahn Rowe and several other artists.

Fri 3/25/11 8:00PM
Sat 3/26/11 8:00PM

Julie Tolentino
Julie Tolentino creates intimate solo movement–based installations, durational performances, one–to–one events and audio soundscapes in the U.S. and abroad. She has collaborated with artists such as David Rousseve, Ron Athey, Ibrahim Quarishi, Vaginal Davis, Catherine Opie and many others. She is co–director, with Ron Athey, of Praxis Mohave Bootcamp for Performance Artists, a bi–annual workshop. Tolentino was awarded a Franklin Furnace Performance (1999–2000), a Field Space grant (2007), a Pact–Zollverine residency (2010) and a CHIME Grant (2010) with Doran George. Most recently, she received funding from ART MATTERS 2010–11 for research/travel to the Phillippines and a Yellow House Fund/Tides Foundation grant for curatorial research and presentation in 2011. She splits her time between Los Angeles and Joshua Tree, California.



4. Joseph Nechvatal, FF Alumn, at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Feb. 21

Monday, February 21 Lecture by Joseph Nechvatal: "The Viractual" at the University of Maryland Baltimore County - Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery. 4:30 pm Admission is free. Sponsored by the Department of Visual Arts and the James T. and Virginia M. Dresher Center for the Humanities at the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

For more information see:
Towards An Immersive Intelligence: Essays on the Work of Art in the Age of Computer Technology and Virtual Reality 1993-2006 [Paperback] http://www.amazon.com/Towards-Immersive-Intelligence-Technology-1993-2006/dp/1893207242




5. Naoto Nakagawa, FF Alumn, at Feature Inc., Manhattan, April 13-May 15

my exhibition at Feature Inc. NYC from April 13-May 15.
Also my painting will be shown at INDEPENDENT art fair, 548 West 22nd Street, NYC by Feature Inc. from March 3-6.
Thank you. Sincerely, Naoto Nakagawa

Naoto Nakagawa



6. Adrianne Wortzel, Susan Fleminger, FF Alumns, at BMCC, Manhattan, March 9

Dialogues in the Visual Arts Program Curator: Susan Fleminger

From the (Trans)gendered Body to the Cyborg:

Feminism, Art, and Technology

Hana Iverson: Common Ground

Wednesday, March 9, 2011 at 7PM; $5 - Reception to Follow


Judith K. Brodsky - Founding Co-Director, Rutgers University Institute for Women and Art, Professor Emerita, Visual Arts Department, Rutgers University

Kat Griefen - Director, A.I.R. Gallery, independent curator

New Media Artists Panelists:

Jennifer Hall - Founder/Director Do While Studio, Professor Massachusetts College of Art

Hana Iverson - Visiting Scholar, Institute for Women and Art/Rutgers University, Senior Fellow, Center for Creative Research,New York University

Adrianne Wortzel - Professor, New York City College of Technology/CCNY


Ferris Olin - Professor, Founding Co-Director, Rutgers University Institute for Woman and Art

Dialogues in the Visual Arts is a theme-based visual arts program focusing on the work of multiple artists sharing one bill and moderated by critics, gallery owners and curators.

From the (Trans)gendered Body to the Cyborg: Feminism, Art, and Technology is an important dialogue about the intersection of gender and technology that will include issues of how women artists are using new media tools to express feminist content, the differences in approach by female and male artists and the erasure of the binary, how women artists' technological innovations can be publicly acknowledged, and the influence of women artists through interactive and personal modes of social networking in today's digital world.

Part II of this panel will take place on Saturday, March 22 at the Brooklyn Museum Sackler Center.

Judith K. Brodsky was the national president of ArtTable, and is past president of the College Art Association, as well as former national president of the Women's Caucus for art. Brodsky is the founder of the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper, now renamed the Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions in her honor.

Kat Griefen has been the Director of A.I.R. Gallery, the first artist run gallery for women in the United States. She is an independent curator and the New York Coordinator and a National Committee Member for The Feminist Art Project.


Hana Iverson is an artist and educator with a background in photography, video, installation and interactive media. Her work has been exhibited and/or screened at venues across North America, most recently at the Esther Klein Gallery/Breadboard as part of a Virtual Public Art Exhibit for DesignPhiladelphia2010.

Jennifer Hall is a pioneer is the field of new media and has been a widely respected member of the art and new media community for over a quarter of a century. Hall received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the Kansas City Art Institute, and her Masters of Science in Visual Studies (M.S.V.S.) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Adrianne Wortzel explores a range of new technologies as web works, videos robotic installations and performance productions. Her work has been featured in Data Dynamics at the Whitney Museum of American Art and Cooper Union's Technoseduction exhibition to name a few.


Ferris Olin is an art historian, curator, women’s studies scholar and librarian. Dr. Olin received the 2007 Annual Recognition Award from the College Art Association Committee on Women in the Arts; and was awarded the Art to Life Award from A.I.R. Gallery and Art and Living Magazine.

Call Ticketing Services (212) 220 - 1460

BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center is located on the campus of the Borough of Manhattan Community College, 199 Chambers St., NYC.

url: http://adriannewortzel.com



7. Benoit Maubrey, FF Alumn, upcoming events

Here is news update from Benoit Maubrey and the Audio Gruppe

Currently I am artist-in-residence of the Danish government in Aarhus and developing 2 completely new performances (BALLET A LARSEN + a feedback performance ensemble, and CHAOS = a sampler performance with 6 Audio Ballerinas): all of this is happening with local techniciens and dancers. These will be presented during the SPOR festival in May 2011.

also in July I will do a workshop with North Carolina Dance Theatre in Charlotte, NC on July 18th- 22nd , 2011. The company will be in residence in Chautauqua NY in view of presenting an evening of ballet entitled Ballet Tech. The focus of this evening will be technology with dance. The Artistic Director Jean –Pierre Bonnefoux will be doing a piece with Audio Ballerina technology that will happen on October 17th – November 20th 2011.

Last but not least I am invited to present 4 pieces of mine: AUDIO CYCLISTS, AUDIO BALLERINAS, SORBEN 3000, and AUDIO GEISHAS at the Festival Accroche-Coeurs in Angers/France on Sept 5-8th. Also during this festival I will also build a sound sculpture with 2000 used loudspeaker boxes and original Berlin Wall sections , the piece MUR SONORE = SOUND WALL will function like a Speakers Corner : people can call up the Wall and talk through it. All 2000 speakers are hooked up and are in effect a giant PA system.

see for videos, pdf catalogs, photos and texts of performances and installations:




8. Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, launches new website, www.francpalaia.com

Hi Everyone!

I am pleased to announce the launch of my new website. www.francpalaia.com
You can check it for news, special announcements, shows, tours, recent works and projects.
If you are interested in joining me on a two hour Walking Guided Tour of Public Art in Poughkeepsie, be sure to watch the video for a preview. Reservations are required for individual and group tours. Discounts for students, seniors and large groups. Tours are conducted annually from April through October. This tour is unique in the Hudson Valley.

Please check the Current Shows page with up to date exhibits and related news. Four new shows and a lecture are listed now.

Feel free to contact me with your inquiries, art purchase requests, comments and suggestions. Please note my new email address. francpalaia1@gmail.com





9. Carolee Schneemann, Kristine Stiles, FF Alumns, at 192 Books, Manhattan, Feb. 24

Please call to make a reservation
Carolee Schneemann
Thursday, February 24, 7PM
A compilation of her letters both written and received, acclaimed artist Carolee
Schneemann’s book, edited by Kristine Stiles, acts as epistolary history of Schneemann
and other figures central to the international avant-garde of happenings, Fluxus,
performance, and conceptual art. Schneemann corresponded for more than forty
years with such figures as composer James Tenney, artist Dick Higgins, dancer and
filmmaker Yvonne Rainer, and psychiatrist Joseph Berke.
Carolee Schneemann is a multidisciplinary artist whose painting, photography, film,
video, performance art, and installation works have been shown at the Los Angeles
Museum of Contemporary Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of
Modern Art, the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris), the National Film Theatre
(London), and Anthology Film Archives.



10. Yvonne Rainer, FF Alumn, at Baryshnikov Arts Center, Manhattan, Mar. 16-19


March 16–19, 2011, 8 pm

Baryshnikov Arts Center
450 West 37th Street
New York, NY

Tickets are $25.00

Performa is pleased to present the New York premiere of the celebrated choreographer Yvonne Rainer’s new work, Assisted Living: Good Sports 2 (2011) and a reprisal of her acclaimed work Spiraling Down (2009) at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. Produced and presented by Performa, the New York premiere follows the critically acclaimed French tour of Rainer’s work this past January and February 2011. This also marks the continued collaboration between Performa and Rainer, which began in 2007 when it commissioned the choreographer to create RoS Indexical for its Performa 07 biennial and has gone on to present Rainer's work internationally.

Assisted Living: Good Sports 2 is in part derived from a collection of New York Times photographs, mainly from the sports section, accumulated by the choreographer over a period of two years. The photos were distributed among six dancers — Pat Catterson, Emily Coates, Patricia Hoffbauer, Emmanuelle Phuon, Keith Sabado, and Sally Silvers — and serve as a springboard from which Rainer deals with some of the structural principles inherent in her signature dance, Trio A (1966). The work also includes three unexpected performers: the lighting designer, Les Dickert, the set designer, Joel Reynolds, and Yvonne Rainer herself. They constitute a group of "movers", lugging and interacting with heavy props while attending to the tasks of cueing light and sound changes, and reading aloud. In its tragicomic alternations, the strength of its texts, the precision and litany of movement references to sports, play, and death, and its haunting soundtrack — Assisted Living evolves into a powerful rumination on the unpredictability of daily life. It has been produced by Performa with support by a grant from University of California, Irvine.

Spiraling Down, which premiered during Performa 09 at the Baryshnikov Arts Center and was also produced by Performa, draws its inspiration from a variety of sources —including newspaper photos, soccer moves, old movies, classic modern dance, ballet, Steve Martin, Sarah Bernhardt, and Rainer’s own disinterred dances from the 1960s —all of which contribute to the melancholic and contradictory assemblage of ideas, images, and texts, both spoken and recorded. Spiraling Down is produced by Performa and commissioned by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Research Institute, and World Performance Project at Yale. Additional support was provided by the Performa Commissioning Fund.


Performa, a non-profit multidisciplinary arts organization established by RoseLee Goldberg in 2004, is dedicated to exploring the critical role of live performance in the history of twentieth century art and to encouraging new directions in performance for the twenty-first century. In 2005 Performa launched New York’s first performance biennial, Performa 05, followed by Performa 07 (2007), and Performa 09 (2009). In 2011, Performa will present its fourth biennial, Performa 11 (November 1-20, 2011).

100 W 23rd Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10011
T: + 1 212 366 5700

Performa is a 501c3 non-profit organization



11. Alison Knowles, FF Alumn, at James Fuentes, Manhattan, Feb. 23-April 3

Alison Knowles
Clear Skies All Week
February 23–April 3, 2011

James Fuentes LLC
55 Delancey Street
New York, NY 10002
James Fuentes LLC is pleased to announce our forthcoming solo exhibition with Alison Knowles. The exhibition will be comprised of sculptural works made from paper and found materials. These materials represent over forty years of Alison Knowles' life in New York City. The works evince an extreme interest in paper—made of raw flax, cotton and abaca fibers, the paper becomes a sculptural element to house an assortment of found objects and the base material for wall panels. As Knowles said in her acceptance statement for the College Art Association Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003,

I collect shoe heels ….

I am not hunting usually, just rushing to get somewhere like everybody else, but suddenly,

Unexpectedly, akin to a found item, a found time opens up….

The heel I pick up. …quickly, offhandedly …gets stashed in my pocket.

There is a chemistry peculiar to the mysterious terrain I find myself in at that time….

I love to surf the street….

At home it gets cleaned, studied, it is drawn in silhouette, perhaps screen-printed with the name of an animal….

You know the worn shoe heels cannot be bought. Not for sale anywhere.

Isn't it special to have recognized the energy expended in a shoe heel.[1]

Knowles is best known as a founding member of Fluxus and, notably, was the first woman to participate in Fluxus. Knowles studied with Joseph Albers and Richard Lindner and graduated from Pratt University in 1954. Earlier this year, Knowles performed "Identical Lunch" at MoMA, NY. Recent group exhibitions include; Contemporary Art from the Collection, organized by Kathy Halbreich and Christophe Cherix, MoMA, NY, 2011 and The Third Mind: American Artists Contemplate Asia, 1860 –1989, organized by Alexandra Munroe at the Guggenheim Museum, NY, 2009. In 2010 Knowles was a Frieda L. Miller Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University.

James Fuentes LLC, founded in 2007, is a contemporary art gallery based in the lower east side of Manhattan, New York City.

[1] Originally quoted in Julia Robinson, "The Sculpture of Indeterminacy: Alison Knowles's Bean and Variations," College Art Association Journal, 2004.



12. Sonya Rapoport, FF Alumn, at Kala Institute Gallery, Berkeley, CA, opening Mar. 4, and more

Sonya Rapoport, FF Alumn, Mini-Retrospective at the Kala Institute Gallery in Berkeley. California

I would like to invite you to my mini-Retrospective which opens 4 March 2011 ! I am very excited and would be delighted to see so many old and new friends. The opening reception is from 6-8pm on Friday 4 March 2011 and the show extends through 9 April 2011. See below for more details.

- Sonya

Pairings of Polarities culls from over four decades of Sonya Rapoport's artistic production. Active in the Bay Area art scene since the 1950s, Rapoport began exploring systems of information in the emerging age of new media during the early 1970s. Her drawings and collages from this period use the found printed detritus of early computer databases as a backdrop, and represent her intuitive responses to the wealth of information about anthropology, natural sciences and other areas of research signified by the underlying code. Interactive installations and computer-based works from the 1980s invite viewers to question their social relationship to technology, long before the advent of "web 2.0." Now in her 80s, Rapoport continues to reinvent her work, exploring new modes of expression such as blogs to apply her conceptual systems thinking to current political and world events.

Sonya Rapoport: Pairings of Polarities
4 March - 9 April 2011
Kala Art Institute & Gallery
2990 San Pablo Ave.
Berkeley, CA, 94702


Sonya Rapoport, FF Alumn, Participating in group exhibition "Women of the Book: Jewish Artists, Jewish Themes"

Sonya Rapoport will be exhibiting in the "Women of the Book: Jewish Artists, Jewish Themes" show at the Richman Gallery at the Park School of Baltimore. Her 1997 work, "The Transgenic Bagel" (in book format), will be on view. The exhibition is curated by Rick Delaney and is a tribute to Judith Hoffberg, the curator of the first version of "Women of the Book" in 2000.

"Women of the Book: Jewish Artists, Jewish Themes"
Richman Gallery
24 February - 14 April 2011
The Park School of Baltimore
2425 Old Court Road
Baltimore, Maryland, 21208



13. Laure Drogoul, FF Alumn, at Julio Fine Arts Gallery, Baltimore, MD, thru Feb. 27

Laure Drogoul at Julio Fine Arts Gallery
Loyola University Maryland, 4501N. Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201

solo exhibition:
Headform for the Age of Magical Thinking
January 24 thru February 27, 2011
Loyola University Maryland’s Julio Fine Arts Gallery will feature a new body of work by Laure Drogoul. Headform for the Age of Magical Thinking explores ideas of mental causation and the role that technology plays in the process.

The Julio Fine Arts Gallery, located in the DeChiaro College Center on Loyola’s North Charles Street campus, is
OPEN from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday and from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. on Sundays.
more info: http://www.loyola.edu/Media/News/2011/0107-magical-thinking.aspx



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