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Contents for September 6, 2017

1. Francheska Alcantara, FF Fund recipient 2017-18, at Kingsbridge Armory, The Bronx, Sept. 30

Sisterin' in Procession
Artistic Action
Protesting Rezoning and Displacement in the Bronx

Gather time: 1:00pm-1:30pm
Procession starts: 1:30pm
Date: Saturday, September 30th, 2017
Location: Kingsbridge Armory (29 W. Kingsbridge Rd., Bronx, NY 10468)
4 train to Kingsbridge Rd. Station


This work was made possible, in part, by the Franklin Furnace Fund supported by Jerome Foundation, The SHS Foundation, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.



2. Martha Burgess, FF Alumn, at Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, opening Sept. 8

Queer as a Clockwork PeachFish,
a Solo Exhibition by m(artha) BurgessArtists Reception Friday, September 8th, 7-9pm (through Sept 19th)Trestle Gallery is pleased to announce Queer as a Clockwork PeachFish, a solo exhibition by m(artha) Holloway Burgess. Queer as a Clockwork PeachFish will feature an installation consisting of sculptural objects and two distinct editions of photographs. One edition is titled, Queer as a Clockwork Orange (portraits of notable GLBTIQ New Yorkers in handmade sets fashioned after drawings in Stanley Kubrick's film A Clockwork Orange) and the other edition of photographs is titled, My Something (nudes). By creating a space in which to question and dislodge socially constructed mores, the artist embraces the fluidity of GLBTIQ culture. The installation provides a means for various considerations of the title to emerge.

Trestle Gallery
850 3rd ave (btw 30th and 31st st), suite 411
brooklyn, ny 11232
take the F, G, or R train to 4th ave/9th street or take the F, G to smith/9th streets



3. Nina Sobell, Helen Varley Jamison, FF Alumns, at Galerija Makina, Pula, Croatia, and more

Nina Sobell late summer events:

Faces-- 20th anniversary Show of the international mailinglist "FACES", a network of women in media arts

At Galerija Makina in Pula, Eva Ursprung will present the history of FACES and show some examples of the works of list members:

Audio interviews with Boryana Rossa (Bulgaria), Helen Varley Jamison (New Zealand), Nina Sobell (USA) Videos by Marina Grzinic / Aina Smid (Croatia/Slovenia), Varsha Nair (Thailand), Myriam Thyes (Germany/Switzerland)

The exhibition in Graz will be curated by Kathy Rae Huffman and Eva Ursprung. There will be presentations and videoscreenings at the IFCA Maribor from October 6th to 16th.

A cooperation of Schaumbad - Freies Atelierhaus Graz; IFCA (International Festival of Computer Arts), MRFU Maribor; Galerija Makina, Pula; Ursprung Tonträger, Strantschitschach.
Funded by Alps-Adriatic-Alliance (Alpen-Adria-Allianz)



4. Peter Cramer, Jack Waters, FF Alumns, at Next To Nothing Gallery, Manhattan, August 30 and more

After the dogs days a summer eclipsed...
The Fall cannot begin too soon and I'm not talking about the season...
An art auction... a film screening.... a NY Art Book Fair... HOP to it, Grasshoppers!

Step right up! Get your bids in !! Tons o'Art!!!

LIVE! | The Film-Makers' Cooperative's annual Paddle8 auction online is LIVE
with an actual exhibition to boot at Next To Nothing Gallery 181 Orchard Street.

JOIN US Wednesday, August 30th for a closing party - 6 to 9pm.
Artwork will be on display from August 24th to September 3rd.
The online auction will be up until September 6th.

Peter Cramer & Jack Waters
"Restored Resituated Recalcitrant Regurgitated Regenerated Remnants" or "Remnants #6".

SEPTEMBER 10 Sunday 7:30pm.
@MICROSCOPE GALLERY 1329 Willoughby Avenue, 2B Brooklyn NY 11237

"Action", "Happening", and "Interventional Jam"

As soon as you realize you've experienced something it becomes a memory. If you think about doing it again, or think about doing something else, that's a plan. Most things you just don't think about, they just happen. Sex is like that sometimes, sometimes not.
Our minds and feelings are in a constant state of reordering, reorganizing, reliving. The disorder of dreams. The unruly enslavement of Time. The unshackling of material obligation in the course of biological degradation. The regeneration of desire. Making a mess, cleaning it up and starting all over again. Constructing a fantasy, tearing it apart and beginning again anew. MIX & REMIX until MAXXED. Viral replications and social relations. When life throws you lemons, make lemonAIDS...

A multiple overlapping projection of super8, 16MM, video, slides and digital media as a live immersive interaction. A mashup moving image dance party mix that encases a time capsule circa 1995 while sampling from the present day with contemporary content and in-the-moment live feedback captures of image and dialogue. Footage includes images taken of fountains, churches and museums of Rome, Munich and Heidelberg, footage shot at Gay Pride and ACT UP marches, portraiture and landscape shots, and documentation and media elements from the maker's performances. REMNANTS is a modular, evolving, morphing site specific work adapting to the conditions and requirements of the situation in which it is executed. Premiered for the Fringe Festival at Abrons Art Center, subsequent iterations include MIX NYC 1995 & 2014.



5. Patty Chang, Peter Cramer & Jack Waters, Mimi Gross, Geoffrey Hendricks, Paul Lamarre & Melissa Wolf, Pamela Sneed, Sur Rodney (Sur), FF Alumns, at NY Art Book Fair, Long Island City, Queens, Sept. 21-24

Allied Productions,Inc./Le Petit Versailles present zines, artists books & prints, live action drawing and more @
Printed Matter's NY Art Book Fair
September 21-24, 2017 @ MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens.

Artists include Patrick "Plush"Arias, Peter Cramer, Mike Diana, Devon Gallegos, FRISE, GRRRR, Haley Hughes, MATTE,
Lucia Maria Minervini, Hermes Payrhuber, Ethan Shoshan, Pamela Sneed, FF Alumn, John Michael Swartz/Graphigrapher, Carlo Quispe, Jack Waters. (list in formation)

Saturday, Sept. 23 from 2:00 -6:00
Book Launch & signings - Breadcrumbs by Ethan Shoshan,Pestilence Comix by Jack Waters.
New editions by Peter Cramer, Haley Hughes,J ohn Michael Swartz/Graphigrapher,
and live on site drawings by Carlo Quispe.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24 <> 2:00 - 3:00pm @ The Classroom
AIDS OS Y Version 10.11.6 by Allied Productions, Inc.
AIDS OS Y Version 10.11.6 is a zine hybrid edited by Peter Cramer & Jack Waters for Lost and Found, Danspace Project Platform 2016. The presentation will include a discussion on collectivism and intergenerational legacy of HIV/AIDS : presence and erasure defining both memory and current experience. AIDS OS Y Contributors/Participants include Bizzy Barefoot, Valerie Caris Blitz, Peter Cramer, Walter Dundervill, Robert Flynt, Carl George, Mimi Gross, Geoffrey Hendricks, Andre Hereford, Hi Tiger, John Humpstone,, Ryan Lawrence, Ricardo Nelson, Robert Vazquez, Vasilios Papapitsios, Stephen Kent Jusick, Carlo Quispe, Susan Salinger, Ethan Shoshan, Sur Rodney (Sur), Brad & Brian Taylor, Jack Waters and Quito Ziegler.

Printed Matter SPECIAL PROGRAMMING includes The Classroom
Now in its ninth year, this curated series of informal conversations, workshops, readings and other artist-led programs is also an informal venue for artists, writers and publishers to feature new releases and present their publications. Participants include: Alissa Bennett, Scott Covert, Peter Cramer and Jack Waters, Patty Chang, Shantrelle Lewis, Chiara Bottici, Lester K. Spence, Federico Pérez Villoro & Christopher Hamamoto, Maureen Cooper, Luca Antonucci, Paul Lamarre and Melissa Wolf, among many others. The Classroom is organized by David Senior, Head of the Library and Archives, SFMOMA. See the full Classroom schedule here.

Printed Matter's
Thursday, September 21st, 6-9 pm
$10 Entry
Tickets may be pre-purchased on Printed Matter's website
Tickets may also be purchased at the door on opening night
The first 2,000 ticket-buyers/visitors will receive a Ticket Edition by Emma Kohlmann.

Free Public fair hours are as follows:
Friday, September 22nd -1pm -7pm
Saturday, September 23rd - 11 am-9pm
Sunday, September 24th -11 am-7pm

Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. will be sharing a table with Halifax Ink at the NY Art Book Fair - please drop by to say hello and peruse our publications!



6. Philippa Chan Spencer, George Chrysiliou, Edward Gomez, Michael Katchen, Rachel Knowles, Tiffany Ludwig, Kukiko Nobori, Marilena Preda Sanc, Iris Rose, Hidemi Takagi, Callie Jean Wilson, Martha Wilson, mAgdalen Wong, Dolores Zorreguieta, FF Alumns, now online

Please visit Franklin Furnace's blogspot at the following link:


thank you.



7. Mark Mendel, FF Alumn, at Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, Karlsruhe, Germany, thru October 2017

Sheffield Artist Showing at Museum in Germany

Sheffield, MA artist Mark Mendel is exhibiting new work at the Zentrum für Kunst und Medien (ZKM) in Karlsruhe, Germany from May through October 2017. The ZKM features artwork created after 1960. The show Centerbeam at the ZKM (Center for Art and Media) celebrates the 40th anniversary of Centerbeam, a collaborative outdoor sculpture presented at the Dokumenta 6 in 1977.

From 1976 to 1982 Mendel was a Research Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies at MIT in Cambridge, MA, directed by the late German artist Otto Piene.

He was one of 20 artists, scientists and engineers who collaborated on the massive 144' long temporary installation of kinetic performative and participatory sculpture. Mendel is in Karlsruhe to present his recent work at a symposium on September 2.



8. Jeff McMahon, FF Alumn, at Strong Words, Los Angeles, CA, Sept. 16

Jeff McMahon, FF Alumn, will perform his short solo, Long Playing Album, at Strong Words in Los Angeles September 16. http://strongwordslive.com



9. Jayoung Yoon, FF Alumn, at Governors Island Art Fair, Manhattan, starting Sept. 2, and more

Upcoming exhibitions

10th Annual Governors Island Art Fair
September 2nd - October 1st, 2017
Every Saturday and Sunday (5 weekends): 11am-6pm

The Governors Island Ferry departs from the Battery Maritime
Building located at 10 South Street in Lower Manhattan.
*My work is in Colonels Row Bldg 404A, Second floor.

Soft Power
Curated by Katya Grokhovsky, FF Alumn
September 6th - October 22nd, 2017
Opening Reception: Wed, September 6th, 6 - 8pm

Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002

September 8th - 30th, 2017
Opening Reception: Fri, September 8th, 6 - 8pm

Korean Cultural Center DC
2370 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008

Current exhibition

Bronx Calling: The Fourth AIM Biennial
On view through October 22nd, 2017

The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10456

Thank you so much!

All the best,
Jayoung Yoon
interdisciplinary artist



10. Stanya Kahn, FF Alumn, at MoMA PS1, Long Island City, Queens, thru Sept. 10

Stanya Kahn: Stand in the Stream
Through September 10
Tickets available at MoMA PS1

In Stand in the Stream, Stanya Kahn weaves together deeply personal and emphatically political imagery into a meditation on intimacy, alienation, and resistance. Both a work of mourning and a call to action, the film is also a documentary portrait of four generations of Kahn's family: her grandmother, her mother, her son, and herself. MoMA PS1's exhibition is the New York premiere and first museum presentation of this work.
Built from footage Kahn shot primarily over the past six years, Stand in the Stream records the artist in the act of both living and seeing, culminating in her activist mother's decline into dementia and eventual death in 2015, and in events leading up to and surrounding the 2016 U.S. Presidential election. In a rhythmic flow of images, punctuated by irruptions of protest, solidarity, and violence, Kahn's film charts the intersection between private and public life in today's America.

The film's title refers both to the stream of digital images and to Bertolt Brecht's play, Man Equals Man, which deals with the ways in which human beings are instrumentalized in the manner of machines. As Kahn connects to random strangers in internet chatrooms while wearing Halloween monster masks, or voyeuristically records anonymous riders on the subway, she plays with distinctions between the intimacy of family and the estrangement of contemporary life.

The film's sound design includes original compositions by Kahn and by musician/composer Alexia Riner. All footage is shot live or livestream screen-recorded in real time.

This presentation is organized by Klaus Biesenbach, Director, MoMA PS1, and Chief Curator at Large, The Museum of Modern Art.



11. Vito Acconci, John Baldessari, Roberley Bell, David Hammons, Mona Hatoum, Nancy Holt, Allan Kaprow, Ana Mendieta, Pope.L, FF Alumns, at University of Buffalo, NY, opening Sept. 7


'Wanderlust' examines action, exploration outside the studio

Published August 7, 2017

"Wanderlust: Actions, Traces, Journeys 1967-2017," a 50-year survey exhibition that considers the themes of action and exploration outside of the studio and how artists engage this theme in various ways, opens Sept. 7 at both locations of the UB Art Galleries. It will be on view through Dec. 31 and then travel to the Des Moines Art Center, where it will open on Feb. 18. Opening receptions at UB will take place from 5-8 p.m. Sept. 7 in the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts, and from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 9 in the UB Anderson Gallery, One Martha Jackson Place, off Englewood Avenue near the South Campus. One of the largest and most ambitious contemporary art exhibitions ever presented by the UB Art Galleries, "Wanderlust" questions and explores the complex nature of artists as voyagers - those who leave their studio to create work outside of the confines of four walls. It is a comprehensive survey of the artist's need to roam and the work that emerges from this need.

'Wanderlust' exhibition examines action, exploration outside the studio... Now: News and views for UB faculty and staff. Artwork ranges from drawing, photography, sculpture, installations, film and video to performance and social practice taking place in both urban and rural landscapes, and include works that are narrative, political, performative, and conceptual examples of contemporary art. Each work recognizes the walk and the journey as much more than just a basic human act. Writer Rebecca Solnit - the exhibition takes its name from her book "Wanderlust: A History of Walking" - observes that walking replicates thinking, but adds that "the motions of the mind cannot be traced, but those of the feet can." The exhibition encompasses a broad spectrum of artists working in this particular way, demonstrating that those who step outside of their studio have a shared sensibility, yet approach art-making in a variety of ways.

"'Wanderlust' showcases work by more than 40 artists, with underrecognized and emerging artists alongside pioneers in the field of contemporary art," says Rachel
Adams, curator of "Wanderlust" and senior curator of exhibitions at the UB Art Galleries. "Beginning with Richard Long's 'A Line Made by Walking' and Michelangelo Pistoletto's 'Walking Sculpture,' this exhibition has work representing every decade from the last 50 years and includes artists from the Western New York region and the United States, as well as internationally, including Canada, Italy, Israel, Mexico, the Netherlands, Palestine and Poland," she says. "This exhibition will not only be a learning experience, but promote much-needed discourse for students and the greater Buffalo community." Artists featured in "Wanderlust" include Vito Acconci, Bas Jan Ader, Nevin Aladag, Francis Alÿs, Janine Antoni, John Baldessari, Kim Beck, Roberley Bell, Blue Republic, Sophie Calle, Rosemarie Castoro, Cardiff/Miller, Millie Chen, Zoe Crosher, Fallen Fruit, David Hammons, Mona Hatoum, Nancy Holt, Kenneth Josephson, Allan Kaprow, William Lamson, Richard Long, Marie Lorenz, Mary Mattingly, Anthony McCall, Ana Mendieta, Teresa Murak, Wangechi Mutu, Efrat Natan, OHO, Gabriel Orozco, Carmen Papalia, John Pfahl, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Pope.L, Teri Reub, Michael x. Ryan, Todd Shalom, Greg Stimac, Mary Ellen Strom and Guido van der Werve.

Among the highlights of the exhibition are the previously mentioned "A Line Made by Walking," Richard Long's first walking work; Vito Acconci's "Following Piece"; and 12 photographs from Ana Mendieta's "Silhueta" series. The exhibition also features several new commissions. "The Grass is Always Greener" is a collaboration with art collective Fallen Fruit that began last May with "Endless Orchard," the planting of more than 20 fruit trees in Buffalo's Fruit Belt neighborhood, and will continue with the design and installation of fruit flags in the Anderson Gallery and possibly other sites in the community. Anyone who has or knows of fruit trees that have been planted in public spaces are encouraged to map them on the Endless Orchard app [http://endlessorchard.com/map/].

Marie Lorenz's "Gyre" is a series of found objects from her trip down the Erie Canal last summer that have been cast in porcelain. And "Still Visible, After Gezi" is Roberley Bell's investigative artwork in which she scoured the streets of Istanbul in 2015 - after the Gezi Park protests of 2013 - trying to find trees she had originally photographed in 2005 and 2010.

Other commissions include a new skywriting performance [http://www.buffalo.edu/ubnow/stories/2017/07/galleries-skywriting.html] on Aug. 19 by Kim Beck and "Untitled (Infinity Mirror)," a two-channel video piece by William Lamson.

"Wanderlust" also will incorporate a variety of public programming, allowing visitors to leave the gallery and experience their own form of wanderlust. Todd Shalom will lead a newly commissioned walk through Buffalo's West Side on Sept. 29, Sept. 30 and Oct. 1; UB media study professor Teri Rueb's GPS-based sound walk will take place at Times Beach on Buffalo's Outer Harbor beginning Sept. 9, with a free app 'available for download; and Carmen Papalia, a visually impaired artist, will lead participants on a new iteration of his eyes-closed "Blind Field Shuttle" at 1 p.m. Sept. 9, starting at the UB Anderson Gallery.

More details on this programming are forthcoming.

"Wanderlust" is accompanied by a fully illustrated, 264-page catalogue with essays written by Adams and art historians Jane McFadden and Lori Waxman.
The exhibition and its publication are supported by a $30,000 Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, as well as by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and UB's Techne Institute for Arts and Emerging Technologies. The UB Anderson Gallery is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday; the UB Art Gallery in the Center for the Arts is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday.
Admission is free.



12. Coco Fusco, Stanya Kahn, Ana Mendieta, Sarah Schulman, FF Alumns, at School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, fall 2017

Fall 2017 visiting artists
Rubloff Auditorium
230 S Columbus Drive

Each semester, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) hosts lectures, conversations, and screenings by world-renowned artists, designers, and scholars who work across a variety of disciplines. We are proud to announce the fall 2017 lineup.
Visiting Artists Program

Formalized in 1951 with the establishment of an endowed fund by Flora Mayer Witkowsky, the Visiting Artists Program hosts public presentations by some of today's most compelling practitioners and thinkers to foster a greater understanding and appreciation of contemporary art and culture. All events are free, non-ticketed, and open to the public, and are held at 6pm in The Art Institute of Chicago, Rubloff Auditorium, 230 S Columbus Drive. Learn more at saic.edu/vap or T 312 899 5185.

Laura Owens: Bill and Stephanie Sick Distinguished Visiting Professor
September 12

Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series
September 19

Do Ho Suh
October 9

Mark Dion
October 16

Sarah Schulman
October 24

Gareth Pugh in Conversation with Gillion Carrara and Caroline Bellios
November 1

Stefan Sagmeister
November 13

The Grayce Slovet and William Bronson Mitchell Lecture Series
Organized by SAIC's Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects, The Mitchell Lecture Series brings leaders and emerging voices in architecture, design, and other disciplines from around the world to SAIC for lectures, workshops, and studio visits. Learn more at saic.edu/aiado.

Clear Your History: Data, Transparency, and the City
Ben Hooker and Ekene Ijeoma in Conversation with Ann Lui
September 13

Lapo Binazzi and Gianni Pettena in Conversation with Tim Parsons
September 18

Bauhaus Legacy? Demystifying the Bauhaus in Chicago and Beyond
Gunnar Green, Ilona Gaynor, and Norman Teague
September 20

Fiona Raby
September 28

Brendan Cormier in Conversation with Bess Williamson
October 3

Sampson Wong
October 13

Rural Urban Framework
October 19

Yolande Daniels
November 9

Jill Magid
November 14

Clemence Seilles
November 30

Conversations at the Edge
Organized by SAIC's Department of Film, Video, New Media, and Animation in collaboration with the Gene Siskel Film Center and SAIC's Video Data Bank, Conversations at the Edge is a dynamic, weekly series of screenings performances, and talks by groundbreaking media artists. For more information, visit saic.edu/cate.

EXPO VIDEO: Discussion with EXPO VIDEO curator and SAIC alum Ali Subotnick and artist Stanya Kahn at EXPO CHICAGO
September 4

Jim Trainor: The Pink Egg
October 12

The Real-Fake
Curated by Claudia Hart, Rachel Clarke, and Pat Reynolds
October 19

Tense Nature: The Changeover System
Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder with sound artist Brian Case
October 26

Alex Gerbaulet: Digging Deep
November 2

The Films of Ana Mendieta
November 9

Sondra Perry: Performance and Video
November 16

Coco Fusco: Cuba Portraits
November 30

Conversations on Art and Science
Under the leadership of SAIC Chancellor Walter Massey, the Conversations on Art and Science series launched in 2011 as a forum for exploring interdisciplinary and critical perspectives on art, science, design, and technology. Lectures and panel discussions bring noted artists, designers, and scholars to campus to discuss myriad perspectives on art, science, and technology and sustain diverse conversations within the work of SAIC students and faculty. All events are free, non-ticketed, and open to the public. Learn more at saic.edu/artandscience.

Botanical Speculations Symposium
September 29

Strategies of Cultural Change in the Anthropocene
October 20

About the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
For 150 years, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) has been a leader in educating the world's most influential artists, designers, and scholars. Located in downtown Chicago with a fine arts graduate program consistently ranking among the top three graduate fine arts programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, SAIC provides an interdisciplinary approach to art and design as well as world-class resources, including the Art Institute of Chicago museum, on-campus galleries, and state-of-the-art facilities. SAIC's undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate students have the freedom to take risks and create the bold ideas that transform Chicago and the world-as seen through notable alumni and faculty such as Michelle Grabner, David Sedaris, Elizabeth Murray, Richard Hunt, Georgia O'Keeffe, Cynthia Rowley, Nick Cave, Jeff Koons, and LeRoy Neiman. For more information, please visit saic.edu.



13. Mel Watkin, FF Alumn, at Grand Rapids Art Museum, MI,

Hey All:

I am thrilled to announce that the Grand Rapids Art Museum has selected my
work for their ARTPRIZE 9 group exhibition. Stop by if you are attending this
great international event. Or check out my pages at http://www.artprize.org/64747

Best, MEL



14. Robert Longo, FF Alumn, in the New York Times, Aug. 30

The complete illustrated article can be found at this link. Text only follows below.


The New York Times
Robert Longo Installation Will Come to Hunter College
AUG. 30, 2017

Before he shares a billing with Francisco Goya at the Brooklyn Museum next month, Robert Longo will present a public work above Lexington Avenue in Manhattan.

Mr. Longo's "American Bridge Project," which consists of vinyl renderings of the original First Amendment document and the American flag, will go on view on the Hunter College sky bridges on Friday and remain until Dec. 1. Mr. Longo, whose art is often politically charged, hopes to provide a daily reminder of the importance of unity and free speech.

To create this site-specific work, which was curated by Jill Brienza, Mr. Longo enlarged portions of two of his charcoal drawings, often visiting 68th Street to examine the possibilities of scope and color.

"It was really difficult to figure out what would work from a distance," Mr. Longo said in an interview. "It's like these slivers of images; they slice the sky. And bridges are metaphorically something we need politically more than ever."

The lower piece, on the third-floor bridge, is based on his 2017 work "Untitled (First Amendment, September 25, 1789)," in which he drew the First Amendment by hand in an effort to convey its very human origins.

"People address the Constitution as if it was the Bible," Mr. Longo said. "I was quite touched when I actually looked at it and realized it was written by someone with penmanship, by hand."

The seventh-floor installation is based on Mr. Longo's 2012 charcoal drawing "Untitled (Berlin Flag)." Another one of Mr. Longo's depictions of the American flag will go on display in September in at least eight venues around the country, as part of Creative Time's "Pledges of Allegiance" project.

Mr. Longo said that he will also deliver a talk and visit student studios at Hunter this fall. The Brooklyn Museum exhibition, "Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo," will open on Sept. 8.



15. Jenny Snider, Nancy Spero, David Wojnarowicz, FF Alumns, at Edward Thorp Gallery, Manhattan, thru Oct. 21

Please visit this link for complete details on Hold That Thought: Narrative and The Handmade Object exhibition from Sept. 7-Oct. 21 2017. Thank you.



16. Tom Otterness, FF Alumn, at Marlborough Gallery, Manhattan, opening Sept. 14

The Directors of Marlborough Gallery invite you to a reception in celebration of the exhibition TOM OTTERNESS: TIPPING POINT Thursday Sept. 14, 2017, 6-8 pm. The exhibition continues through Oct. 14, 2017.
Tipping Point will consist of 19 new sculptures in bronze as well as 15 works on paper. The works range in scale from compact to monumental.
Marlborough 40 W. 57th St New York NY 10019 212-541-4900 marlboroughgallery.com



17. John Ahearn, FF Alumn, at Alexander & Bonin Gallery, Manhattan, opening Sept 8

John Ahearn & Rigoberto Torres
At Alexander & Bonin Gallery
Opening September 8, 6-8 pm and continuing through October 21
47 Walker Street just below Canal Street - west of Broadway



18. Ida Applebroog, The Guerrilla Girls, Martha Rosler, Dread Scott, Andres Serrano, Carmelita Tropicana, Fred Wilson, FF Alumns, at SUNY New Paltz, opening Sept. 9

Artists as Innovators
Celebrating Three Decades of New York Council on the Arts / New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships
September 1-November 12, 2017

Opening Reception: September 9, 5-7pm


The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is partnering with SUNY on a major travelling exhibition commemorating the work of NYFA and New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) Fellows over the past 30 years.

The exhibition, titled Artists as Innovators: Celebrating Three Decades of New York State Council on the Arts/New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships, will show at seven SUNY museums between 2017 and 2020.

The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz is first in line, with the exhibition debut and public opening reception scheduled for September 9, from 5 to 7pm, at the Dorsky. The exhibition will be on display in the museum's Alice and Horace Chandler and North Galleries from August 30 to November 12.

"The Dorsky and its SUNY partners are thrilled to be participating in this collaboration with NYFA," said Sara Pasti, the Neil C. Trager director of the Dorsky Museum, who also serves as chair of the SUNY Council of Museums and Galleries.

"We're particularly honored to have the opportunity to open 'Artists as Innovators' here in New Paltz, as the exhibition provides a unique opportunity for our students and regional audiences to see work by extraordinary contemporary artists who have played an influential role in art history. This is likely to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience," Pasti said.
"Artists as Innovators" is a celebration of NYSCA and NYFA Fellowships, which over the last 30 years have supported more than 4,000 in a variety of disciplines, including not only the visual arts but also literature and performance.

Curated by Judith K. Brodsky and David C. Terry with the assistance of Madeline Scholl, the exhibition looks back over the years to feature works by more than 20 NYSCA/NYFA Fellows who have gone on to record significant achievements in their artistic careers.
Participating artists include: Elia Alba, Ida Applebroog, Dawoud Bey, Sanford Biggers, Ross Bleckner, Wendell Castle, Tara Donovan, Chitra Ganesh, The Guerrilla Girls, Christian Marclay, Marilyn Minter, Lori Nix, Tony Oursler, Faith Ringgold, Martha Rosler, Dread Scott, Andres Serrano, Shinique Smith, Carmelita Tropicana and Fred Wilson.
"The work in this exhibition shows how these influential artists interpret our times, questioning our values and prompting social awareness, but at the same time creating works of art that are innovative and full of visual power," said co-curator and NYFA Board Chair Brodsky.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of programs at the Dorsky, SUNY Orange and SUNY Ulster. More information will be listed at www.newpaltz.edu/museum.
Following its presentation at New Paltz, Artists as Innovators will travel to SUNY Cortland, Alfred University, SUNY Fredonia, SUNY Plattsburgh, Stony Brook and Westchester Community College.



19. Gabriel Martinez, Pope.L, FF Alumns, at Samson Projects, Boston, MA, Sept. 8-November 11
Immigrancy, from September 8th to November 11th
Samson Projects, Boston, MA

immigrant (n.), expat (n.), asylum seeker (n.), refugee (n.), tourist (n.), fugitive (n.), exile (n.) homelessness (n.)
All of the above are words used to describe people and situations related to the individuals who come to live in, travel throughout, or escape from, a foreign country or condition. The noun we assign to each differing situation has a distinct connotation and stigma attached; we see manifestations of these differing connotations in legislation, in travel bans, in fetishized radical fantasies of revolution, and in the selection of words themselves (e.g. the use of 'expat' for people of European descent and 'immigrant' for people of color). Despite their situational differences, all peoples navigating immigrancy hold a powerful position, in that, as Christian Viveros-Fauné states in "Confessions of an American Refugee" on Affidavit, they are "invaluable and threatening to the new leaders in the U.S. Not only are immigrants among America's most defenseless residents-making them the easiest to scapegoat-they also bear inconvenient witness by their very presence to a history of authoritarianism that complicates the power-hungry narratives of [our political] figures [...]Artists must take a cue from America's most vulnerable residents: its refugees. Before you get back to work at your studio or office, assume, like many of America's most defenseless immigrants, that everything you treasure- home, family, well being your own hard-fought place in the world-can be taken away from you tomorrow."



20. Split Britches, FF Alumns, September news

A little update from us...

Hi everybody! We hope you're keeping well.
We wanted to update you on a few positive things that have been happening with us lately and what's coming up for you to look forward to.
We are incredibly grateful for the community of friends and family we've built throughout our lives and thank you all for your continued support.
Lois and Peggy

Dr. Peggy Shaw!
On the 18th July 2017, Peggy Shaw received an honorary Doctorate of Letters from Queen Mary University of London in recognition of her contributions to theatre and to the institution. Huge thanks to Professor Jen Harvie and all at Queen Mary University, and congratulations to their class of 2017.

Tammy Town!
Tammy Town is a space where we can get together and talk about what we think makes an ideal town. This time Tammy will be in the Borough of Lewisham in London talking about what it's got going on and what we wish it had going on. Come and join us on Monday 11th September at the Civic Centre, Catford, 11am-1pm. All welcome!

Peggy at BAM: Performing Gender!
Author, director, and actor Olivier Py is joined by Peggy Shaw for a ranging discussion about drag performance and the broader politics of performing gender. The event will take place on Sunday 17th September and Peggy will be joined by a host of wonderful artists.

Lois at Big Anxiety Festival, Sydney...
Lois is heading to Sydney, Australia and she's taking her Public Address Systems to The Big Anxiety Festival of Science, Art and People. There'll be Long Tables, Care Cafes and Pop-up Porch Sittings for all to enjoy!

Tammy's Coming Out in Melbourne...
Tammy makes an appearance at the Coming Back Out Ball that celebrates Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) elders aged 65+ AND speaks on a panel for the National LGBTI Ageing and Aged Care Conference. Tammy's gettin' around ya'll!

...and Lois is too!
Lois headlines a talk all about 'How to Get People to Talk to You' at Survival Skills for Desperate Times presented by Arts House and Melbourne Festival. The conference asks, what skills and training do we need to survive in this world, and who can teach us?

Peggy Shaw at Prelude!
Dedicated to artists at the forefront of contemporary New York City theatre and performance, PRELUDE 2017 features an array of artists working in theatrical and interdisciplinary performance. Peggy will be performing an excerpt from Unexploded Ordnances (UXO) on Oct 6 at 4:30 in the Elebash Recital Hall.

Unexploded Ordnances (UXO)
Unexploded Ordnances (UXO) is exploding! You might have seen the work-in-progress showing but we're continuing work on UXO in residencies at the Attenborough Centre for Creative Arts in October, University of Richmond in November, preparing to take the final performance to La MaMa, NYC in January 2018 and The Barbican, London in May 2018!

Spiderwoman Celebrates 40!
Come help celebrate 40 years of a beloved stalwart of New York's downtown scene. A gala theatrical evening of tributes by stellar admirers internationally honors Spiderwoman's contributions to Native, feminist, and avant-garde theatre. Come along!

Talk the Ting: The London Sistrenhood Project!
Our friend Shelby Coley is launching a fundraiser to support her upcoming project, '"Talk the Ting," a short film that follows three queer British Black women who helm a radio show entitled Sistren. Shelby's fundraiser will support her travels to the UK and work with Sistren.



21. Kriota Wilberg, FF Alumn, September news

Hello Everyone!

Hope you have been enjoying your summer! Here are some projects and events you might be interested in as we move into the fall.

I'm teaching a new workshop, Embroidering Medicine, at the Academy four Thursday evenings starting in mid-September. A flyer is attached below and here is a link to a description on my blog: http://kriotawelt.blogspot.com/2017/07/upcoming-workshop-embroidering-medicine.html

This year I will be selling mini comics and body science based images at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda Maryland (http://www.smallpressexpo.com). My debut comic for this event is called Stitchin' Time!, a ridiculous historical fiction based on factual medical history. For the first time ever, the Roman encyclopedist Celsus (25 BCE-50 CE) and the Greek surgeon Galen (129-200 CE) team up to to stitch a disemboweled gladiator back together. Hilarity ensues! My table number at SPX is H13A. If you are in the neighborhood, come on by!

M.I.C.E. OCTOBER 21-22
This fall you will also find me in at Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo (http://www.micexpo.org), selling minis and speaking on a panel about comics and medicine. I will also be offering Stitchin' Time! if you missed it in September.

My summer has been spent researching the history of sutures and ligatures at the New York Academy of Medicine Library as their first-ever Artist In Residence. Since April I have been wrapping up in a wool sweater, reading (translated) books written by famous surgeons of history like Galen, Guy de Chauliac, and Ambrose Paré; researching flax production in Rome, silk production in France, and the history of catgut all over the world; making embroidery based on medical illustrations; and sketching out ideas for a graphic novel based on these histories. Here is a link to my blog with more about the residency: http://kriotawelt.blogspot.com/2017/07/new-york-academy-of-medicine-artist-in.html

Here's to an inquisitive and exciting fall season!
All Best,



22. Maya Ciarrocchi, Kris Grey, Andrea Kleine, Clarinda Mac Low, Lucy Sexton, Pamela Sneed, FF Alumns, at Abrons Art Center, Manhattan, Sept. 17

Abrons Art Center presents Maya Ciarrocchi's A Remedy for a Constitutional Crisis.

A Remedy for a Constitutional Crisis is an eight-hour celebratory reading of the United States Constitution. This event is free to the public and will occur in the outdoor amphitheater at Abrons Art Center on September 17, 2017 (Constitution Day) from 12pm-8pm.

During this event, the U.S. Constitution will be read in multiple languages by multiple performers. In addition to the reading, there will be breakout groups for concepts discussions on topics such as, the separation of powers, Federalism and individual rights and as well as an area for participatory writing where attendees may copy portions of the U.S. Constitution or interpret it in their own words.

Artist Rosemary Taylor is creating banners which visually interpret specific amendments. These will hang from the balconies that surround the amphitheater. Food and drink will be available throughout the day for attendees and participants alike.

Performer list (in order of appearance):

James Tigger! Ferguson
Elena Light
George Emilio Sanchez, FF Alumn
Lise Brenner
Sarah Maxfield
Kim Harmon
Macauley Elmer
Leah Devun
Nadia Tykulsker
Coralina Meyer
Lucy Sexton, FF Alumn
Clarinda Mac Low,
Raquel Cion
Henry Holmes
Pamela Sneed, FF Alumn
Salomé Mkheidze
Em Miller
Nora Armani
David Hamilton Thomson
Keke Brown
Okwui Okpokwasili
Melissa Weisz
Luzer Twersky
Kris Grey, FF Alumn
Erica Fae
Jordan Flecher
Andrea Kleine, FF Alumn

This is project is created in collaboration with Clarinda Mac Low, George Emilio Sanchez and is supported by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.




23. Jim Johnson, FF Alumn, now online

Jim Johnson is honored to have his work featured in the current issue of Le Scat Noir:

The "Cryptlipo" Issue of LE SCAT NOIR is "live" at the link below:


This is our biggest issue yet and we're delighted you're a part of it. Please spread the word far & wide to friends and fans. We suggest sending out an Oulipian mass-email announcing the good news and sharing the link on social media.

Don't forget to mention it's FREE.

Add a p.s. letting 'em know they can PayPal a small donation if they find the issue as thrilling as I do.

Here's the direct donate link: https://www.paypal.me/derekpell

Have a sublime Labor Day!

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Editor & Publisher
Black Scat Books
Publishers of Sublime Art & Literature
P.O. Box 684
Guerneville, CA 95446-0684



24. Linda Stein, FF Member, at Maine Jewish Museum, Portland, Sept. 14-Nov. 5

Linda Stein, FF Alumn, Holocaust Heroes: Fierce Females, Solo Exhibition
Maine Jewish Museum
267 Congress Street, Portland, Maine 04101

The three-part exhibition includes: Heroic Tapestries, Spoon to Shell sculptures, and a Protector sculpture. Heroic Tapestries represent different aspects of bravery during the time of the Holocaust: Jew and non-Jew, child and adult, World War II military fighter and ghetto/concentration camp smuggler, record keeper and saboteur. Together they represent the many types of female heroism, with war battle gear and without, during the years of the Holocaust. For her Spoon to Shell sculpture, the artist blended spoon and shell into an amalgam of materials, addressing sexual abuse. Protector includes a Wonder Woman shadow and becomes a symbol for the brave defender.




25. Jacquelyn Schiffman, FF Alumn, at Figureworks, Brooklyn, opening Sept. 10

September 9 - October 29, 2016

RECEPTION: Sunday afternoon, September 10th, from 1-3PM

fine art of the human form
168 North 6th St. (1 block from Bedford Avenue "L" train)
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211
hours: Saturday and Sunday from 1-6PM

Figureworks is very pleased to open this fall season with a new series of Lutradur-based sculpture and paintings on plastic by Jacquelyn Schiffman.

For many years, Schiffman has worked with Lutradur, a strong, lightweight polyester-based fabric that accepts paints and other mixed medium very well. In this exhibition, Schiffman has cut, manipulated and threaded the material into suspended figurative sculpture. This allows the forms to move and light to filter through the work in strikingly beautiful ways.

These floating forms take on a powerful presence in the gallery as they respond to the slightest air currents, creating interaction and conversations with each other. This evokes a variety of emotional responses, including humor, reverence, and nostalgia.

Joining this work are a number of select two-dimensional paintings Schiffman created in the 1980's. These paintings were created on paper and affixed to various colored plexiglass sheets. They compliment the sculpture beautifully and provide additional insight into Schiffman's development with sculpture.

Artist's Statement
"In this my third solo exhibition at Figureworks Gallery, I look into the material nature of art in our time. I begin with figure drawings which I sew into three dimensions with a focus on lightness and expression. Over time I experimented with various materials including the plastics which are part of this show. I settled on Lutradur because it is light and transparent. I greatly admire the work of Jean Dubuffet. Other influences include Greer Langton, Marta Kuhn-Weber and Eileen Gray".

Figureworks is located at 168 North 6th St., Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 11211, one block from the Bedford Avenue "L" train. The gallery is open to the public Saturday and Sunday from 1-6 PM and is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary and 20th century fine art of the human form.
For more information please call 718-486-7021 or visit us online at www.figureworks.com



26. Tamar Ettun, FF Alumn, at Fridman Gallery, Manhattan, opening Sept. 9

Tamar Ettun
Eat a Pink Owl

September 9 - October 14, 2017
Opening: Saturday, September 9, 6-8 pm
Press preview: Saturday, September 9, 5 pm

Artist talk/catalog presentation with Barry Schwabsky and Wendy Vogel + performance by The Moving Company: Sunday, October 1, 6 pm

Fridman Gallery presents Eat a Pink Owl, Tamar Ettun's second solo exhibition with the gallery.

Ettun's flamboyant assemblages call for a physical response in the viewer: their sharp-edged limbs and horns point to internalized pain and destructive tendencies; yet their soft bodies and relaxed poses suggest rebirth and pleasure. Pink used to be a boys' color, becoming a symbol of submissiveness ascribed to women only after World War II. Eat a Pink Owl is about gender fluidity, femmes repossessing pink as a symbol of assertiveness, through bodily forms and primal emotions.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalog with an essay by Wendy Vogel and an interview with the artist by Barry Schwabsky.

Inquiries: info@fridmangallery.com or +1 646 345 9831 287 Spring St, New York, NY 10013



27. Siah Armajani, Lorraine O'Grady, FF Alumns at Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN, Sept. 7-Oct. 27

I am you, you are too, Walker Art Center

Alexander Gray Associates is pleased to announce I am you, you are too, including work by Siah Armajani, Luis Camnitzer and Lorraine O'Grady, at the Walker Art Center, MN. The exhibition is curated by Vincenzo de Bellis, Adrienne Edwards and Pavel Pyś.

September 7, 2017 - October 27, 2019

At a time of heightened uncertainty, division, and geopolitical tensions, I am you, you are too foregrounds works from the Walker Art Center's collection that explore contemporary life through themes of citizenship and belonging, borders and barriers, and ways in which everyday life informs our understanding of ourselves. Bringing together a diverse, multigenerational, and international group of artists, the exhibition questions how we memorialize the past and understand the social, geographic, and political structures that shape us.

Alexander Gray Associates is a contemporary art gallery in New York. Through exhibitions, research, and artist representation, the Gallery spotlights artistic movements and artists who emerged in the mid- to late-Twentieth Century. Influential in cultural, social, and political spheres, these artists are notable for creating work that crosses geographic borders, generational contexts and artistic disciplines. Alexander Gray Associates is a member of the Art Dealers Association of America.

Press Inquires

Alexander Gray Associates
510 West 26th Street, New York, NY 10001 United States
Telephone: +1 212 399 2636
Summer hours: Tuesday - Friday: 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM



28. Circus Amok, FF Alumns, at Tompkins Square Park, Manhattan, Sept. 8, and more

Circus Amok
Continues This Weekend!

Did you miss us?
This weekend is your weekend:

Friday Sept 8
Tompkins Square Park, Manhattan.
9th Street and Avenue A
4:00pm & 6:00pm

Saturday Sept 9
Sunset Park, Brooklyn
6th Ave and 44th Street

Sunday Sept 10
Marcus Garvey Park, Manhattan
Madison Ave and East 122nd Street

Check our Facebook for all late-breaking weather updates and announcements.

And upcoming:

Saturday Sept 16
St. Mary's Park, Bronx
St. Ann's Ave and East 149th Street

Sunday, Sept 17
Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Enter at 9th Street, cross the road and down the hill.
2:00pm & 4:00pm

See you in the parks!
Jennifer Miller
...& Everyone at Circus Amok

Circus Amok is a 501(c)3 organization, and your donations are fully tax-deductible! Want to mail a check instead because you don't love Paypal? We TOTALLY get that, so you can make a check out to Circus Amok and send to:
223 Bedford Avenue, #213, Brooklyn, NY 11211



29. Annie Lanzillotto, FF Alumn, at CityLore, Manhattan, starting Sept. 17

Annie's Writing Workshop
Sundays at CityLore

Starting Sept 17th
56 East 1st Street, NYC
Pay what you can / $25

RSVP: lanzillotto@gmail.com
Annie: text/call 347-673-3443

take your next Genuine Risk
I mentor writers to start new works... We will write in class. Bring notebook and pen.
I ask you to set a goal and work toward it, finish it...
I'll share with you some of my signature writing exercises: Action Writing, Spiral Writing, Phrasewalk, Object-Work.
Reading/performance techniques.
note: in case you don't already know, Annie has a weak immune system post-chemo/radiation from years ago, and can't be around anyone with colds, flu, sinus congestion...etc...when you feel sick...or are living with someone who has a cold etc... you can't come to the workshop...



30. R. Sikoryak, FF Alumn, at Union Hall, Brooklyn, Sept. 11 and more

Three comics events with R. Sikoryak:
CAROUSEL at Union Hall, Brooklyn: Monday, Sept. 11
Small Press Expo in Maryland: Saturday, Sept. 16
Brooklyn Book Fest: Sunday, Sept. 17

All the details below:

Monday, Sept. 11

Presentations of graphic novels and comics as read by the artists:
Julia Alekseyeva (Soviet Daughter: A Graphic Revolution),
Jennifer Camper ("Rude Girls and Dangerous Women," "subGURLZ") ,
Teva Harrison (In-Between Days),
Lisa Lim (Mutha Magazine, Guernica Magazine),
Kevin Sacco (The Plane Story, Josephine).
Hosted by R. Sikoryak (Terms and Conditions, The Unquotable Trump)


Monday, September 11, 2017
Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Tickets: $8.00



31. Carmelita Tropicana, Split Britches, Taylor Mac, FF Alumns, at La MaMa, Manhattan, Sept. 19

Put your boogie on!
La MaMa in Association with Spiderwoman Theater
a Loose Change Production

Lu! Lu! Lu! Lu! Video Trailer

Spiderwoman Theater
Celebrates 40 Years: A Benefit Theatrical Event

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017
The Ellen Stewart Theatre at La MaMa
66 E. 4th St., New York, NY
7:30 pm - Tribute Performance Bash
10:30 pm - After-Party Concert, A TRIBE CALLED RED

ONE NIGHT ONLY of outrageous performances
Aanmitaagzi, Alessandra Belloni, Bloolips, Carmelita Tropicana, Coatlicue Theatre, Josephine Tarrant, Kevin Tarrant and the SilverCloud Singers, Lacey Hill, Laura Ortman, Leaf Arrow Theatre, Louis Mofsie, Monique Mojica, Murielle Borst-Tarrant, Soni Moreno, Split Britches, Talking Band, Taylor Mac, Thunderbird Sisters ... and Spiderwoman Theater!

For tickets, go to www.spiderwomantheater.org or click button below

JoAnne Akalaitis, Carolyn Antonio, Holly Block, Kat Griefen, Karmenlara Ely, Teresa Eyring, Lizbeth Gonzalez, Shanna Heap of Birds, Winona LaDuke, Dena Muller, Elizabeth A. Sackler, Jeannie Shenandoah, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Gloria Steinem, Elizabeth Streb



32. Doug Skinner. FF Alumn, new publication now available

The Doug Skinner Songbook is now available! This elegant oversized paperback contains 46 of my songs, including such favorites as "Buenas Noches, Little Roaches," "Love Me Unconditionally," "My Pal Satan," and "Bloated Plutocrats on Parade"! They're "chillingly zany" (New York Times); they're "scathingly witty... lullabies etched in acid" (Metro Magazine), and now you can add them to your music rack! It's 116 pages, published by the intrepid Black Scat Books, and available on Amazon.
You'll find more info at blackscatbooks(dot)com. Pick up a copy, and rev up those vocal cords!



33. Arantxa Araujo, FF Intern Alumn, September news

Dearest friends,

It has been a year filled with ups and downs, lots of learning to transform difficulty into growth. I have been very lucky to perform a lot this year, each performance filled with its own discoveries (we are light, Linton:15lbs/3hrs per week/$31.50. and (de)sangrar, among others).

I am thrilled to share with you my next performances in September and October:

As part of a collaboration with Monique Blom, we have been selected in Nuit Blanche Festival in Saskatoon, Canada to present Blood and Soil: The Art of Survival.

During October, I was selected to present SENSEsoscope as part of Art in Odd Places Festival in NYC . Later this year, I will perform Chuy:12 hour shift in Miami.

If you are around any of these I would love to see you there.

Lots of love,

Blood and Soil: The Art of Survival
September 30th, 2017
Saskatoon, Canada
Nuit Blanche Festival

Performed by CMP (Canadian-Mexican Partnership): Arantxa Araujo and Monique Blom

Chuy:12 hour shift.
Date TBD

Art in Odd Places (AIOP)
Manhattan, NYC.
Octubre 12-15, 2017



34. Julie Tolentino, FF Alumn, now online, and more

Julie Tolentino:
Live Art Development Agency's
UNBOUND BOOKSTORE September '17 Guest Editor
Read her blog entry and book recommendations here:

Co editors Julie Tolentino & Pati Hertling's new book debuts at NYABF PS1/Sept 23-24
* Ellen Cantor: "I'm Still Coming" / Capricious Publishing, NYC
(co-edited & compiled by Tolentino and Hertling based on their exhibition last year: Coming To Power: 25 Years of Sexually X-plicit Art by Women at Maccarone Gallery, NYC)
Special event: Screening featuring CTP 1993 artists videos from the EAI Archive and introduction to commissioned young writer/artists featured in the book
SUNDAY 3pm, lower level PS1



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