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James and I went to the Irish Hunger Memorial today to see an excerpt of The Voyage of Garbhglas by Christopher Williams courtesy of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

The video above is a short segment of the 30-minute performance. I've also added one photo, and you can see more in my flickr set.

Never miss a chance to see this choreographer's work. His 3-hour work The Golden Legend at Dance Theater Workshop was funny, moving, and brilliant.

Details:

Irish Hunger Memorial in Battery Park City, 290 Vesey Street at North End Avenue

Monday, August 2, 2010, 12:301PM
Tuesday, August 3, 2010, 12:301PM
Wednesday, August 4, 2010, 12:301PM
Thursday, August 5, 2010, 12:301PM


Did you catch the (textual) Allen Ginsberg reference near the beginning?

James and I re-watched the DVD for this tonight. Visit the composer's site for a synopsis. We both consider him one of the great geniuses of 20th century music, and think he should be much more famous.

This is a short excerpt, at a time when one can actually hear the sound coming from the cell phones. Visit the Performa site for more information.

No, I didn't film it. It's a YouTube find.

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James and I were at Chase Manhattan Plaza yesterday to see the last performance of this LMCC work. Visit my blip.tv page to see three other videos, including an amazing section with Judith Sanchez Ruiz.

Never miss anything with Jonah Bokaer!

Here is a short clip from Luke Murphy's video installation at Canada. Visit the ArtCat listing for more information on the show.

My apologies for holding my camera a bit crookedly. I'm no James Kalm.

Vlatka Horvat, Birds Shelf, 2009
Modified wood table top, 13 photo-sensitive bird figurines

You can see her show, along with Sarah Greenberg Rafferty's at The Kitchen through March 7.


Bedford Avenue station 2AM from Barry Hoggard on Vimeo.

James and I saw and heard these wonderful people in the Bedford Avenue L station early this morning. We were on our way home after a wonderful dinner at some friends' apartment.

If you know who they are, please comment or email! We were too into listening that we didn't get a chance to talk to them before the subway arrived. I think all of the excellent wine at dinner might have affected our judgment as well.

Kiki and Bubu discuss the problems of the unfettered market and the possibility of planned economies. Go here if you don't see the video above.

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