so i was down at Soho Rep for the writer/director lab reading of Mallery Avidon’s work-in-progress called THE PAST IS NOT A FOREIGN COUNTRY – (VERY PERSONAL) MAPS OF SEATTLE, directed by Jose Zayas. She collected (is collecting) the memories and impressions of the city
I was watching NY1 and happened across Stephanie Simon giving me the lowdown on the Brainwave: Common Senses Exhibit at Exit Art. It looks really cool. They’ve got ROBOTS! Ms. Simon also filed a report that Artists Worry That Rising Housing Costs Will Drive Out
Chase Granoff has an interesting post about Claudia La Rocco’s article in the Times about Performa 07. Conversation continues in the comments section.
With its Swing Space and Residency Programs, LMCC provides space and resources for many artists. This year they have supported 30 emerging artists and this weekend they will all be showing work as part of the Open Studio Weekend: For more info visit LMCC.net.
Under the influence of my visual artist friend visiting for the CAA conference I saw a bunch of art shows this weekend. Really interesting stuff. It was nice to get out of the theater world for a while. The Networked Nature show at Foxy Productions
Last Sunday we went to do see the Glitter and Doom exhibit at the Met. It was really amazing. The work was so intense and visceral it nearly leapt off the walls. it was astonishing -to me anyway – that paints could be so emotional,