1. CalArts Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presents A.L. Steiner on October 28, 2014


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    CalArts Fall 2014 Paul Brach Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presents A.L. Steiner on October 28, 2014 in F200

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    • PICA SYMPOSIUM - IN CONVERSATION: Keith Hennessy & A.L. Steiner


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      Choreographer Keith Hennessy and artist A.L. Steiner framed the the main themes of the symposium in relation to their own queer practices, bodies of work, and politics. Following the conversation, audience and artists continued discussion over an family-style meal. In conjunction with PICA Symposium: Bodies, Identities & Alternative Economies, a weekend of performances, discussions, screenings, and lectures on the ideas and politics behind Hennessy’s in-progress TBA:12 performance Turbulence (a dance about the economy). June 22, 2012 Portland Institute for Contemporary Art

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      • Art Rules TBA


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        This is an edit of material filmed at Gartenbau Kino, Vienna. Art Rules was a one hour performance consisting on nonlinear sections of lecture, music, rants, dark noise, naked interventions, performance kunst references glues together by Chicks on Speed songs & ending in a paint pile up. The critique of art market is prevalent throughout, although the cast includes Douglas Gordon, a daring golden calf of the art market. In 2007 this cheekiness of performing critique while being funded by a great art institute/ collection, namely TBA-21 was confusing to believers in the market. A few years later the shallowness that the art world has been leveled to by speculation and the crafty crafting of markets by coalitions of journalists, institutes, collectors and art consultants is common knowledge. Art Rules is, in no particular order: Kathi Glas, Anat Ben-David, Douglas Gordon, Alex Murray-Leslie, Melissa Logan, A.L. Steiner & in this case special collaborations with Christopher Just, Laurence Weiner, Florian Hecker and a special appearance of Francesca Hapsburg. A special thanks to her & her team at TBA-21 ( Eva Ebersberger in particular) for daring to produce this project at the time of the Viennese Art Week, which is known for being just commerce, no art. Edited by Kathrin Krothenthaler.

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        • Visitors, a 6 min taste of the 20 min film


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          A collaboration with Deborah Schamoni and made possible by the generous support of Deitch Projects, new York. The film was made as a part of the exhibition 'Chicks on Speed, It's Product!' April 2004. "The Gallery on wooster street became a factory, a hive of activity. Piles of fabrics, screen printing, a stage was being constructed, video was being edited and screened from the previous day of shooting, then we all suddenly were needed out in the street, the light was just right...." The Chicks do not need to fit into anything existing, they land on a Brooklyn roof top and make their way through the maze of the metropolis, eccentrics taking a step deeper into the every day interaction then the freak level often experienced by the artist in relation to society.

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          • Movement Research Spring Festival 2010 Hardcorps with A.L. Steiner


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            Movement Research Spring festival 2010 Hardcorps PERFORMANCE FOREVER an interview with A.L. Steiner Festival Curators Walter Dundervill Melanie Maar Aki Sasamoto A.L. Steiner Movement Research Festival The twice-annual festival explores contemporary dance forms through performances, classes, workshops, contact jams, multimedia installations and discursive formats. The Fall Festival is shaped by Movement Research's programming staff in collaboration with Curatorial Advisors who bring their own interests and ideas to specific festival events. The Spring Festival is produced by a team of artist-curators who determine the emphasis, shape, and programming. Together, these two approaches allow for a varied investigation and exploration into current artistic concerns. email : info@movementresearch.org www.movementresearch.org

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