Surf Reality, New York City 9/19/02 Go with us beyond time and space into the inner planet known as lila. Witness the primal warm passion naked erotic ritual of tribal melting into playing, long and slow, melting into bodies of sexual colors! ------- This is the second time I performed at SURF REALITY in N.Y.C. I think there is never one single performance. Instead, there is a web work of an infinite number of pieces expanding from before what is commonly thought of as THE PERFORMANCE to long after THE PERFORMANCE. It is impossible to see or know all of this web work. To show what I mean, I had two cameras shoot this. And they focused on entirely different erotic details, creating two remarkably different performances! This video includes both cameras/versions. The second version focuses on erotic details. First version by Michael LaBash. Second version by Les Barany. More: http://www.eroplay.com/Cave/NYC2002/index.html+ More details
The legendary DJ/producer/engineer on the couch at the 2013 edition of the Red Bull Music Academy. After moving to New York in 1975, Francois K’s influential disco edits and medleys helped land him an A&R job at Prelude where he helped define the dance-music zeitgeist. As a DJ he continued to work at seminal clubs like Studio 54, the Loft, and the Paradise Garage. By the mid-’80s, François K had become an in-demand studio hand. (Just ask Yazoo, U2, the Cure, Diana Ross, Kraftwerk, and Depeche Mode.) Fast-forward to 1996 and the legendary Sunday afternoon party Body & Soul in which Kevorkian gathered Joe Claussell and Danny Krivit around him to give their musical visions a home. He’s followed that up with his current NYC weekly club residency Deep Space, where every Monday night he focuses on dub music in its various forms. Passions never grow old. For more lectures from the 2013 Red Bull Music Academy in New York, visit redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures+ More details
Organized in conjunction with MoMA’s ‘Small Scale Big Change’ exhibit, the panel will showcase innovative and provocative homeless housing solutions from New York and Los Angeles. Michael Maltzan, FAIA, principal of Los Angeles-based Michael Maltzan Architecture, will present projects including the 97-unit New Carver Apartments designed for the Skid Row Housing Trust in downtown LA. Jonathan Kirschenfeld, principal of Jonathan Kirschenfeld Architects in New York City, will present Common Ground’s new 72-unit Domenech in Brownsville, Brooklyn along with other of the firm’s supportive housing work. The architects will be joined by Rosanne Haggerty, President of Common Ground, who will speak about the import of fresh thinking around supportive housing prototypes and successful strategies for creating sustainable living environments for at-risk individuals. Introduction by Andres Lepik, Curator, MoMA Department of Architecture and Design Michael Maltzan, FAIA, principal of Los Angeles-based Michael Maltzan Architecture Jonathan Kirschenfeld, principal of Jonathan Kirschenfeld Architects Rosanne Haggerty, President of Common Ground Moderated by Michael Bell, Director, Housing Studios, Columbia University GSAPP and Michael Bell Architecture Organized by the Center for Architecture and the Museum of Modern Art.+ More details
Video by Penfield TV: Available in HD The purpose of this meeting was to share information, answer questions, and receive public input; no further action was taken. Public comments are welcome at any time throughout the project and may be submitted in writing to the Town of Penfield's Planning Department: email@example.com. 3100 Atlantic Avenue, Penfield, New York 14526 00:00:33 Introductions by Town Planning Director Mark Valentine 00:08:06 Presentation by Jim Sipes of Sand County Studios and Steve Lovett of ELM+ More details
Presented January 14th 2012 at Fovea Exhibitions, 3 servicemen share their first-hand experiences as those who have served in our armed forces under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." The panel explores the issues--both on a personal and at a national level--raised in the current exhibit "Gays in the Military: How America Thanked Me" at Fovea by Vincent Cianni. Panelists include: Lieutenant Colonel Victor Fehrenbach, U.S. Air Force, 1991-2011 of Washington, D.C. He retired on September 6th, 2011, two weeks before the repeal of DADT, having successfully fought his discharge after coming out on the Rachel Maddow show in 2009. He is a former F-15E fighter pilot who has flown 88 combat missions with 400 combat hours. Captain Chuck Maxwell, U.S. Air Force,1980-1991. A graduate of The Citadel, as a commissioned officer he was dismissed for conduct unbecoming an officer/participating in homosexual acts. He will be traveling from Decatur, Georgia. Lieutenant Don Bramer, U.S. Navy, 2002-present. Lt. Bramer is an active duty officer who has top secret security clearance and has served multiple deployments to the Middle East, and received numerous medals and commendations from his combat operations. He provided anonymous testimony during the hearings to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”. Private Nathanael Bodon (U.S. Army Reserves 2007-2009), of Marlboro, NY, was discharged honorably under Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell after being outed while serving in Iraq by a fellow soldier. Mr. Bodon’s story was the impetus for Mr. Cianni’s project. Joining the discussion will is Mary Barber, M.D. She is the clinical director at Rockland Psychiatric Center, and co-editor of the Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health. Her expertise includes the effects of the ban on the mental health and lives of service members.+ More details
On October 24th, Senator Daniel Squadron and Assembly Member Richard Gottfried -- the sponsors of the Gender Expression Non-Discriminatin Act (GENDA -- hosted a public forum on their pending legislation that would prohibit discrimination based on gender identiy and break down barriers to equality. Learn more at http://tiny.cc/GENDA+ More details
Video by Penfield TV - Chairman Daniel DeLaus presiding 00:00:05 Opening by Chairman 00:03:26 #13Z-0007 at 47 Cobbles Drive 00:29:45 Public Comment #13Z-0007 01:31:40 #13Z-0005 at 1777 Salt Road 01:41:30 #13Z-0006 at 667 Panorama Trail West 02:04:48 #13Z-0008 at 1601 Penfield Road+ More details
In 'The Flitter' the writer and performer Carl Hancock Rux delivers a single take monologue to two cameras, featuring text derived from Graham Parker's 2009 book project "Fair Use (notes from spam)". In particular, the monologue was based on a 50 page section entitled 'The Wire', which consisted mostly of fragments of spam e-mails plus a short essay on the phenomenon of being a human subject encountering spam. For 'The Flitter' the entire text was fed through indexing software and alphabetized by the first letter of each line in the original book, so that the essay was 'dissolved' into the surrounding text - periodically legible and retrievable, but just as often lost in the legitimate-sounding text debris that surrounds it. The viewer seeking 'sense' may find it continuously promised and endlessly deferred. Carl Hancock Rux wrestles with the text - sometimes stumbling over words, sometimes emphasizing and shaping them into affective coherence. And, in a mirroring of spams' appeals to both human and software filters, he is presented as simultaneously directly addressing the viewer and speaking to an invisible other. 'The Flitter' was produced at and with the assistance of the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Centre (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York. It premiered in Graham Parker's solo show at Sketch, London, in 2010. This is a split screen version of the work - which is more commonly shown as a two screen video installation on abutting perpendicular screens. The split screen version was first shown as part of a solo show ('The Confidence Man') at EMPAC in March 2011 www.grahamparker.info/theflitter.html Written and Directed by Graham Parker Camera Operators: Ben Tiven and Graham Parker Color Correction: H.Spencer Young+ More details
Here is the lineup for the September 9, 2014 NY Tech Meetup (listed in alpha order): Bubble http://bubble.is @bubble_group Bubble: A new way of programming web and mobile apps without code Campus Job https://www.thecampusjob.com @TheCampusJob Dashlane www.dashlane.com/ @dashlane Dashlane: the world’s best password manager and digital wallet - making identity and payments simple and secure everywhere Heat Seek NYC www.heatseeknyc.com We are trying to reduce winter deaths in NYC by bringing the internet of things to local advocacy groups. Hopscotch www.gethopscotch.com @hopscotch Hopscotch: Programming designed for everyone. Knotable www.knotable.com @knotablehq Knotable is a conversation platform that lets you get into the flow. It focuses people together on topics that matter. It’s for web, iOS, Android, and email. Made to cancel meetings and kill permathreads. Makr http://www.makrplace.com/ @makrplace QuickMVP http://quickmvp.com @quickproduct QuickMVP: test your new business idea in just 5 minutes. Tengrade www.tengrade.com @tengrade Tengrade. Real opinions from friends. On anything. Hack of the Month bitshift http://bitshift.it/ bitshift: a semantic source code search engine.+ More details
Jérôme Savary présente "Looking for Chano, un Cubain à New York" spectacle musicale créée et mis en scène par Jérôme Savary Création et direction musicale Anga Diaz et Allen Hoist Images réalisées à l'Opéra Comique le 21 mai 2002 à l'occasion du filage et présentation presse par Vittorio E. Pisu, avec un interview de Jérôme Savary. Dans la série "Solo Opéra" un film de Vittorio E. Pisu Une production UNISVERS+ More details
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