1. Dying Not to Be (2013) - 3 minute excerpt

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    from Inez de Vega / Added

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    'Dying Not to Be' is an 8-minute monologue written and performed by Australian artist Inez de Vega. It is a black comedy on the complexities of committing suicide, created during the artist's residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Its visual references derive from classical paintings, the representations of anxious and dislocated women in cinema, and the photographs of Cindy Sherman in 'Untitled Film Stills' (1977-1980). The clip shown here is a 3-minute excerpt only. http://inezdevega.blogspot.com.au/

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    • Adventures of Christopher Bosh in the Multiverse!

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      Adventures of Christopher Bosh in the Multiverse More Bosh: http://alllifeisreal.com Director: http://bleedingpalm.com Soundtrack: https://soundcloud.com/borschtcorp/sets/adventures-of-christopher-bosh #AllLifeIsReal Some backstory: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nba-ball-dont-lie/chris-bosh-lawyers-might-threatened-legal-action-against-221108134--nba.html **feel free to download and share, etc** DIRECTED BY BLEEDING PALM ART AND ANIMATION: RONNIE RIVERA, CHRISTINA FELISGRAU WRITTEN BY RONNIE RIVERA, LUCAS LEYVA, JILLIAN MAYER CO-DIRECTORS, PRODUCERS: JILLIAN MAYER, LUCAS LEYVA EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: CHRIS BOSH, JON KANE, DENNIS SCHOLL ADDITIONAL ART AND ANIMATION: DAN FRANTZ, JAKE LOPEZ CAMERA: DANIEL FERNANDEZ STARRING: TERENCE NANCE MATTHEW LILLARD BARRY JENKINS JAYSON MUSSON HENNESSY YOUNGMAN WES BORLAND AMY SEIMETZ RONALD POPPO JILLIAN MAYER SHIVERS THEDOG ALICIA ZAITSU GREG ALVAREZ LUCAS LEYVA RONNIE RIVERA ERIC ANDERSON DIEGO MEZA-VALDES RICHARD FREEDBERG SCORE: WES BORLAND ORIGINAL SONGS: JOHN HANCOCK SOUND DESIGN: SERIPIDASOUND CORY CZAJKOWSKI DIEGO MEZA-VALDES WARDROBE: WILDCHILD WORLD SPECIAL THANKS: BROADCAST PRODUCTIONS COMMISSIONED BY BORSCHT CORP. MIAMI, FL, USA http://tmblr.co/ZH8EztjKaqYW

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      • The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees) Part 4

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        Presentation held at Corner College, Zurich, October 2, 2012 "The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees)" by Linda Jensen During this session Linda Jensen presented works by artists and writers who, to varying degrees, comment on the art world establishment. The tone of representation varies greatly. Some deliver their message or insight in glaringly humorous ways, whilst others do so more soberly with a reporting approach. Who are these buffoons who have in good humor mocked art movements? Who are the heretics that have astutely interpreted and presented the sociological workings of the art scene as well as the more distasteful conducts of behavior within the art system? They may be overtly cynical and yes, some of them are perhaps a bit too much, but who gives a hoot—they're hilarious! There are those who have crassly blown out idealism's pale fire with one cheeky breath whilst others have nimbly created art-world narratives, grabbing your hand and dragging you somewhere unexpected. What does satire’s subversive edge have in store? The spectrum of styles presented will include parody, satire, irony, cynicism, invective, wit and spoofs. Corner College's Theory Tuesdays are organized by Philip Matesic. ------------------------------------- links to videos displayed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5y_8DWg5W0w

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        • The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees) Part 3

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          Presentation held at Corner College, Zurich, October 2, 2012 "The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees)" by Linda Jensen During this session Linda Jensen presented works by artists and writers who, to varying degrees, comment on the art world establishment. The tone of representation varies greatly. Some deliver their message or insight in glaringly humorous ways, whilst others do so more soberly with a reporting approach. Who are these buffoons who have in good humor mocked art movements? Who are the heretics that have astutely interpreted and presented the sociological workings of the art scene as well as the more distasteful conducts of behavior within the art system? They may be overtly cynical and yes, some of them are perhaps a bit too much, but who gives a hoot—they're hilarious! There are those who have crassly blown out idealism's pale fire with one cheeky breath whilst others have nimbly created art-world narratives, grabbing your hand and dragging you somewhere unexpected. What does satire’s subversive edge have in store? The spectrum of styles presented will include parody, satire, irony, cynicism, invective, wit and spoofs. Corner College's Theory Tuesdays are organized by Philip Matesic. ------------------------------------- links to videos displayed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lO63MKw9fu8

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          • The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees) Part 5

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            Presentation held at Corner College, Zurich, October 2, 2012 "The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees)" by Linda Jensen During this session Linda Jensen presented works by artists and writers who, to varying degrees, comment on the art world establishment. The tone of representation varies greatly. Some deliver their message or insight in glaringly humorous ways, whilst others do so more soberly with a reporting approach. Who are these buffoons who have in good humor mocked art movements? Who are the heretics that have astutely interpreted and presented the sociological workings of the art scene as well as the more distasteful conducts of behavior within the art system? They may be overtly cynical and yes, some of them are perhaps a bit too much, but who gives a hoot—they're hilarious! There are those who have crassly blown out idealism's pale fire with one cheeky breath whilst others have nimbly created art-world narratives, grabbing your hand and dragging you somewhere unexpected. What does satire’s subversive edge have in store? The spectrum of styles presented will include parody, satire, irony, cynicism, invective, wit and spoofs. Corner College's Theory Tuesdays are organized by Philip Matesic. -------------------------------------

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            • The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees) Part 2

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              from Linda Jensen / Added

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              Presentation held at Corner College, Zurich, October 2, 2012 "The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees)" by Linda Jensen During this session Linda Jensen presented works by artists and writers who, to varying degrees, comment on the art world establishment. The tone of representation varies greatly. Some deliver their message or insight in glaringly humorous ways, whilst others do so more soberly with a reporting approach. Who are these buffoons who have in good humor mocked art movements? Who are the heretics that have astutely interpreted and presented the sociological workings of the art scene as well as the more distasteful conducts of behavior within the art system? They may be overtly cynical and yes, some of them are perhaps a bit too much, but who gives a hoot—they're hilarious! There are those who have crassly blown out idealism's pale fire with one cheeky breath whilst others have nimbly created art-world narratives, grabbing your hand and dragging you somewhere unexpected. What does satire’s subversive edge have in store? The spectrum of styles presented will include parody, satire, irony, cynicism, invective, wit and spoofs. Corner College's Theory Tuesdays are organized by Philip Matesic. ------------------------------------- links to videos displayed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBkKzKXcyzQ

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              • The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees) Part 1

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                from Linda Jensen / Added

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                Presentation held at Corner College, Zurich, October 2, 2012 "The Art World Establishment (to varying degrees)" by Linda Jensen During this session Linda Jensen presented works by artists and writers who, to varying degrees, comment on the art world establishment. The tone of representation varies greatly. Some deliver their message or insight in glaringly humorous ways, whilst others do so more soberly with a reporting approach. Who are these buffoons who have in good humor mocked art movements? Who are the heretics that have astutely interpreted and presented the sociological workings of the art scene as well as the more distasteful conducts of behavior within the art system? They may be overtly cynical and yes, some of them are perhaps a bit too much, but who gives a hoot—they're hilarious! There are those who have crassly blown out idealism's pale fire with one cheeky breath whilst others have nimbly created art-world narratives, grabbing your hand and dragging you somewhere unexpected. What does satire’s subversive edge have in store? The spectrum of styles presented will include parody, satire, irony, cynicism, invective, wit and spoofs. Corner College's Theory Tuesdays are organized by Philip Matesic. -------------------------------------

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                • The Grand Manner audio tour by Hennessy Youngman

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                  *PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU WATCH/LISTEN* In the winter of 2011 I was invited to do some kind of “project” at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, by the institution’s then contemporary curator, Julien Robson, who is a pretty amazing bloke to extend such an invitation to some upstart grad student artist punk such as myself. This was an extremely peculiar invitation because PAFA has a bit of a reputation as an anachronistic institution. It’s both a museum and art school, but as a school its undergraduate program holds tightly to the legacy of the French Academy, and as a museum it houses a vast collection of 19th and 20th century paintings and sculpture that is seemingly antithetical to the modern and contemporary. I wont go into the institution’s background, but PAFA has a unique history that is very much bound to the founding of the United States. Feel free to read more about it here: http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/8aa/8aa131.htm So yeah, I was invited by Julien to do something in the museum’s Furness-Hewitt Building which houses its permanent collection of those ever so precious 19th and (some) 20th Century works. But what to do? I decided to do an audio tour as “Hennessy Youngman”, but also to create text posters borrowing the museum’s graphic identity and explain some of the art in the museum as “Nathaniel Snerpus” a recently divorced art critic, who, try as he might, could never properly explain the significance of an art work without delving into the politics of love, marital trust, his severe loneliness, and his secret homosexual longings. I really enjoyed the Nathaniel Snerpus text pieces because visitors had no clue as to what was going on with them. They appeared to reek of visual and academic authority, but they were very off, to say the least. I should say that I’m greatly indebted to the work of Fred Wilson (Mining the Museum) and Andrea Frasier (Museum Highlights). Their negotiations of institutional space allowed me the freedom to be the clown that I naturally am. Okay, enough blathering. I present to you but one half of my project at PAFA: The uncensored audio tour for “Hennessy Youngman & Nathaniel Snerpus Present: The Grand Manner”. It’s 35 minutes long so I suggest you download it and watch it at your own leisure over a cup of tea or on your commute to work, or in your studio you crazy artist you. Again, thank you Julien Robson for the opportunity to confuse people. It's my life's work.

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                  • Jayson Musson Halcyon Days at SALON 94 BOWERY

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                    James Kalm, after many foiled attempts, finally makes it by Salon 94 Bowery to take in the New York debut exhibition of Jayson Musson. Better known under his YouTube pseudonym "Hennessy Youngman" Musson has stormed the art world with his "homeboy" critiques of the elitist high art establishment. With "Halcyon Days" Musson shows himself to be an innovative pictorial artist with a tasteful sensitivity to materials and color. Fabricating the works from Coogi brand sweaters, the artist cuts, sews, stretches and peals layers of colorful fabric, and reveals compositions recalling geologic cross sections or the Abstract Expressionist "flame forms" of Clyfford Still. An epilog is delivered by Charlie Finch regarding the latest travails of Jeffrey Deitch. A musical introduction recorded live on the streets of the Lower East Side is provided by Kid Lucky.

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                    • Hennessy Youngman Show @ Family Business Gallery

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                      I had a great time at this show, everybody was really cool and the artwork was really entertaining. Hennessy Youngman did a fantastic job. There were push pop girls, superheroes and lots of artists from all over. The live Spank Rock show didn't hurt either. I'm just mad I didn't capture the live fireworks that were coming out of the gallery towards the end. Glad I was there guys! iLikeZach is the illest dude on the planet Earth.

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