1. Ritual ID: Cut #2 "Torn Lantern/Places To Be"


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    edit > CoCo Loupe camera> Nicole Garlando movement> CoCo and Tawanda From process of “Rituals of Identity: a duet with Coco / a solo by Tawanda” New work conceived of and directed by Tawanda Chabikwa Collaborators: < movement> CoCo Loupe Nicole Garlando www.ndiniwako.org * www.feverhead.com Thank you to: Feverhead, CoCo Loupe, Nicole Garlando, Eve Hermann, Noah Demland, Meghan Durham-Wall, Karen Mozingo, Noelle Chun, Ashley Voss, Julia McCann, Heidi Kambitsch,BL Lacerta, David Anderson, Adam Eason, Hubert Pralitz, Jen Mabus,Kevin Hanlon, Kim Corbet, Jonathan Anderson, Bethany Wildes, OSU Department of Dance, SMU Dept of Dance, College of the Atlantic, Colin Capers, Anastasia Sulshenko, Michael Kelly Bruce, Mark Krausz, George Beamer, They Might Be Dancers / Too, Susan Hadley, Vickie Blaine, Michael J. Morris, Mom, Dad & Blue Process: Ritual, recognitions, identity, intimacy, self, shedding, vessels, folding, time, sensitivity, body, flesh, can we see each other? can we see ourselves? construction, material artifact, ideological artifact, wording dance, possession, composition, decomposition and hour glass reality… process … Journal

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    • Cole Sternberg - all his strength was concentrated in his fists including the very strength that held him upright


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      Cole Sternberg made a visit to Denver for the opening of his show "all his strength was concentrated in his fists including the very strength that held him upright" @ The David B. Smith Gallery and he was kind enough to talk to me about the exhibition.

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      • Event of a Thread


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        My experience lying beneath Ann Hamilton's installation "The Event of a Thread" at the Park Avenue Armory.

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        • The Old Clock Shop - Leeds Inspired


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          • PROPS FOR THOUGHT: Kenneth Bamberg & Kristofer Hedberg


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            Behind the scenes of the exhibition Props for thought at our gallery, Nau gallery in Stockholm. Short interviews with the artists Kenneth Bamberg and Kristofer Hedberg on their work displayed in the exhibition. For more information check out http://www.naugallery.se/

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            • Installation of The Breathing Factory, FORMAT13, Derby, UK


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              ..it's a fool's economy or a false economy or fool's paradise or whatever you want to call it...I think we need to be...more cost effective and I don't think...at the moment we really are...what we have got is, as I said, is...a well-trained, educated, kind of workforce...so that's in our favour, but, again time will tell whether that's enough...I don't see it attracting everybody...I think they'll always come in for the tax break and that's probably the main reason they're here for now...so I'm really not sure where this is going to be in 10-15 years time...you could have a lot of well-educated people walking done to the dole office (unemployment office) and you know...but like, I don't really know where it's going...you know... (Clean-room Supervisor, Canteen, Hewlett-Packard Ireland, 28 November 2003) THE BREATHING FACTORY A project by Mark Curran is presented as part of the main programme of FORMAT 2013 Curated by Louise Clements (Artistic Director QUAD Derby & FORMAT) The theme of this edition is FACTORY: Mass Production in the city which founded the world's first ever factory. The complete programme includes exhibitions by Brian Griffin, Polly Braden, Archive of Modern Conflict, Edward Burtynsky, Erik Kessels, Ien Teh, Simon Roberts, Alinka Echeverria, Martin Cregg, Darek Fortas, Rob Ball and Ken Grant amongst others. Chocolate Factory John Street via Siddels Road Derby DE1 2LX Opening: Thursday, March 7th, 6 PM and continues until April 7th, 2013 With a title inspired by a widely utilised flexible economic management model responsive to the needs and demands of the global market which is intended to be implemented not only at the level of the factory floor but to extend to the nation state itself, The Breathing Factory critically addresses the role and representation of labour and global labour practices in Ireland's newly industrialised landscape as manifest in manufacturing and technology. In 2005, the Republic of Ireland was defined as the 'most globalised economy in the world' with full employment. In 2013, unemployment is close to 15% and 28% for those under-25. Global industrial practices are characterised by fleeting alliances; transient spaces as capital moves when and as required. In such an ephemeral and global context, the project focuses specifically upon the Hewlett-Packard Manufacturing and Technology Campus, part of a cluster formation of multinational technology complexes, in Leixlip in the east of Ireland. Following nine months of negotiation regarding access and completed over a 20 month period, the work is the result of a practice-led doctoral research project incorporating ethnographic practices in its undertaking. The installation includes photographs, text-based work, digital video projection, artefactual and sound archival material in its full presentation. The Breathing Factory (2006) published by Edition Braus, Heidelberg with the support of Belfast Exposed Photography, the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Gallery of Photography, Dublin. The installation has been generously supported by CULTURE IRELAND http://www.cultureireland.ie/eu2013/event/the-breathing-factory Further information can be found here: http://www.formatfestival.com/artists/mark-curran

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              • Kings County Cornucopia (Micro-Projection Mapping Installation)


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                Behind the scenes of “Kings Country Cornucopia“ a feast for the eyes that celebrates small-scale artisanal food production and the restless appetite of Brooklyn, New York. Created by NBNY (www.nbnyprojects.com) This “micro-projection mapping” installation is a landscape of ingredients, food preparation, and communal eating featuring our friends at Brooklyn Brine, Mast Brothers Chocolate, The Meat Hook, Brooklyn Coffee Roasters, Reynards, Le Gamin and Paulie Gee. Soundtrack from The Dig. The Kings County Cornucopia will travel to 11 cities in 2013 as part of the Brooklyn Brewery MASH. www.brooklynbrewerymash.com

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                • Ryoji Ikeda: test pattern [enhanced version], 2011


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                  test pattern [enhanced version], 2011 courtesy of Park Avenue Amory New York and Forma

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                  • REMOTE PLAY (COLL.EO, 2013)


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                    Four layouts comprised of one diecast RQ-1 Predator drone replica produced by Maisto (as part of their “Fresh Metal Tailwinds” series) or one diecast replica of a Mattel Matchbox SB94 Drone United Alliance (as part of the “Sky Busters Missions Series”), synthetic grass, synthetic snow, plastic trees, plastered rock, one digital image, cropped and manipulated, from Battlefield 3 (EA, 2010), one metallic pole, one mp3 player, one plastic arcade “PUSH to EJECT” button, and one set of headphones. Coll.eo, ACHIEVEMENT UNLOCKED, 2013 Shadow box case with black frame and red background measuring 16x16 inches containing the following medals: Department Of Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Department of Defense Superior Service Military Medal, Aerial Achievement Military Medal, Air Force Achievement Medal, Air Force Combat Action Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Air Force Combat Readiness Medal, Air and Space Campaign Medal and correspondent metal plates. More information @ colleo.org

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                    • LightGreet


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                      LightGreet is an installation, where an ultrasonic distance sensor detects motion in the doorway. Every person that walks through this door will trigger the sensor to light up the ceiling! These colors are dependent on your distance from the sensor. The sensor is hooked up to an Arduino board which can sense the environment by receiving input from the sensor and controls the lights.

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