1. Idhi Oka Nanadanavanamu Whoop Dee Doo


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    I made this re-make of a musical sequence from the 1985 Hindi Movie "Adavi Donga", for the community arts non-profit Whoop Dee Doo, as part of the show "Weird Holiday: A Deitch Projects Christmas Party" At Santos Party House in New York on December 23rd 2008. I watched the original musical sequence over and over like three thousand times, and then directed and edited it for the show in 4 days! We filmed it at Bec Stupak's Studio with the help of her and Malcolm Stuart, whose studio is next to her.

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    • Welcome to Whoop Dee Doo! (with Matt Roche & Jaimie Warren Too) | ART21 "New York Close Up"


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      What is meaningful community art? In this film, the artist-led variety show Whoop Dee Doo—co-directed by Jaimie Warren and Matt Roche—collaborates with the Urban Youth Theater Ensemble to produce a one-day-only performance of "An Abominable Thawt" (2015) at Abrons Arts Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Developed through workshops over the course of two months, the show’s original concepts and characters emerge through a series of improvisational games between teenagers and artists. Local performers are also enlisted, such as the singer Joseph Keckler, the tuvan throat singer Robert McLaughlin, and members of The Japanese Folk Dance Institute of New York. The week before the show, additional Whoop Dee Doo artists arrive from around the United States to help contribute ideas, craft costumes, and build a 360-degree installation out of newspaper, cardboard, and painter’s plastic. Performed on the second day of spring, the wildly colorful and energetic show features abominable snowmen, a traditional Japanese masked prison dance, game shows, a larval magic act, and a frozen set that slowly thaws. The latest in a series of performances stretching back to 2006, Whoop Dee Doo originated in Kansas City and has taken its “faux public access television show” on the road to cities such as Baltimore, Portland, Philadelphia, Omaha, Cincinnati, Chicago, San Antonio, Miami, Montreal, and Malmo, among others. “Whoop Dee Doo accomplishes everything that I would want to get out of an art experience,” says Warren, while Roche adds “It’s the main source in my life for personal growth.” With the goal of creating unexpected and endearing experiences that local artists, underserved youth, and audiences can share, Whoop Dee Doo breaks down stereotypes between art and entertainment in a chaotic mix of cross-cultural and cross-generational collaboration. Jaimie Warren (b. 1980, Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Warren is co-director of Whoop Dee Doo with Matt Roche (1978, Hammond, Indiana, USA). Learn more about the artist at: http://www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup/artists/jaimie-warren/ CREDITS | ART21 "New York Close Up" Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Editor: Michelle Chang. Cinematography: Amitabh Joshi, John Marton, Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Sound: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Additional Camera & Sound: Drew Mandinach & Whoop Dee Doo. Design: CRUX Design & Open. Music: John Ancheta, Gary U.S. Bonds, Joseph Keckler, Robert McLaughlin, Matt Roche, Masaru Satô & Silentó. Artwork & Photography: Whoop Dee Doo. Urban Youth Theater Ensemble: Sophie Bomeisler, Armani Cooper, Gabriel Cubero-Albisa, Esther Estrella, Brittany Gonzalez, Angelica Jacobs, Emmanuela Joseph, Samara Lozada, Justin Maldonado, Cira Merlin, Ricardo Merlin, Stephen Moore, Gareth Nolasco Tupper, Chester Pollard, Yasmeen Vargas & Kira Viera. Thanks: Jessy Abid, Abrons Art Center, Julio Badel, Kim Cox, Takako Funada, Lindsey Griffith, Jeila Gueramian, Chimmy Anne Gunn, Jon Harper, Sara Haug, The Japanese Folk Dance Institute of New York, Carl Johnson, Millie Kapp, Joseph Keckler, Drew Mandinach, Mary McLaughlin, Dennis McLaughlin, Robert McLaughlin, Rie Morimoto, Kevin Mooney, Anna Platt, Allen Riley, Mariah Robertson, Matt Roche, Teddy Rosen, Erin Sheehy, Carolyn Sickles, Momo Suzuki, Rieko Takamiya, Josh Tonsfeldt, Jaimie Warren, Naoko Wowsugi & Emma Zurer. An ART21 Workshop Production. © ART21, Inc. 2015. All rights reserved. ART21 "New York Close Up" is supported, in part, by The Lambent Foundation; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts; and by individual contributors.

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      • The Hole Jaimie Warren January 10 2013!!


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        Jaimie Warren: The WHOAS of Female Tragedy II the Hole Opening Reception: Thursday, January 10, 2013, 6-9pm!! open Tues-Sat 12-7 312 Bowery, New York, NY 10012 www.theholenyc.com 212-466-1100

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          Special Thanks the American Indian Center dancers and Big Sky Drummers Angelina Jolie Lee Marek The Boogers Team Classic Honey Blo Halau O'Manulani Trinity from God’s House of All Nations Circusteem Chica X Thistle and Heather Adam Ant National Headquarters The Arts of Life Band The Ssion Casey Guest Jake Austen, Ratso and Miss Mia of Chic-a-go-go! Stephanie Smith Christopher Aque Charles Esche Kerstin Niemann Connie Spreen and Dan Peterman The Experimental Station The kids of Blackstone Bicycle Works Death by Design THE WHOOP DEE DOO CREW Megan Mantia, Chris Beer, Natalie Myers, Madeline Farrell, Flannery Cashill, Danielle Westcott, Ashley Miller, Matt Roche, Jaimie Warren, Leone Reeves, Lee Heinemann, Carmen Moreno, Stuart Smith, Ayla Rexroth, Zach Van Benthusen, Brock Potucek, Peggy Noland, Cody Critcheloe, Seth Johnson, Japeth Mennes, Patrick Dunn, Kyle Klipowicz, Julie Potratz

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          • Amanda Lepore "My Hair Looks Fierce" for Whoop Dee Doo at Deitch Projects Annual Holiday Party


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            Amanda Lepore "My Hair Looks Fierce" for Whoop Dee Doo at Deitch Projects Annual Holiday Party Dec 23, 2008 at Santos Party House NY, NY

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            • CAZWELL performing "i saw beyonce at burger king" for Whoop Dee Doo at Deitch Projects Annual Holiday Party


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              CAZWELL performing "i saw beyonce at burger king" for Whoop Dee Doo at Deitch Projects Annual Holiday Party . Dec 23, 2008 at Santos Party House NY, NY

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              • DUST Feature Film Trailer #1


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                First trailer for DUST, a new American film by Adam Dugas & Casey Spooner. Starring Jaimie Warren, Cody Critcheloe, Peggy Noland, Holly Woodlawn, Katie Rayle, Danny Fischer, Adam Dugas, and Shannon Michalski. Produced by Adam Dugas, Casey Spooner and Michael Stipe. Executive Producer - Jason Cacioppo Original Score by Ben Bromley Production Designers - Dora Budor and Maja Cule BUY OR RENT SOON ON ITUNES AND AMAZON VIA TRAVERSE MEDIA

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                • Untitled


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                  Christopher Beer and Natalie Myers drawings manipulated for live green screen background.

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