1. SHOOT / RE-CREATION OF SHOOT

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    Chris Burden SHOOT | November 19, 1971 Derrick Ryan Claude Mitchell recreation of SHOOT | May 19th MMXIII Edited by Sean Donovan

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    • donaufestival - 10 years redefining art

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      The Trailer for the 2014 donaufestival in Krems/Austria. Musik: Bee Mask www.donaufestival.at

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      • Saint Genet: MMXIII

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        A short selection of shots from director Derrick Ryan Claude Mitchell's presentation of Christopher Burden's SHOOT, Nearly Nearly Invisible and Paradisiacal Rites. SHOOT was re-performed at Dawn on May 19th. Mitchell was shot with a .22 caliber rifle, before walking 10 miles to Pioneer Square where he performed Nearly Nearly Invisible. Nearly Nearly Invisible consisted of a ritual leeching and wine drinking process, supported by a series of bands in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square. Mitchell then walked 5 miles to On The Boards where his opera Paradisiacal Rites was finishing its United States Premiere.

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        • Jean Genet – Hommage zum 100. Geburtstag: Ausstellung im Schwulen Museum, Berlin

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          Impressions of the exhibition "Jean Genet – homage to his 100th birthday" from 07.12.2010 to 07.03.2011 at the Gay Museum, Berlin... read more in German: Impressionen der Ausstellung "Jean Genet – Hommage zum 100. Geburtstag" vom 07.12.2010 bis 07.03.2011 im Schwulen Museum, Berlin. Am 19. Dezember wäre Jean Genet 100 Jahre alt geworden. Das Schwule Museum Berlin widmet dem Skandal-Autor eine lebenspralle Ausstellung, die so überwältigend ist wie seine Schriften. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": http://kunstundfilm.de/2010/12/jean-genet/

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          • Saint Genet Musicians

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            Brian Lawlor, Salo & Garek Jon Druss captured their personal video for our USA campaign in a CAB on the way to our Sorrows Cassette Release Sunday March 17th

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            • USA Projects Fundraiser:Saint Genet's Paradisaical Rites

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              • Lily loves Saint Genet

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                Please help this project and keep me smiling! http://www.usaprojects.org/project/paradisiacal_rites

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                • Transports Of Delirium Act II: Defiance of All

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                  A series of one minute videos taken by Timothy Rysdyke documenting the second piece Defiance of All. Defiance of All was the second piece in Saint Genet's Aesthetic Declarations entitled Transports of Delirium. This work of performance took place in an abandoned building that was once the home to the prestigious art gallery The Lawrimore Project. Defiance of all featured former Pacific Northwest principal dancers Olivier Wevers and Chalnessa Eames, as well as choreography from Jessie Smith and James Kent. Over 15,000 stalks of wheat were installed in the gallery before being destroyed by the performance. Concept and Direction: Derrick Ryan Claude Mitchell Saint Genet Produced: September MMXI

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                  • Transports Of Delirium Act I: First Converstion: Aphoria

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                    A series of one minute videos shot by Timothy Rysdyke documenting piece in Saint Genet's Transports of Delirium. This piece was produced in an abandoned building that once was the Prestigious Lawrimore Project in the Fall MMXI. Saint Genet began the ritual within the shell of what was once the Lawrimore Project. Creating ephemeral images, inciting impossible poetic actions from exhausted and drug-induced performers, and slowly creating and recreating sacred space; methodically revealing beautiful and disturbing images of sexual power and abjection stretched to the breaking point of sustainability. It was said that “God only knows what is going on in that building, or perhaps the Devil knows better.” This was the act of deflowering, presented symbolically through the performer’s own initiative. Concept, Writing, Direction: Derrick Ryan Claude Mitchell Saint Genet

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                    • Transports of Delirium: Act IV Sacred History

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                      A series of one minute videos shot by audience member Timothy Rysdyke of the final piece in the series: Transports of Delirium. As the final Declaration of Aesthetic, Saint Genet expanded the final moments of The People's Temple in Jonestown, Guyana. A chilling, glacial narrative was presented through a 70 lb. pile of flowers, the haunting of a hidden and beautiful voice, a pool of blood, a pool of honey, mounds of gold-leafed performers, the dead and buried, the resurrected, and piles and piles of falling ash. This symbolic Poetic Gesture was the final act of willing, forcing the ascendancy of the Saint.

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