1. Julianna Barwick & Ikue Mori - Rejoinder


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    Ikue Mori & Julianna Barwick FRKWYS collaboration conceived and performed in the White Columns gallery Project Space on November 16th, 2010 in New York, NY. Available 6/14/11 from RVNG Intl. as FRKWYS Vol. 6. Shot & edited by Maia Stern. http://www.youbogglemymind.blogspot.com RVNG Intl. www.igetrvng.com

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    • Julianna Barwick & Ikue Mori - Dream Sequence


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      Ikue Mori & Julianna Barwick FRKWYS collaboration conceived, performed, and cut live to 12-inch vinyl in the White Columns gallery Project Space on October 29th, 2010, New York, NY. Available 6/14/11 from RVNG Intl. as FRKWYS Vol. 6. Shot & edited by Maia Stern. http://www.youbogglemymind.blogspot.com RVNG Intl. www.igetrvng.com

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      • Thurston Moore + Okkyung Lee at White Columns Feb 19, 2010


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        As part of an ongoing series of events at White Columns as part of the Ecstatic Peace Poetry Journal - Issue #10 show. More info here: http://www.whitecolumns.org/view.html?type=exhibitions&id=483 The guy taking video on his phone in my shot, posted his video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acRoNQUm58E

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        • Sue Tompkins: Performance at White Columns presented by The Modern Institute 7 March 2014


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          Tompkins tells Julian Cowley in The Wire 365 about her recent spoken word works: “I was thinking recently about The Ronettes and The Chiffons and Motown stuff, which I love. I wrote down the words ‘doo lang, doo lang’, then made a recording at home of myself singing it, and for the vinyl recording we have sampled that. I like to build an awareness of a song or an era. I was watching The Deer Hunter and there’s a scene where Christopher Walken is playing pool in a bar, and he sings along with Frankie Valli’s version of “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”. In one of my performances I build up to that song. Not a full blown cover, but I gesture towards it. I’m not an improvisor. I don’t work like that. Everything is accumulated and thought about, without squeezing the life out of it. There’s thinking in it." Sue Tompkins performs Orange Brainwash Tribute at Wysing’s Space-Time: The Future festival on 30 August. Letherin Through The Grille is courtesy the artist and The Modern Institute/Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow. Recorded by Sam Richardson.

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          • Experiential


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            A variety of clips from recent art/sound events in the NYC area shot with my Digital Elph. Well the image stinks but the sound ain't half bad.

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            • Matthew Higgs


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              Matthew Higgs speaks about his practice as part of The New Administration of a Fine Arts Education. Organized by Bureau for Open Culture for Columbus College of Art & Design.

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              • January 23, 2013: Rainer Ganahl, Classical Music Concert, at El Mundo Third Avenue Theater


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                Presented by El Mundo, Haunted Houses Projects, White Columns & Rainer Ganahl 1852 Third Avenue, New York, New York

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                • “Untitled Art Project” Try-outs New York Part I


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                  James Kalm has been hearing rumors rumbling around New York about a “Reality” TV show dealing with artists and their careers for months. Tipped off about these auditions by Martin Bromirski, he peddles over to the West Village on a Sunday afternoon in July to see what all the hubbub is about. In the process, he’s intimidated, taunted, threatened with arrest, and shunted to the side. Ironically this “Report” delivers a reality check on “Reality” TV, and gives exposure to many artists who failed to fit the template and clichés of the Mainstream Media.

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                  • “Untitled Art Project” Try-outs New York Part II


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                    James Kalm returns to Greenwich Village’s White Columns on Horatio Street to wrap up this investigative report on “Untitled Art Project”. Just what is the reality of reality TV? Hundreds of artists from across North America waited in the late July heat for their chance at fifteen minutes of fame. Viewers are treated with glimpses of works varying from straight oil paintings to wind up miniature sculptures and rustic furniture made from maple-root and sandstone. These artists represent an eclectic cross section of America’s creative grass roots.

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                    • Contemporary Talks: Matthew Higgs


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                      Matthew Higgs is an acclaimed artist and curator, whose projects are known for their focus on under-recognized artists, collaboration, books and ephemera. Since 2004, he has been the Director and Curator of White Columns, New York's oldest alternative art space. From 2001 to 2004, he was curator of the Wattis Institute of Contemporary Art in San Francisco, and prior to that he was a curator at the ICA in London. Higgs has worked with artists including Peter Doig, Martin Creed, Judy Linn, Chris Ofili, Jeremy Deller, and many others. He writes frequently for Artforum, Frieze, and other publications. His own art uses book pages and enigmatic language to address issues of creativity, site, and audience. Recorded Nov. 9, 2011 at SCAD Atlanta for the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. http://thecontemporary.org http://whitecolumns.org

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