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[Nettime-ro] PerformanceContemporary at Location One




Location One presents



PerformanceContemporary

An ongoing series of talks with artists and writers conceived and conducted
by Bonnie Marranca.





Dialogue with Paul Kaiser

Tuesday, October 22nd 7 PM

Regular $5, Students $2, Members Free.





GALLERY INFORMATION

Location One is located at 26 Greene Street NYC 10013, between Grand and
Canal Streets.

Subway: Canal Street (N, R, 6, A, C, E, J, M, Z)

Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 12 - 6 PM

(212) 334-3347







PAUL KAISER is a digital artist whose work has been exhibited in performance
spaces such as Lincoln Center and Barbicon and in museums and galleries,
such as the Whitney, Pompidou Center and Eyebeam. His work began in
experimental film and audiotape; he also studied the storytelling practices
of the Tarahumara and Navajo Indians. Kaiser spent ten years in Washington
D.C. teaching students with severe learning disabilities. He began
developing computer programs that allowed these children to build multimedia
depictions of their own minds. In 1994, Kaiser relocated to New York and
founded Riverbed, a multimedia studio, in order to create cultural and
art-oriented interactive projects. Kaiser created the virtual dances
Hand-Drawn Spaces and BIPED, with Merce Cunningham and Shelley Eshkar, and
Ghostcatching, with Bill T. Jones. Kaiser's piece TRACE (2001), a multimedia
narrative installation with audio design by Bell Labs scientist Nicholas
Tsingos, was seen at the Brooklyn Academy of Music as part of the Arts in
Multimedia program. His most recent public art work, PEDESTRIAN, a project
produced by the Art Production Fund and Eyebeam, was installed at three
Manhattan sites including Rockefeller Center, The Studio Museum in Harlem,
and Eyebeam in Chelsea. He has received many awards, including
ComputerWorld/Smithsonian Award in 1991, a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1996,
and a Bessie award in 2000.



BONNIE MARRANCA is co-founder and editor of PAJ: A JOURNAL OF PERFORMANCE
AND ART. A theatre critic residing in New York City, she has written two
volumes of essays, ECOLOGIES OF THEATRE, and THEATREWRITINGS, which won the
George Jean Nathan Award in Dramatic Criticism, and has edited several
books, including CONVERSATIONS ON ART AND PERFORMANCE, PLAYS FOR THE END OF
THE CENTURY, and INTERCULTURALISM AND PERFORMANCE. Bonnie Marranca is a
Guggenheim Fellow and Fulbright scholar and is currently teaching at
Princeton University. She is Director of Special Performance Projects at
Location One.



Future PerformanceContemporary events:



The Wooster Group-A Dictionary of Ideas: Tuesday, November 19, 7 PM.

Dialogue with Richard Maxwell: Tuesday, December 17, 7 PM



ABOUT LOCATION ONE

Location One (www.location1.org) is a new not-for profit art center, which
fosters the convergence of all types of creative expression. We maintain a
gallery space suitable for every form of performance and exhibition, and
within this space, multimedia net-broadcasting facilities that allow us to
webcast a 24-hour stream of both live and archived events. Our International
Residency Program invites artists from other countries to experiment with
emerging technologies. Location One is an exploration space for continual
creative discovery.







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