Posts Tagged ‘iceland’

notes from a meeting – on commissioning and reconfiguring risk [day one pt 3]

April 6, 2012

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Shezad Dawood Framed Photo G Mannes-Abbott

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Continued…

Highlights of other sessions included Samar Martha’s marshaling of interesting tales from the frontline of smaller organizations, including MASS, the space that Wael Shawky -Abraaj Prize Winner 2012- created from his old studio in Alexandria. Run on a shoestring, it’s now in its second year with twice as many students covering a wide age range. An inspiring story, presented by Daniella Rose King, I hope to watch it survive and flourish. This is when and how artists can generate step changes… (more…)

anne carson; cage a swallow can’t you but you can’t swallow a cage can you: a sonnet sequence for roni horn

March 18, 2010

Cage a Swallow/Swallow a Cage was performed twice on November 6th at the Whitney, during their exhibition of Roni Horn AKA Roni Horn. It’s part of the work that AC did during her Residency at RH’s Library of Water in Stykkisholmur, Iceland.

I couldn’t make it, have been requesting a recording of it for some time and now it’s up on their site here.

The page includes stills and a downloadable mp3 of about 25 mins, which may not be there forever…

Thanks, you Whitneys…

UPDATE 17.xi.2010

Transcription of the event follows; (more…)


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