photo courtesy of : dare-dare

a project initiated by folie/culture ( in association with dare-dare ( where adam bergeron and i were held captive inside these two glass fish tanks in seriously hot weather. the purpose? no; not sensitivity training on what it is like to live in an aquarium, but rather to blog about being alienated while experiencing alienation. however, we were very much NOT alienated from the weather conditions, but probably would have preferred to have been lol.

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the day is sunday, december 15, 2013. the starting time is 14h, the place is hub 14, the event is link & pin. the title given to this event is, participation.

participation is a performance event created, produced and hosted by the curator adriana disman. the photographer henri chan and the videographer (whose name i do not know,) hired by the artists, document the performances. the volunteer intern, veronica abrenica, takes care of the door. food is provided by the baker, natalie boustaid who receives a small sum of $15. the performers and the writers are invited by adriana disman. no performance fee is forthcoming, no writer fee is allotted, although monies obtained through the suggested entry fee of $10 are divided equally between the performers and the writers ($20 each.) adriana, also non-remunerated, welcomes us all.

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VisuelCourriel copie


14th street,  new york.

how many is too many? (3)

October 16, 2013


14th street, new york, new york.

karen’s bread shoes

August 5, 2003


these are karen’s bread shoes. she walked from her studio to the park in them. it was awkward walking. bread broke off and fell onto the sidewalk. at the park she took off the bread shoes and put them under a tree. she thought the birds would eat the bread shoes. the birds did not. she waited and watched a long time, then she picked up her bread shoes and walked back to the studio.(2003)