FEBRUARY 2013 Shows

February 1, 2013
Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art
18 Wooster Street, NY, NY

Performance collaboration with Mae Fatto’s work das Ding! 

It begins, “Heidegger says proudly, “People say Heidegger is a fox.” This is the true story of Heidegger the fox.” -Hannah Arendt

das Ding! is an energetic performance interpreting an exchange between Martin Heidegger and Hannah Arendt. The audience-filled reading becomes an unlikely ground for the surrounding activity, where a group simultaneously builds the architecture of Heidegger’s hut, often relying upon viewer interpretation and interference. Consistently starting and stopping, working and negotiating, the performance examines the dialectic of history and document; the often-slippery attempt of one to capture the other.


February 7-8, 2013
CEAIT Festival
REDCAT, Roy & Edna Disney / Calarts Theater
631 W 2nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213 237-2800

Bonnie Jones (Baltimore)
Keith Fullerton Whitman (Boston)
Hong Chulki (Seoul)
Choi Joonyong (Seoul)



February 9, 2013
Poetry reading @Poetic Research Bureau
951 Chung King Road, Los Angeles, CA


February 16 – 25, 2013
No Idea Festival
Austin, TX
(schedule TBA)


Artists include: 

Bonnie Jones → electronics → baltimore
Chris Cogburn → percussion, electronics → austin
Bryan Eubanks →  electronics → new york city / berlin
Catherine Lamb →  violin, electronics → nyc / berlin
Dafne Vicente-Sandoval →  bassoon, electronics → paris
Xavier Lopez → laptop → paris
Remi Álvarez → saxophone(s), flute(s) → mexico city
Ingebrigt Håker Flaten → double bass → austin
Milo Tamez → percussion, drumset → chiapas, mexico
Misha Marks → baritone horn, accordion, guitar → mexico city
Bob Hoffnar → pedal steel guitar → austin
Aaron Allen → double bass → austin
Damon Smith → double bass → houston
Sandy Ewen → electric guitar → houston

(subject to change) 

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