Monthly Archives: June 2010

6.25.2010 and Ongoing: Adrienne Ferrari

Tweet Jane Ditty: an imaginary Twitter conversation Name Jane Ditty Bio A fit and fortyish fantasist laid off from my job at Pipeline Partners, LLC and while I do not dress to the nines, I do dress well. I, also, … Continue reading

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6.19.10 Kianga Ford

Artist Kianga Ford launched the first in her series called You Are Here…a movement, an act, an episode, an ecology. Designed as a site-specific audio experience at the BCAM escalator at LACMA, the piece, based on a text by LACMA … Continue reading

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6.10.10 Barry Yourgrau

Writer Barry Yourgrau, inspired by the Japanese keitai shosetsu genre, launched his mini-series, Imagining LACMA, on the theme: How might one daydream a museum they have never attended? In the first installment, Barry texted: Contributor Barry Yourgrau lets genie out … Continue reading

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6.3.10 Steve Fagin

On June 3rd, Steve Fagin unleashed the first episode in his mini mini-series, Only for Dummies. Steve’s alter ego–a ventriloquist dummy—tours through LACMA creating a story equal parts Flaubert and Facebook. Steve kicked it off with this text: Wht do … Continue reading

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5.29.10 Rich Bott, The Texting Detective

On May 29th, artist Rich Bott performed live at LACMA with a series of text messages and videos inspired by a Charles Willeford story. The following is a complete transcript of Rich’s performance: Jacque Debierue sculpture reported missing STOP LAPD … Continue reading

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