“My Voice Has An Echo In It” Video

http://vimeo.com/112511073   MY VOICE HAS AN ECHO IN IT is a six-hour, installation-based performance with live music, text and video. The performance takes place inside a freestanding, soundproof installation that is 24 feet long by 6 feet wide. Spectators watch the performance through two-way mirrors at listening stations positioned along the outside perimeter of the […]

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IDEAL AVENUE Continues with live music & performance by Ideal Orkestra

Ideal Glass in partnership with The Fourth Arts Block invites you to explore the history of Lower East Side and the issues regarding the urbanism and gentrification through two public projects: Ghost by Levan Mindiashvili and video installation Ideal Avenue by John Sully.The mural Ghost is commissioned by Fourth Arts Block and is part of FABLES, a series of public works exploring Lower East Side History. […]

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Fear and Self Loathing in Watermill Center Day 5/6

The Edge… there is no honest way to explain it because the only people who really know where it is are the ones who have gone over. Hunter S. Thompson   mor·tal ˈmôrtl/ adjective 
(of a living human being, often in contrast to a divine being) subject to death.   I miss Hunter. No I […]

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Domestication, Volume and Day 4 At Watermill

Being able to focus full time on the creative process and having full access to the appropriate resources and space is the peak experience for me. Plus working with a team that is able to function artistically as well as domestically is crucial. Not only is the Center fully stocked with any kind of technical […]

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Perspective, Gratitude and day 3 at Watermill

As a child of the 60s I grew up with the Kennedy, King and X assassinations, mega celebrity crash and burns (Hendrix, Morrison, Joplin, Jones) civil rights, student protests, racial riots, police brutality, Vietnam body/ kill counts on the 6 o’clock news and nuclear annihilation on the horizon. I remember asking myself as a kid, […]

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