Chantal Acda & Christopher Knowles - 01/18/14

How I still can't bear to part with my VHS tape library, even if it's for a worthy cause.
Click for the Esse Aficionado Dance Company choreographic 'Videotape' proposal.

Saskia Van Waveren and Nicholas Croft at a coffee shop in Paris.
Palais Garnier

It must be quite mysterious to some people why I bother to carry on.
Because, you know, I don't sell that many records. ---Brian Eno
Great Performances

Agat Films And Ex Nihilo are a collective grouping of eight producers inspired
by common values that do not rule out each one's point of view and sensitivity.
Adam and Eve

Eve Ingalls “The Drawing May No Longer Be Accurate” @ SOHO20 Chelsea, where they
continue their mission of increasing public awareness of the excellence and
diversity of Women’s Art throughout the 1980’s, 1990’s and 2000’s.

I still do not know where the notes will come from when
I accept a commission for a new work. ---Lukas Foss
@ SOHO20 Chelsea With Kate Graves

Christopher Knowles (born 1959 in New York City) is an American poet and painter.
He has received a diagnosis of possible brain damage and is often referred to as autistic.
In 1976, his poetry was used by Robert Wilson for the minimalist Philip Glass opera
'Einstein on the Beach' - @ The AVA Gallery with Christopher Knowles audio works.
Letting go

Harriet after the Object Theater, Loft Performance, and the New
Psychodrama-Manhattan, 1970–1980 exhibition @ The Whitney Museum.
Brian Eno

Pootie Bear engages with Nicholas in some pillow talk regarding the business and finances
chapter of this signed copy of David Byrne's 'How Music Works' book.
G. Lucas Crane

Chantal Acda has worked under the Sleepingdog moniker
since 2006, making three affectionately received albums.
Joe Ahearn

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