Project Description

Souvenir 1

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“Untitled. 1” Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA. 1978. Temporary installation incorporating bamboo and florescent light. Digital scan from 35mm slide.

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“In the Silent Space of Memory.” Installation. “Louisiana Environments.” Group Exhibition. Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA. 1977; Digital scan of image from newspaper article.

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Bar Sketch, De Werlt Café, Leuven, Belgium, never exhibitied, 1975-76?; digital scan of original artwork.

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Sketch on Bar Coaster , Le Renard Café, Leuven, Belgium, never exhibitied, ;1975-76?; Digital scan of original artwork.

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“Origin/Destination – Performance Sculpture.” University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA.; 1978. Digital Scan of Xerox Poster.

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“Origin/Destination – Performance Sculpture,” University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA.; 1978. Digital scan of Polaroid.

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“I 1.1” Performance score for installation. Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, LA. 1978. The rooftop installation made of twigs and bound with jute was based on the ‘conceptual music’ score/notation.

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“I 1.1” Installation – with an accompanying music score. Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, LA. 1978. The rooftop installation made of twigs and bound with jute was based on the ‘conceptual music’ score/notation.

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“Untitled. 2” Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA. 1978. Temporary installation incorporating bamboo and florescent light. Digital scan from 35mm slide

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“J.1.1” (detail) “Five Aerial Sculptures.” Curated by Rudy Lemcke. Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA. 1978. The installation consisted of a set of suspended bamboo sculptures suspended above a musical score that was written in chalk on the floor below. The exhibition was 5 artists work that was suspended from the 40 foot ceiling of the Contemporary Arts Center.

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“I1.2” “Monuments—an Artists Burial Ground.” Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, LA. 1978. The installation (built in the basement of the Contemporary Arts Center) was based on a musical score based on a funeral dirge. Piles of dirt marked a path that was a physical translation of the score into 3D. Because of fire and safety reasons the piece was dismantled. A video of the installation was shown in the exhibition.

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Screen grab from “Monuments—an Artists Burial Ground.” Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, LA. 1978. A screen grab from Denise Vallon’s video installation. She videotaped her friends doing things that were not generally known to the general public about the artists’ lives. These videos were placed in her ‘video crypt.’ My video was me playing a Schoenberg piano piece on her out of tune piano.