BRIAN ROGERS with Claudia La Rocco
Claudia La Rocco ventured from Brooklyn to Long Island City, Queens, where the video and dance artist Brian Rogers is the founding artistic director of the interdisciplinary Chocolate Factory Theater. They were joined briefly by his partner-in-crime, executive director Sheila Lewandowski.
Letter from ManhattanBy Nancy Dalva
Art works change over timenot because they change, but because we do. This is most clear with paintings, whichwith the exception of time-based art made with materials that decay and morphstay the same. You go to a museum to visit a beloved painting, and lo! You see something unexpected
What to Throw Away, What to KeepBy Patricia Milder
He framed his interest in this song by explaining that Kenny Rogers was a fat American singer, which he segued into by bringing up Mariah Carey, who he also said was a fat American singer.
Objects of ComfortBy Christine Hou
What is our relationship to the objects around us? If objects could speak, what would they say? We turn objects into possessions by imbuing them with sentiment and narrative. They become totems for our own stories.
Class ConsciousnessBy Siobhan Burke
Were sitting in a coffee shop on twentieth, between seventh and eighth. Its the kind of idyllic April day that makes you think in platitudes and take yourself totally seriously: Lifes too short. Live in the moment. I had a breakthrough.
Instead of Back UpBy Thom Donovan
Heather Kravass The Green Surround is replete with references to the training of dancers, especially with regard to classical ballet. The setting for the work, we are told in the press release, is in fact a ballet studio.