Monday, July 29, 2002

-I spent a few days in NYC
last week, running around
trying to cram stuff in.
-Art highlights included Amy
Gartrell's Joy Division-referencing
show at Greene Naftali and a
second look at Paul Etienne Lincoln's
work at Alexander and Bonin.
-Theo from the Lunachicks did
a weird live show with a backing
tape and go-go dancers at
Northsix, and she sounded a lot
like late 1980's/early 1990's
Siouxsie and the Banshees.
-"Stoked: The Rise and Fall of
Gator" is a rather dark look at
the 1980's skateboarding scene,
with a slight "American Psycho"
aspect to it. It played at the
New York Video Festival at the
Lincoln Center.
-Thank you, Pieter, for taking
so much time to hang out!

-News on B!029 should follow
after the first of the month.
The artwork looks amazing...