May 21, 2012
As others have already said, this video offers a fascinating insight into the process of creating a particular work (Yasuaki Onishi’s sculpture Reverse of Volume) in a way that detracts nothing from the artwork itself.
Artists take heed: we CAN let people into our process without taking away [...]
July 1, 2011
For six months, VISA, MasterCard, PayPal, Bank of America and Western Union have blocked donations to WikiLeaks.
I don’t think I could put it any better than the New York Times did:
“A bank’s ability to block payments to a legal entity raises a troubling prospect. A handful of big bank [...]
June 15, 2011
So Patrick and Christina are about to go to LA, the lucky ducks.
They leave tonight to present our Whatifesto at the Theatre Communications Group National Conference.
I am jealous. But: I’m going to LONDON! Where I’ll definitely see some awesome theatre of my own.
And I’ll be able [...]
March 23, 2011
This is what community-engaged performance can look like: Marin Theatre Company performs In the Red and Brown Water in the projects. Watch it — it’s under 3 minutes.
Things to note/ideas I liked:
The commu [...]
March 9, 2011
We’re getting a new project off the ground (quick, dirty and ugly) and in doing some research today for how we can document it, I learned something new! — the word for screenshots-as-movie: screencasting. Here are programs I found that can do it.
Cool because you don’t need to dow [...]
May 30, 2009
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Simone, originally uploaded by Yinzerspielen.
Today we rehearsed for the first time in the Kulturhaus Abraxas, where our real stage is. It’s a relief to be out of the KHG (almost but not quite permanently) and to be able to finally clean [...]
May 13, 2009
For those of you keeping score at home, if you want an idea of what Nora’s talking about in the preceding post, here is the trailer for Maß für Maß (Measure for Measure) at the Münchner Kammerspielen:
For what it’s worth, my favori [...]