Alibi V.21 No.33 • Aug 16-22, 2012 ››
ISEA, USEA, We All See Emergent Art Forms in Burque
An international symposium and its underground offshoot
Cultural geographer Ronald Horvath wasn’t thinking of a specific place when he conjured the concept of “machine wilderness” in the ’60s. It helped him describe what he saw taking place across the American Southwest, as technology gradually transfigured the feral landscape. But the phrase describes New Mexico well. And it’s the driving force behind this year’s International Symposium on Electronic Art, taking place here in Albuquerque in September.
Photo by Julia Thudium
Mother Road opens doors to the public in advance of its September production
Taps flowed, pizza was passed around and old friends joked together in the basement of JC’s NYPD pizzeria. As the cast and crew of Mother Road Theatre Company’s upcoming production of The Killer Angels gathered for its first rehearsal, the air hummed. I felt that familiar flutter as the first page of the script turned. Here we go! I thought to myself. This is the best part—the part where the magic of making a play all begins.
artist Rosanne Ghahate
Zuni Pueblo ArtWalk
Zuni artists transform stone, metal, pigment and other materials to tell the story of their people.
A Good Cry
Performative videos and sculptural installations, the exhibition questions and scrutinizes the the nature of crying behavior.