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Esopus 18 (Spring 2012)

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Artist’s Project: Bryan Nash Gill

By Bryan Nash Gill

Artifacts from the artist’s 2012 installation at Esopus Space

 

Analog Recovery 2: Home Studio

Photographs by Erich Hartmann

Never-before-seen early portraits from the Magnum photographer

 

Angus Trumble’s 1986 In Haiku

By Angus Trumble

One year. One page. (17th in a series)

 

Found Object: Spliced Duck

Recovered by Rich Remsberg

Esopus regular Remsburg found this anonymous collage in a shop in Readsboro, VT, in 2004.

 

100 Frames: Ode (1999)

Film by Kelly Reichardt; introduction by Amy Taubin

Riveting still images from a little-seen Super-8 film

 

Artist’s Project: Mary Lum

By Mary Lum

Die-cut collages depicting the urban landscape—and its effects on those who traverse it.

 

Modern Artifacts 11: Creating “Spaces”

Introduction by Michelle Elligott

Material related to a groundbreaking 1969 exhibition

 

New Voices: “Good Friends”

By Victoria Matsui

Tenth in our series of fiction by never-before-published authors

 

Artist’s Project: Bill Burns

By Bill Burns

“Storyboards for Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Told in the Form of Ivan the Terrible,” 2012

 

Notes of Appreciation

Introduction by Electra Slonimsky Yourke

Pages from the guest book of musicologist Nicolas Slonimsky

 

Esopus CD #18: Slonimsky’s Thesaurus

Musical patterns from an influential 1947 book inspire 10 new songs.

 
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The Esopus 18 launch party at Esopus Space

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