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Friday, November 21

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    G (aka NYC painter Robert Goldman)
    *Matthew Geller
    *Mike Glier
    *Ilona Granet
    *Julie Harrison
    John Hogan
    *Jenny Holzer
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    *Christy Rupp
    *Jane Sherry
    *Duncan Smith (Huh?)(who?)
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    *Matthew Geller
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    *Julie Harrison
    *Jenny Holzer
    *B Horowitz (Beth B)
    *G. H. Hovagimyan
    *Becky Howland
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    *Aline Mayer
    *Michael McClard
    Ann Messner
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    *Eric Mitchell
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Wednesday, March 26

  1. page Real Estate Show edited {aggregated RESx zine texts.odt} {housemagic6webV2.pdf} The text web version of a booklet …
    {aggregated RESx zine texts.odt}{housemagic6webV2.pdf}
    The textweb version of a booklet in preparationprepared for “The
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    attached above.
    (It does not include
    The footnotes which reference web sources are hyperlinked.
    The booklet, entitled "Imagine...", includes
    the CHARAS pdf; a versionfollowing texts:
    Excavating Real Estate
    by Alan W. Moore with the artists
    of that may be found in "House Magic" zine #4. It is posted here.)
    When
    the booklet is finished,Real Estate Show
    The Tompkins Square Community Center
    by Susan Simensky-Bietela
    Christodora The Flight of
    a PDF will be posted here.Sea Animal
    by Yuri Kapralov
    Yuri Kapralov, a ‘Grandfather’ of E.V. counterculture
    By Sarah Ferguson
    CHARAS
    By Libertad Guerra
    Looking Back – and Forth
    By Alan W. Moore

    The events unfolding this spring in New York City are as follows:
    James Fuentes Gallery
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Monday, March 17

  1. page Printed Matter show Fall 2011 edited ... One undeniable pleasure of exhibitions rich in historical material is spotting the small-type …
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    One undeniable pleasure of exhibitions rich in historical material is spotting the small-type names that now loom large. The screening schedule for the “Times Square Show” lists a midnight film by “Jim Jarmish” and another entry laconically titled “SLIDE SHOW by Nan Goldin.” (Also, don’t miss Jack Smith’s oracular warble in the late-night television advertisement for his “Palace of Exotic Landlordism.”) Yet that pleasure is also a danger: It dissolves Colab into a history of prominent proper names, what lately we might call the 1 percent, or what one “Real Estate Show” document dismisses as “the intellectual gambling of elitist art circles.” Better, perhaps, to focus on a cluster of flyers announcing Colab meetings, the material remainder of a social density sustained by hand-to-hand exchanges. On one, a drawing by Tom Otterness represents a committee restructuring proposal as a hilarious hermaphrodite automaton. Here we get a glimpse of the process, not the product: the conditions in the distillery that led to creative ferment.
    — Colby Chamberlain All rights reserved. artforum.com is a registered trademark of Artforum International Magazine, New York, NY
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    http://sendreceivesatellitenetwork.blogspot.com

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  2. page home edited ... Please note: Colab currently maintains its original membership and registered non-profit statu…
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    Please note: Colab currently maintains its original membership and registered non-profit status
    See People link to the left for original membership list. We are no longer accepting new members. Please feel free to contact us if you need additional information. This Colab wikispace is not complete and is currently in the process of being created by the membership.
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    and collaborative productionsproduction of art shows, magazines,a magazine, media production,
    Colab's numerous accomplishments include X Magazine 1978-79; the New Cinema screening room for punk and no wave films 1979; the Real Estate Show, December, 1979, which created the ABC No Rio cultural center, 1980-82 (ABC is ongoing); the Times Square Show, a large open exhibition of over 150 artists near the center of New York's entertainment district, June, 1980; MWF Video Club, est'd 1986. See below for a complete list of Colab projects and member related projects.
    Members of the group are presently involved in individual pursuits as artists, musicians, filmmakers and writers. Colab membership is also currently assisting in creating the Colab archival project.
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    Formation of Colab:
    In the 1970's hundreds of people in the arts lived in lower manhattan, which created a downtown milieu of exhibitions and group exchanges organized by artists, resulting in many collective and cooperative groups. Groups like the Judson Dance Group, 112 Greene St., Food, Artists Space, A.I.R., Artists for Cultural Change and the Fox collective, and others sprang up. In May 1977 Charlie Ahearn organized his Municipal Arcade show involving some of the artists who would later be in Colab; many of the Colab membership met at the Whitney Museum Study Program, the San Francisco and Chicago Art Institutes or lived in proximity to each other downtown.
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    NYC organization. Michael McClard and/pr Paula Longendyke
    During this time 1978-79 other shows were arising from the Colab membership but not paid for by Colab, though these shows were open to those that heard about them, which was essentially Colab members, such as the Batman Show, Income & Wealth Show, Doctors & Dentists Show, Manifesto Show, Dog Show, Just Another Asshole Show, 93 Grand Street Show, Jay St. Film Shows, Qwip and Slow Scan. Colabbers who spaces were used or organized these shows included Coleen Fitzgibbon (5 Bleecker St.), Robin Winters (591 Broadway), Liza Bear (93 Grand St.), Michael McClard (93 Grand St.), James Nares /Seth Tillet / Tim Burns (Jay St.), Diego Cortez, Jenny Holzer, Robert Cooney, Jane Sherri, Barbara Ess, Virginia Piersol.
    Other influential publications and productions by members but not necessarily Colab include Art-Rite by Walter Robinson and Edit de Ak; Spanner Magazine by Dick Miller and Terri Slotkin; Nightshift theatre productions by Betsy Sussler, Lindsey Smith, Robert Cooney, Caz Porter; New Cinema by Eric Mitchell, James Nares, Becky Johnston.
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    Batman Show (November 1977)
    images articles
    Exhibit A (November 1978?)
    93 Grand Street
    financed by CNAA, Colab, CVA

    Doctors & Dentists Show (Jan. - Feb. 1979)
    591 Broadway images articles
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    The text of a booklet in preparation for “The Real Estate Show Revisited,” an exhibition program that draws from the themes addressed in the artists' group Colab’s 1980 Real Estate Show, is attached above.
    (It does not include the CHARAS pdf; a version of that may be found in "House Magic" zine #4. It is posted here.)
    When the booklet is finished, a PDF will be posted here.
    The events unfolding this spring in New York City are as follows:
    James Fuentes Gallery
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  4. page Real Estate Show edited The {aggregated RESx zine texts.odt} The text of ... is attached below. above. (It does n…
    The {aggregated RESx zine texts.odt}
    The
    text of
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    is attached below.above.
    (It does not include the CHARAS pdf; a version of that may be found in "House Magic" zine #4. It is posted here.)

    The events unfolding this spring in New York City are as follows:
    James Fuentes Gallery
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    11:14 am

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