March « 2004 « Rise Industries | Interdisciplinary projects since 1999

posted by on 2004.03.31, under Uncategorized

Wow, check this out. A great pictorial in broken english about Elena, a motorcyclist roadtripping through the radioactive zone of Chernobyl.

posted by on 2004.03.29, under Uncategorized

A friend just clued me in to Jen Pack’s little website – where she showcases her sewn silken artwork. Very nice – check it out ++++

posted by on 2004.03.29, under Uncategorized

Separate but not equal at all. With heterosexual couples in France choosing civil unions over marriage the media coverage and their reasons for this choice prove that this is not an equal alternative to marriage for homosexuals.xxxxx

posted by on 2004.03.29, under Uncategorized

Opening this Thursday April 1, 7 – 10 PM Highways Performance Space and Gallery presents: IDENTIFICATION (April 1 – April 25, 2004)

Ten artists react to the concept of labels, branding, pigeonholes, and self-identity: Tony Brown, Carol Es, Mark Steven Greenfield, Elizabeth Hoffman, Midge Lynn, Mary Milelczik, Suzan Woodruff, and photographer Ali Smith, author of “Laws of the Bandit Queens.” With an installation by Michele Jaquis in Gallery 2, and a performance by Steve Irvin at 8:00 PM.

posted by on 2004.03.24, under Uncategorized

So – its been a bit empy on the posting board over here, but that is because I am busy adjusting to my new job, dealing with my car that wont drive when I want it to, and getting ready for our move to a large loft space in Downtown LA.

posted by on 2004.03.11, under Uncategorized

Mmmm… dead malls

posted by on 2004.03.05, under Uncategorized

Nothing satisfies quite like Martha Stewart going to Prison. Sweeeeeeeet.

posted by on 2004.03.01, under Uncategorized

The Super Furry Animals played this past saturday, with me n Michele very much in attendance. Here is a highlight – after the entire band except for the keyboard/laptop guy left the darkened stage for what must have been 15 minutes, and said laptop guy made wild, banging house (yep, surprised most of the now confused crowd I must say) music complete with rotating and flashing lights – they all strolled back on stage in their super furry Golden Retriever outfits, and gave us their best Rock Salute as the DJ blared the intro theme to –

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR!!!!!!!!

then they simply picked up playing the song they left off at before the whole discotheque thing happened, and (softly) destroyed their instruments (a little).

Needless to say, the show absolutely ruled. Now go look at the Super Furry Animals Official Website

posted by on 2004.03.01, under Uncategorized

The Super Furry Animals played this past saturday, with me n Michele very much in attendance. Here is a highlight – after the entire band except for the keyboard/laptop guy left the darkened stage for what must have been 15 minutes, and said laptop guy made wild, banging house (yep, surprised most of the now confused crowd I must say) music complete with rotating and flashing lights – they all strolled back on stage in their super furry Golden Retriever outfits, and gave us their best Rock Salute as the DJ blared the intro theme to –

JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR!!!!!!!!

then they simply picked up playing the song they left off at before the whole discotheque thing happened, and (softly) destroyed their instruments (a little).

Needless to say, the show absolutely ruled. Now go look at the Super Furry Animals Official Website

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