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Symposium INTERFORMAT

03/01/11

Reclamation proposes to re-perform Hot Oil Rubdown for and/or to provide survey services to the artists participating in Nida Colony’s Symposium INTERFORMAT this May in Lithuania.

We’re very excited by Nida’s description of the Symposium:

“The symposium’s goal is to gather artists, curators, researchers and practitioners and reinvent the format of presenting and sharing art, knowledge and experience. One of the key features of contemporary culture is the changing role of the artist, who sometimes assumes the role of a researcher and curator, and vice versa. Where are the borders of these roles? How could a serious researcher and theorist do a performance, and how could a playful artist do serious research and theorize?”

Check out Nida Art Colony at http://nidacolony.lt

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Alternative Uses of Public Space for Kosovo, Egypt, Pakistan

02/26/11

Reclamation proposes to create a free course in which we research the history of public art in our region and produce a public artwork in collaboration with our community for smARTpower in Kosovo, Egypt or Pakistan.

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Spring Chicken!

01/17/11

Reclamation proposes to live on a barge on the Nyhavn Canal with 100 chickens for the duration of the Charlottenborg Fonden Spring Exhibition 2011 (March 3 – April 25).

Each morning, Reclamation will toss fresh eggs to visitors.

 

 

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Coming soon: Reclamation’s first book!

01/05/11

page TPS2 of Reclamation’s forthcoming publication Ritual/Music + Tea Party Socials

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Reclamation’s ilicit activities abroad

12/23/10

Drew Denny’s Let’s Moon the Moon for Girls Gone Wild @ Tiny Creatures, LA, Winter Solstice 2010

Jack Heard’s Wet T-shirt Contest, 2010, SÍM gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland

Listen:

Score by Jack Heard for Wet T-shirt Contest

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iceland

11/15/10

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stuck in the past but looking to the future

11/13/10