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Monthly Archives: July 2006

Are We Not Men? We Are DJs

monkeys, novelists, siblings, directors, records, ice cubes Perhaps you haven’t been in to the ‘box in a while. Perhaps you’ve had your eyes closed and have missed notice of this upcoming DJ series. Perhaps it’s time for a trip to 214 SW Broadway…especially if you’ve yet to see one of the more fetching additions to […]

Remind: Tonight Times Two

Just in case you’re still planning your evening, recall that the new arts organization in town, Organism, is launching with a party at the Wonder Ballroom (128 NE Russell) featuring Small Sails, a video by Swiss art-star Pipilotti Rist (!!), and some band called the Dandy Warhols. Starts at 9 PM. Ohm (31 NW 1st) […]

ultra Q: Dan Stiles

Designer Dan Stiles responds to the ultra Q in which we ask Portland’s movers and makers a number of pressing questions Not only did Dan Stiles make your favorite rock poster of the century, the one that almost makes you crash the car when you spot it in the window of the record store, he’s […]

Widow’s Walk

David Eckard. Widow’s Walk. photo: TJ Norris. www.tjnorris.net A steel dress/cage illuminated by votive candles. Artist David Eckard performed his “Widow’s Walk” this past weekend on the Eastbank Esplanade wearing this, his latest sculpture. Adore. Artist, curator, and writer TJ Norris, captured the photo. There’s more from Gallery Homeland’s “Scratching the Surface” this weekend, and […]

How Do We Love He, Let Us Count…

Scribe, David Eckard. 2004 David Eckard ranks at or near the top of our list of most interesting artists in Portland. This Saturday night at dusk (around 9 PM) he’ll perform “Widow’s Walk” for Gallery Homeland‘s “Scratching the Surface” on the Eastside Esplanade. Eckard brilliantly marries conceptual performance with compelling, well-wrought (primarily metal) sculpture. He […]