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Monthly Archives: March 2011

Review: In(ter)dependence

…there is some work so strong that I had to return to write about it…

Maria T.D. Inocencio: It’s Like This Every Day

Maria T.D. Inocencio’s exhibition at Gallery Nine entitled, It’s Like This Every Day is a stunningly beautiful contemplation of daily movement and accumulated memories. …

A Smoke, a Drink and a Shit: We All Need Psychoanalysis.

…This leads back to my initial question, why look at these paintings that are so blatantly not made for your aesthetic contemplation but rather to glorify or enact the infantile urges of these artists?

Not Quiet on the Western FRONT

Tonight is a pre-launch party for FRONT, a new Portland journal for contemporary dance driven by dancemakers themselves: Tahni Holt, Danielle Ross, Alyssa Reed-Stuewe, Noelle Stiles and Robert Tyree. Join them for a happy hour from 6-8 PM followed by two hours of dance karaoke at PLACE GALLERY, Pioneer Place (700 SW 5th, 3rd floor, […]

Michael Reinsch: I Have Nothing To Say To You

… I like how the shiny balloons perform their look-at-me job while the blank signs offer up no reward for that attention. I have nothing to say to you but please pay attention to me anyway.