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Swimming Lessons

18 December 2013 7:06 AM, PST | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

Robert C. Morgan: The Swimming Lessons, 1981 (Translating Duchamp's Green Box), and Related Works Rooster Gallery, NYC

Upon entering the Rooster Gallery in the Lower East Side of New York one is struck by its pristine interior installed with the delectable Robert C. Morgan exhibition The Swimming Lessons, 1981 (Translating Duchamp’s Green Box) that ran from October 30th to December 1, 2013. Apparently, this show was first conceived as a performance that he videotaped in 1981 of two women reading and transcribing random text from Duchamp’s Green Box notes. In the ground level gallery, we heart the recorded sound of two women struggling with the translation of Duchamp's notes from French to English. Although the Betamax imagery decomposed in storage over time, Morgan used the surviving sound recording to superimpose over his film stills used in a series of notational drawings mounted on the gallery’s two walls.

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- Thalia Vrachopoulos

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Swimming Lessons

18 December 2013 7:06 AM, PST | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

Robert C. Morgan: The Swimming Lessons, 1981 (Translating Duchamp's Green Box), and Related Works Rooster Gallery, NYC

Upon entering the Rooster Gallery in the Lower East Side of New York one is struck by its pristine interior installed with the delectable Robert C. Morgan exhibition The Swimming Lessons, 1981 (Translating Duchamp’s Green Box) that ran from October 30th to December 1, 2013. Apparently, this show was first conceived as a performance that he videotaped in 1981 of two women reading and transcribing random text from Duchamp’s Green Box notes. In the ground level gallery, we heart the recorded sound of two women struggling with the translation of Duchamp's notes from French to English. Although the Betamax imagery decomposed in storage over time, Morgan used the surviving sound recording to superimpose over his film stills used in a series of notational drawings mounted on the gallery’s two walls.

Duchamp's statement to Pierre Cabanne »

- Thalia Vrachopoulos

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Watch That Man: Larry Krone + Bradley Rubenstein

31 October 2013 7:43 AM, PDT | www.culturecatch.com | See recent CultureCatch news »

Born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1970, Larry Krone was raised in St. Louis, Missouri, and now lives and works in New York City's East Village. He has been exhibiting his drawings, sculptures, installations, and videos since the early 1990s. Some of the museums he has exhibited at include the Whitney Museum of American Art Philip Morris Branch and the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, which in 2006 presented Larry Krone: Artist/Entertainer, a ten-year retrospective of Larry Krone's visual and performance work.

As a performer, Larry has appeared at music and art venues in New York, including Joe's Pub, Ps 122, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Larry's costume design and fabrication for his own performances has led to the creation of House of Larréon, his line of custom gowns and stage costumes. He outfits cabaret performers, dancers, and rock singers, including Bridget Everett, Neal Medlyn, Adrienne Truscott, and Kathleen Hanna. Larry is a 2013 Millay Colony fellow, »

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