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“Defiantly edgy and challenging.” Time Out New York gives Rituals of Rented Island: Object Theater, Loft Performance, and the New Psychodrama—Manhattan 1970–1980 five stars.
Kipper Kids, performance at Forum Theater, Berlin, 1973. © Kipper Kids, courtesy the artist
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Tonight, artist Theodora Skipitares will lead an evening of performance and demonstration around her practice of puppet theater.
Theodora Skipitares, Skysaver, performance at Galerie ak, Frankfurt, November 8–16, 1980. Courtesy the artist. Photograph by Christian Hanussek
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Still Life. Embroidery., 2011
Embroidery & acrylic on fabric
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I’m in here somewhere
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“The Red Balloon” is a very sweet and innocent tale until you realize that the balloon represented the postwar communist threat against France when… you know what? I’m gonna assume our college film professor was right. We didn’t get any of that out of it. It’s still très adorable.
Anyway, “The Red Balloon” and the Criterion Collection are free this weekend on Hulu, including “The Blob,” which, now that we think of it, was more about the creeping communist threat. To be honest, we were only in the film class to impress our older brother, the communist.