Ephemera

The Enclave Reading Series presents Max Blagg, Ron Kolm, and Sheila Maldonado

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theenclave
 
 

The Enclave Reading Series

 

presents

 

Max Blagg

Ron Kolm

Sheila Maldonado

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Michael Alan and Michael Kronenberg present: The Living Situation

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Michael Alan

and Michael Kronenberg

present:

The Living Situation

(living installation, draw-a-thon)

on Saturday

May 30th, 2015

Brooklyn, New York

at 6:00pm

 
 
The Living Situation
 
 
In an abandoned apartment in the middle of Clinton hill, Brooklyn (Hell’s kitchen) lives seven naked New Yorkers. Living. Eating. Sleeping. Showering. Cooking. Fucking. Destroying. Come watch, draw, listen, zone out for a 7 hour live happening like no other demented Michael Alan show. Enter into the rear window and watch as they act out the most surreal acts you have ever seen. Ticket only event. Saturday, May 30th, 2015, 6pm on. Click on michaelalanart.com to order tickets. Address will be sent to ticket holders via email. Read more

Bad Karma: a short film by Jim Spring — based on Ron Kolm’s story by Mark McCawley

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Bad Karma:

a short film by Jim Spring

 

based on Ron Kolm’s story

 

by Mark McCawley

 
 

 
 
Bad Karma, directed by Jim Spring, dates from the mid-90s. It is taken from a short story written by Ron Kolm, first published in Michael Carter’s Redtape magazine. Jim Spring and Elana Fisher produced it, and the film was edited by Andrea Newhouse. The director of photography was David Morabito and the art director was Soraya Rashid. Patricia Dunnock played Jill, and Max Mankind played Duke. The two main characters sell magazines, etcetera, on the streets of the East Village. Kim Gordon’s band, Free Kitten, plays in the early part of the film, and Thurston Moore, of Sonic Youth, pushing a stroller in the crowd watches them. The film — much like Kolm’s Duke and Jill stories — captures a time and place in New York City that has all but disappeared. Read more

Steve Dalachinsky — in conversation with Mark McCawley

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Steve Dalachinsky

in conversation with

Mark McCawley

 
 

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The Enclave Reading Series presents Felice Rosser, Max Steele, and Jill Rapaport

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The Enclave Reading Series

 

presents

 

Felice Rosser

Max Steele

Jill Rapaport

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