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1 Contact sheet: Collaborations : [Title unknown] rsga-ph-04267 March 18, 1989 Photographs of an unidentified performance by Fleming and Maltese from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The...
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Photographs of an unidentified performance by Fleming and Maltese from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences and and indefinable flux of performance art is one of the greatest assets of the medium, as well as one of the biggest thorns in the side of people who like to have a clean handle by which to hold art. In Chicago it seems that individuals, rather than groups or movements, start to represent a more specialized position. We thought that a cross-fertilization of these personal fields through collaborations might yield really interesting results, so we have asked a number of local performers to create collaborations around the idea of Hero/Heroine. These works, which are still evolving as this calendar goes to press, promise to bring you totally unexpected combinations of artistic energies in unique amalgamations." --[Source: Event calendar -- February/March 1989]
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Box 51
2 Contact sheet: Collaborations : [Title unknown] rsga-ph-04266 March 18, 1989 Photographs of an unidentified performance by Jones and Daulton from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The...
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Photographs of an unidentified performance by Jones and Daulton from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences and and indefinable flux of performance art is one of the greatest assets of the medium, as well as one of the biggest thorns in the side of people who like to have a clean handle by which to hold art. In Chicago it seems that individuals, rather than groups or movements, start to represent a more specialized position. We thought that a cross-fertilization of these personal fields through collaborations might yield really interesting results, so we have asked a number of local performers to create collaborations around the idea of Hero/Heroine. These works, which are still evolving as this calendar goes to press, promise to bring you totally unexpected combinations of artistic energies in unique amalgamations." --[Source: Event calendar -- February/March 1989]
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Box 51
3 Contact sheet: Collaborations : [Title unknown] rsga-ph-04269 March 11, 1989 Photographs of an unidentified performance by Soma and Tollefson from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The...
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Photographs of an unidentified performance by Soma and Tollefson from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences and and indefinable flux of performance art is one of the greatest assets of the medium, as well as one of the biggest thorns in the side of people who like to have a clean handle by which to hold art. In Chicago it seems that individuals, rather than groups or movements, start to represent a more specialized position. We thought that a cross-fertilization of these personal fields through collaborations might yield really interesting results, so we have asked a number of local performers to create collaborations around the idea of Hero/Heroine. These works, which are still evolving as this calendar goes to press, promise to bring you totally unexpected combinations of artistic energies in unique amalgamations." --[Source: Event calendar -- February/March 1989]
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Box 51
4 Contact sheet: Collaborations : [Title unknown] rsga-ph-04268 March 11, 1989 Photographs of an unidentified performance by Brogger and DeVallance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The...
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Photographs of an unidentified performance by Brogger and DeVallance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences and and indefinable flux of performance art is one of the greatest assets of the medium, as well as one of the biggest thorns in the side of people who like to have a clean handle by which to hold art. In Chicago it seems that individuals, rather than groups or movements, start to represent a more specialized position. We thought that a cross-fertilization of these personal fields through collaborations might yield really interesting results, so we have asked a number of local performers to create collaborations around the idea of Hero/Heroine. These works, which are still evolving as this calendar goes to press, promise to bring you totally unexpected combinations of artistic energies in unique amalgamations." --[Source: Event calendar -- February/March 1989]
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Box 51
5 Contact sheet: Collaborations: The Mini-Series, March 11 & 18, 1989 rsga-ph-04265 March 11 & 18, 1989 Photographs of a performance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences...
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Photographs of a performance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences and and indefinable flux of performance art is one of the greatest assets of the medium, as well as one of the biggest thorns in the side of people who like to have a clean handle by which to hold art. In Chicago it seems that individuals, rather than groups or movements, start to represent a more specialized position. We thought that a cross-fertilization of these personal fields through collaborations might yield really interesting results, so we have asked a number of local performers to create collaborations around the idea of Hero/Heroine. These works, which are still evolving as this calendar goes to press, promise to bring you totally unexpected combinations of artistic energies in unique amalgamations." --[Source: Event calendar -- February/March 1989]
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Box 51
6 Collaborations : [Title unknown] rsga-ph-00883 March 11, 1989 Photo of Andy Soma's and Alan Tollfson's performance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature...
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Photo of Andy Soma's and Alan Tollfson's performance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences and and indefinable flux of performance art is one of the greatest assets of the medium, as well as one of the biggest thorns in the side of people who like to have a clean handle by which to hold art. In Chicago it seems that individuals, rather than groups or movements, start to represent a more specialized position. We thought that a cross-fertilization of these personal fields through collaborations might yield really interesting results, so we have asked a number of local performers to create collaborations around the idea of Hero/Heroine. These works, which are still evolving as this calendar goes to press, promise to bring you totally unexpected combinations of artistic energies in unique amalgamations."
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Box 51; in folder labeled "Collaborations" Andy Soma, Alan Tolleffson 3/11/89
7 Collaborations : [Title unknown] rsga-ph-00880 March 11, 1989 Photo of Andy Soma's and Alan Tollfson's performance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature...
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Photo of Andy Soma's and Alan Tollfson's performance from "Collaborations: The Mini Series" March 11, 1989. "The interdisciplinary nature, multiple influences and and indefinable flux of performance art is one of the greatest assets of the medium, as well as one of the biggest thorns in the side of people who like to have a clean handle by which to hold art. In Chicago it seems that individuals, rather than groups or movements, start to represent a more specialized position. We thought that a cross-fertilization of these personal fields through collaborations might yield really interesting results, so we have asked a number of local performers to create collaborations around the idea of Hero/Heroine. These works, which are still evolving as this calendar goes to press, promise to bring you totally unexpected combinations of artistic energies in unique amalgamations."
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Box 51, found in folder labeled "Collaborations" Andy Soma, Alan Tolleffson 3/11/89. Duplicate removed from collection: rsga-ph-00879
8 Collaborations RSGA 141 March 11, 1989 Documentation of an untitled March 11, 1989 performance, presented as part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!" <br>This...
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Documentation of an untitled March 11, 1989 performance, presented as part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!" <br>This performance features collaborations by Brendan de Vallance and Mary Brogger, and Alan Tollefson and Andy Soma. <br>These performances were a part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!", held March 11 and 18, 1989. Through this series, RSG attempted to "cross-fertilize" the individual fields of artists working in Chicago in 1989. Artists worked together using the idea of Hero/Heroine as their theme. –[Source: Event Calendar -- February/March 1989]
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9 Collaborations RSGA 550 March 18, 1989 Documentation of an untitled March 18, 1989 performance, presented as part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!" <br>This...
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Documentation of an untitled March 18, 1989 performance, presented as part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!" <br>This performance features collaborations by Steve Jones and Robert Daulton, and Kathy Maltese and Kapra Fleming. <br>These performances were a part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!", held March 11 and 18, 1989. Through this series, RSG attempted to "cross-fertilize" the individual fields of artists working in Chicago in 1989. Artists worked together using the idea of Hero/Heroine as their theme. –[Source: Event Calendar -- February/March 1989]
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10 Collaborations RSGA 142 March 18, 1989 Documentation of an untitled March 18, 1989 performance, presented as part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!" <br>This...
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Documentation of an untitled March 18, 1989 performance, presented as part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!" <br>This performance features collaborations by Steve Jones and Robert Daulton, and Kathy Maltese and Kapra Fleming. <br>These performances were a part of "Collaborations: the mini-series!", held March 11 and 18, 1989. Through this series, RSG attempted to "cross-fertilize" the individual fields of artists working in Chicago in 1989. Artists worked together using the idea of Hero/Heroine as their theme. –[Source: Event Calendar -- February/March 1989]
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11 Collaborations: The Mini-Series, March 11 & 18, 1989 rsga_eph_00136 March 11 & 18, 1989 RSGA Ephemera: Drawer 1, 1979-1989. Found in file folder "1989: Announcements, Postcards, & Flyers"