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1 No More Sweets for You: New Films and Videos About Being Alone, May 5, 1995 rsga-eph-00493 May 5, 1995 Initial flyer design for the film screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in...
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Initial flyer design for the film screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in conjunction with the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-March 27, 1995.
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2 No More Sweets for You: New Films and Videos About Being Alone, May 5, 1995 rsga-eph-00518 May 5, 1995 Flyer for the video screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in conjunction with...
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Flyer for the video screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in conjunction with the exhibition "Wallflower" April 21-March 27, 1995.
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3 No More Sweets for You: New Films and Videos About Being Alone, May 5, 1995 rsga-eph-00517 May 5, 1995 Flyer for the video screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in conjunction with...
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Flyer for the video screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in conjunction with the exhibition "Wallflower" April 21-March 27, 1995.
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4 No More Sweets for You: New Films and Videos About Being Alone, May 5, 1995 rsga-eph-00516 May 5, 1995 Flyer for the video screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in conjunction with...
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Flyer for the video screening "No More Sweets for You" at Randolph Street Gallery, May 5, 1995. The event was held in conjunction with the exhibition "Wallflower" April 21-March 27, 1995.
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5 Protected by Wolves rsga-ph-00666 1991 Photo of Aida Laleian's "Protected by Wolves," 1991, hand colored silver print. The work was shown during the exhibition "Wallflower,"...
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Photo of Aida Laleian's "Protected by Wolves," 1991, hand colored silver print. The work was shown during the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "This exhibition offers perspectives from the wallflower that oppose traditional negative notions of her as insecure, shy, unpopular, inept, pathetic, and even female. The art works function as wallflowers, but with a reversed viewpoint on traditional mating rituals, and alternative sexual identities no defined by anatomical opposition."
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6 Hairdress rsga-ph-00665 1993 Photo of one of Chrysanne Stathacos's "Hairdresses" 1993. The work was shown during the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995....
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Photo of one of Chrysanne Stathacos's "Hairdresses" 1993. The work was shown during the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "This exhibition offers perspectives from the wallflower that oppose traditional negative notions of her as insecure, shy, unpopular, inept, pathetic, and even female. The art works function as wallflowers, but with a reversed viewpoint on traditional mating rituals, and alternative sexual identities no defined by anatomical opposition." --[Source: Event calendar -- March/April 1995]
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7 The Adventures of Oedipussy Tess rsga-ph-00669 1995 Photo from Carol Jackson's "The Adventures of Oedipussy Tess," a series of silkscreen posters. Selections from the series were shown in...
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Photo from Carol Jackson's "The Adventures of Oedipussy Tess," a series of silkscreen posters. Selections from the series were shown in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "This exhibition offers perspectives from the wallflower that oppose traditional negative notions of her as insecure, shy, unpopular, inept, pathetic, and even female. The art works function as wallflowers, but with a reversed viewpoint on traditional mating rituals, and alternative sexual identities no defined by anatomical opposition." --[Source: Event calendar -- March/April 1995]
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8 The Memory of a Vessel rsga-ph-00664 April 21-May 27, 1995 Photo of Aida Laleian's "The Memory of a Vessel." The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The...
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Photo of Aida Laleian's "The Memory of a Vessel." The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "This exhibition offers perspectives from the wallflower that oppose traditional negative notions of her as insecure, shy, unpopular, inept, pathetic, and even female. The art works function as wallflowers, but with a reversed viewpoint on traditional mating rituals, and alternative sexual identities no defined by anatomical opposition." --[Source: Event calendar -- March/April 1995]
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9 Wallflower, April 21-May 27, 1995 rsga_eph_00240 April 21-May 27, 1995 RSGA Ephemera: Drawer 3, 1994-1997
10 Yellow Wallpaper RSGA 441 [date unknown] Documentation of Marie Ashton's "Yellow Wallpaper." Either exhibited at RSG or submitted as a proposal, Ashton exhibited at RSG in April...
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Documentation of Marie Ashton's "Yellow Wallpaper." Either exhibited at RSG or submitted as a proposal, Ashton exhibited at RSG in April/May 1995. –[Source: Event Calendar -- May/July 1995]
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11 1-900 Mirror Mirror rsga-ph-01726 1993-1994 Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower,...
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Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "1-900 Mirror Mirror, (1993-5) was my first interactive public artwork. Taking the form of mirrored phone booth, 1-900 Mirror Mirror was a work in which I could communicate with the viewer by videophone. The primary intention was to discover what the viewers might ask when confronted by their own image in a mirrored infinity chamber. The mirrored booth, covered with hand printed roses, ivy, and hair, was a visual metaphor which projected what would happen at death. -- [Source: artist's website, Work, 1-900 Mirror Mirror]
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12 1-900 Mirror Mirror rsga-ph-01727 1993-1994 Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower,...
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Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "1-900 Mirror Mirror, (1993-5) was my first interactive public artwork. Taking the form of mirrored phone booth, 1-900 Mirror Mirror was a work in which I could communicate with the viewer by videophone. The primary intention was to discover what the viewers might ask when confronted by their own image in a mirrored infinity chamber. The mirrored booth, covered with hand printed roses, ivy, and hair, was a visual metaphor which projected what would happen at death. -- [Source: artist's website, Work, 1-900 Mirror Mirror]
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13 1-900 Mirror Mirror rsga-ph-01724 1993-1995 Photograph of Chrysanne Stathocos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower,...
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Photograph of Chrysanne Stathocos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "1-900 Mirror Mirror, (1993-5) was my first interactive public artwork. Taking the form of mirrored phone booth, 1-900 Mirror Mirror was a work in which I could communicate with the viewer by videophone. The primary intention was to discover what the viewers might ask when confronted by their own image in a mirrored infinity chamber. The mirrored booth, covered with hand printed roses, ivy, and hair, was a visual metaphor which projected what would happen at death. -- [Source: artist's website, Work, 1-900 Mirror Mirror]
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14 1-900 Mirror Mirror rsga-ph-01725 1993-1994 Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower,...
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Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "1-900 Mirror Mirror, (1993-5) was my first interactive public artwork. Taking the form of mirrored phone booth, 1-900 Mirror Mirror was a work in which I could communicate with the viewer by videophone. The primary intention was to discover what the viewers might ask when confronted by their own image in a mirrored infinity chamber. The mirrored booth, covered with hand printed roses, ivy, and hair, was a visual metaphor which projected what would happen at death. -- [Source: artist's website, Work, 1-900 Mirror Mirror]
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15 1-900 Mirror Mirror rsga-ph-01723 1993-1994 Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower,...
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Photograph of Chrysanne Stathacos's installation "1-900 Mirror Mirror," 1993-1995. The artist participated in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "1-900 Mirror Mirror, (1993-5) was my first interactive public artwork. Taking the form of mirrored phone booth, 1-900 Mirror Mirror was a work in which I could communicate with the viewer by videophone. The primary intention was to discover what the viewers might ask when confronted by their own image in a mirrored infinity chamber. The mirrored booth, covered with hand printed roses, ivy, and hair, was a visual metaphor which projected what would happen at death. -- [Source: artist's website, Work, 1-900 Mirror Mirror]
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16 The Adventures of Oedipussy Tess rsga_pst_00393 1995 Jackson, Carol Silkscreen poster from Jackson's series "The Adventures of Oedipussy Tess." Selections from the series were shown in the exhibition ...
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Silkscreen poster from Jackson's series "The Adventures of Oedipussy Tess." Selections from the series were shown in the exhibition "Wallflower," April 21-May 27, 1995. The exhibition was organized by Marie Shurkus. "This exhibition offers perspectives from the wallflower that oppose traditional negative notions of her as insecure, shy, unpopular, inept, pathetic, and even female. The art works function as wallflowers, but with a reversed viewpoint on traditional mating rituals, and alternative sexual identities no defined by anatomical opposition." --[Source: Event calendar -- March/April 1995]
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17 Lunar Lander RSGA 431 [date unknown] Recording of Sean Kryston's film "Lunar Landar," shown at the event "No More Sweets For You." <br>In Chicago-based artist Sean...
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Recording of Sean Kryston's film "Lunar Landar," shown at the event "No More Sweets For You." <br>In Chicago-based artist Sean Kyston's film, "Lunar Landar," boyhood NASA dreams resurrect themselves in the search for the creator of Lunar Landar. <br>This film was shown as a part of the event "No More Sweets For You," held May 5, 1995. This program of 15 new experimental film and video shorts unfolded the fantasies, trauma and romance of solo-ness. Organized by Elisabeth Subrin, it featured work by the following artists: Nancy Andrews, Sadie Benning, Tammy Rae Carland, Amanda Cole, Shari Frilot, Leah Gilliam, Laura Nix, Sean Kryston, Helen Mirra, Jeanine Oleson, Jennifer Reeves, Jon Schluenz, Cauleen Smith, Kirsten Stoltman, Tran T. Kim-Trang, and Kristen Thiele. –[Source: Event Calendar -- May/July 1995]
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18 Wallflower; A Site Specific Project by Arturo Herrera rsga_eph_00223 April 21-May 27, 1995; May 11-May 27, 1995 RSGA Ephemera: Drawer 3, 1994-1997
19 No More Sweets for You: New Films and Videos About Being Alone, May 5, 1995 rsga_eph_00229 May 5, 1995 RSGA Ephemera: Drawer 3, 1994-1997