Private Line presents Crock Madame Vs The Hostess

Private Line presents Crock Madame Vs The Hostess

Saturday December 8, 8pm – late

Free

Featuring Shana MOULTON, Ish KLEIN, Angela WASHKO

Party + Beer + Music+ Dancing

DJ Nicole REBER, midnight or earlier

Chapbook

Designed for the occasion by Joseph KAPLAN

For all guests, who are all invited.

 

Shana MOULTON works in video and performance. She studied at the University of California, Berkeley and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, where she received her MFA. Moulton has also attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine, and studied at De Ateliers in Amsterdam. Her video work has been screened and exhibited internationally, including at Art in General, New York, Migros Museum, Zurich; Contemporary Museum of Art, Uppsala; Rencontres internationales Paris/Berlin, Paris; Aurora, Edinburgh; Dark Light Festival, Dublin; Impakt Festival, Utrecht; Internationale Kurzfilmtage, Oberhausen; Broadway 1602, New York; and Gimpel Fils, London. Moulton’s performances have been presented at venues including The Kitchen, New York; PERFORMA 09, New York; Aurora Picture Show, Houston; Electronic Arts Intermix, New York; The Bluecoat, Liverpool; Socrates Sculpture Park, New York; among others. Moulton currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

[ http://shanamoulton.info/ ]

[ www.ubu.com/film/moulton.html ]

[ http://contentseries.com/moulton/ ]

 

Ish KLEIN is a poet, filmmaker and cyclist. She grew up in Long Island and was educated at Columbia University and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Klein’s poetry collections include Moving Day (2011) and Union! (2009), both from Canarium Books. Klein was awarded a Digital Filmmaker Residency from the National Endowment for the Arts, and her films have been screened at the Stuttgart Film Winter festival, Arlene’s Picture Show, and the Philadelphia Film Festival.

[ http://canariumbooks.org/Ish-Klein ]

[ www.youtube.com/user/ishkleinfilms ]

 

Angela WASHKO is an independent curator, practicing visual artist, and arts administrator based in New York City. These trajectories are integral to her practice rather than individual role-play. She recently founded the Council on Gender Sensitivity and Behavioral Awareness in World of Warcraft. Her work has been written about in Rhizome, the New York Times, TimeOut NY, Staten Island Arts, The Metroland, and The Huffington Post. She has shown work nationally and internationally in exhibitions and festivals including The Rotterdam International Film Festival, Garage Gallery in San Diego, LUMEN in NYC, Carnival of e-Creativity in New Dehli, Videopolis in Barcelona, and The Budapest Short Film Festival.

[ http://angelawashko.com/home.html ]

[ http://wowongender.tumblr.com/ ]

 

Nicole REBER DJed her first party in the 7th grade when she made a mix CD for an ice cream social. She spends most of her lunch breaks making collages and has made a habit of successfully smuggling her Xacto knife through TSA security checkpoints. She is currently working on a set of poems inspired by a recent backpacking trip across Eastern Europe. You can follow her at nicolereber.tumblr.com.

Private Line is operated by Kendra Sullivan, Megan Ewing, Dylan Gauthier & Macgregor Card.

The Gowanus Studio Space is a non-profit organization, providing artists and designers with the resources necessary to make ambitious work a reality. [www.gowanusstudio.org]

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