ginger's blog


June 8, 2007

This Saturday I'll be hosting a quilting forum as part of Summer School at PS 122.
come sew and bring your new favorite poetry or feminist mystical texts to read aloud

Summer School is a temporary school that offers
lectures, workshops and performances led by artists.
Free and open to the public, Summer School playfully
adapts educational strategies to transmit alternative
knowledge. Events will run from June 2-24. All events
at PS122 Gallery.

Ginger Brooks Takahashi “An Army of Lovers Cannot Fail”
A open “quilting bee” to continue a quilt that has
been in progress for two years. The end product of
this workshop is not the quilt itself, but rather the
process —the informal gatherings and invaluable dialog
between friends and strangers.

Jonah Bokaer “A Moving Body in the Built Domain”
A lecture/demo on the applications of digital media
towards organizing movements for the human body. This

Ridykeulous @ The Kitchen, Wed. June 6

June 1, 2007

An evening with Ridykeulous:
At Least It's Not Abstract!

Wednesday, June 6 7pm

Tickets $5
I'm performing at the Kitchen this Weds as part of the rotating
this time we are A.L. Steiner (ridykelous), Melissa Logan (chicks on speed),
Michael O'Neill (princess), and Sara Shaw (effi briest)

guitar sculpture
campfire antics
saxophone violin and one squeaky stool
fuck for peace

Ridykeulous organizes an evening of overthrow and ruin. Interventions,
recitations, videos, mediations, incantations, declarations, and performances
will feature past contributors and new recruits including Justin Vivien Bond, AK
Burns, robbinschilds, Dynasty Handbag, K8 Hardy and Stefan Tcherepnin, Haunted
Horny Horror Woods, and Celeste Dupuy-Spencer and other special cameos. Founded
by artists A.L. Steiner and Nicole Eisenman, Ridykeulous is a collaborative
effort to capsize, contaminate, corrupt, debase, defeat, demolish, deprave,


May 28, 2007

release celebration at the radical fairie garden in the les
tomorrow night

Saturday,June 2nd, from 9 – 11pm
at Le Petit Versailles community garden
346 East Houston St at Avenue C
(entrance on 2nd street).

The evening will feature a performance by Honeychild Coleman
and DJ sets by Delmar and Designer Imposter.

Introducing HUNG, a magazine having at it's core queer artists of color and intersecting with a broad range of communities, cultures and concerns.

HUNG arose out of it's creators desire to lluminate and connect queer men of color who are doing interesting, sexy, subversive work.

Inspired by the 2005 book of the same title by Scott Poulson-Bryant, HUNG seeks to decode the borders of ontology and identities.

The premiere issue of Hung features work by:

Dirk Rowntree
Andrew McCarthy
Ginger Brooks Takahashi
Ivan Monforte
Edwin Gonzalez-Ojeda
Ramdasha Bikceem
Brontez Shoemaker
Bodie Chewning
Bryce Ward

How did she find herself here?

May 15, 2007

On the occasion of the Whitney Independent Study Program Studio Exhibition,
I will present this new work:
How did she find herself here?
Nancy Holt, 1973-76

Please come!
May 19-27, 2007
an exhibition of works by the 2006-07 Studio Program participants of the Whitney ISP
Opening Reception Saturday May 19 6-8 pm
Gallery Hours Monday-Sunday 11 am - 6 pm

Artists Space
38 Greene Street, 3rd Floor
New York

Mauricio Arango, Brad Borevitz, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Christine Davidson, David Dempewolf, Mansita Diawara, Ewa Einhorn, Redmond Entwistle, Brendan Fernandes, Elaine Gan, John Hawke, Edward Kihn, Jesper Nordahl, Saya Woolfalk

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