ACTION 15: Archive Fever Revisited: The Fate of UAG's 50 Year History
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- May 31, 2016
May 31, 2016
Title: Archive Fever Revisited: The Fate of UAG's 50 Year History
Artist & organizer: Jennifer Moreno, UCSD Art History/Criticism/Theory BA Alum, interim UAG Gallery Coordinator 2010-2011 + many artists
7-9 pm. Special Event Series
Join us in a conversation about the fate of the UAG archives and the consequences of losing site/sight for art and art history. Participants of 2011 Archive Fever series of performances will come together to re-perform and re-display works that were inspired by the UAG archives. The archives are a little-known resource to the University that are rife with handwritten letters, original photographs, drawings, pieces of clothing, and other correspondence. What is being done to maintain their security and care once the gallery and its administrative staff are depleted?
Rebecca Bruno, UCSD Theatre and Dance Department, BA alumna - photographs of "Dance Still"
Patricia Rincon, UCSD Theatre and Dance Department, faculty - docudance "Latino Now: Landscape of Desire"
Trish Stone, UCSD Visual Arts Department, Lecturer, manager of calit2 gallery, - screening of "Reperforming Wendy Clarke"
Fred Lonidier, UCSD Visual Art Department, faculty emeritus - 4 photographs from the UAG Mass Action protest last week
Natalia Valerdi, UCSD Dance and Technology, lecturer - video "Remembering Fronteras"
Yolande Snaith, UCSD Theatre and Dance Department, faculty - video "One Hundred Feet"
Perry Vasquez, UCSD Visual Art, MFA alumnus - Manifesto along with a critical selection of documents from the UAG archive
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ACTIONS hosted by Collective Magpie (artists Tae Hwang & MR Barnadas plus participants)
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