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Previously in the City: TELEPRESENCE “LAST BREATH MEETS DANCING TRASH BAG”, David Renault, Mathieu Tremblin, 27 September 2012, galerie Octave Cowbell / Auditorium Wendel Centre Pompidou-Metz, Metz (FR) as part of “Une décennie” event organised by galerie Octave Cowbell

TELEPRESENCE is a principle of video-performance-conference. Through a FaceTime/Skype connection, viewers inside a room attend to an artistic context outside. As a reference to the specificity of Octave Cowbell gallery where visitors are entering through the window, David Renault and Mathieu Tremblin offer a unique window on their practice of the city – everyday actions with various forms, from derisory to monumental, from furtive to spectacular – mixing two personal gestures in a kind of surrealistic street corner happening.

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Long overdue documentation from the F.A.T. GOLD Europe exhibition hosted and produced by MU and curated by Lindsay Howard.

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(cross post from bennettwilliamson.com)

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My friend and fellow artist Raphy Griswold and I have had an ongoing mail art / cassette exchange going for the past few years. This month I put together my latest contribution, and decided to digitize it before mailing the original copy. I treated my broke self to a $20 cassette deck at the local thrift spot for my birthday, and this came together pretty quickly after that.

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Posted on July 29, 2014

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