Back into the fray

As I continue to get acclimated in Studio Toile d’Angles, and prepare to start presenting an irregular series of concerts here — bringing self-determination home, as it were — the last thing I was interested in doing was to once again curate a series of concerts in another venue. But, Paul Metzger, as the cliche more

A bona fide member

In recent communications with the Reform Art Unit’s spiritus rector Fritz Novotny, he alerted me to his updated Wikipedia page. Accessing it (and, unfortunately, being a typical uni-lingual american, having to have it translated), I noticed that, in spite of my few collaborations with the RAU, I wasn’t included in the list of “Significant more

Recent Site Additions

After some thought, I have decided to publish my 2004 essay on Bill Dixon. It can be found under “Aesthetics Addenda” on the right hand column of any page but “Home”. Likewise, but under “Articles/Interviews”, there is an 8 part e-mail dialogue with valued friend and (long distance) colleague Stefan Kac.

was the title of a screenplay Twin Cities’ thespian Fred Gartner said he was going to write once he moved to Hollywood in the mid-eighties; the “man” in question being me. I met Fred in 1981 when he appeared in, and Steve Gnitka and I provided the music for IN THE LONG NIGHT, a play more