Monday, November 10, 2008


Friday 21 November 2008, 7p

Concrete poet NICO VASSILAKIS & Subtext cohort MICKEY OCONNOR present poetry to challenge your brain, followed by a collaboration between nationally-touring, movement artist BETH GRACZYK and experimental musician ANGELINA BALDOSZ. Starting at 7P on Friday 21 November, Phinney Neighborhood Center on Phinney Ridge in Seattle. This is Untitled [Intersection]'s 3rd stellar event of Fall 2008 and you're invited!
Artists manifestos will be offered as usual.


Thank you for supporting these NW artists!

A. K. Allin
Curator, Untitled [Intersection]


NICO VASSILAKIS - Nico Vassilakis is working on "Nothing". He collects shoehorns and enjoys colanders. His most recent book is Orange: A Manual. He is a member of the Subtext Collective.

MICKEY OCONNOR - Mickey O'Connor lives and writes in Seattle. He is the author of THE CHARLESGATE APARTMENT POEMS, NOT EVEN MERELY END & the forthcoming WEIRD WIND INSIDE WORDS.

BETH GRACZYK is a movement-based artist who works as a contemporary dancer, choreographer, teacher and producer based in Seattle, WA. She has performed both nationally and internationally working extensively with Locate Performance Group (Pablo Cornejo, Paige Barnes) (2002-2006), Sheri Cohen & Co. (2000-2004), Corrie Befort
(2003-present) and Scott/Powell Performance (2004-present). Beth co-produced and performed in 12 Hour Play and several dance/music improvisations in Seattle and Portland. She is a GAP grant recipient for Salt Horse through Artist Trust. Beth earned a double degree from the University of Washington in Dance and Molecular Biology. She was recently published in Nature Cell Biology for her work in mitosis.

ANGELINA BALDOZ has been performing and composing in the Seattle improvisational music and dance communities since 1996. Her distinctive trumpet playing has been presented in collaboration with Deborah Hay, Gust Burns, Lori Goldston, Ellen Fullman, Susie Kozawa, Beth Graczyk, Jason E Anderson, Paul Hoskin, and Torben Ulrich. Last fall she scored the feature film "Aliens Cut My Hair", as well as composed and performed for an evening length dance concert with Portland choreographer Linda Austin. Currently, Angelina can be heard around the Northwest with the newly formed quartet Instead Of, and playing electric bass with the rock band BC Campbell & The Celebrity Orphans.>>Back to main blog page

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