File puptcrit/puptcrit.0801, message 272

Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 14:46:45 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] "The Puppet Show" at the Institute of Contemporary

Ah, I see. Yes - as would I. It seems that whoever responded to
you simply placed some text from the press release into an email
and shot it off to you. Maybe look at the calendar to see what
events are scheduled?

--- Ed Atkeson <> wrote:

> GVL >>>It just looks very interesting in general - a lot of
> puppetry  
> theory and a lot of fantastic artists included in the
> exhibition. Our own John Bell was one of the writers/curators
> for the  
> accompanying text.
> ---------------------------
> I was trying to figure out if they were going to do the Jarry
> play.  
> The blurb says,
> "The puppet show takes as a historic point of departure one of
> the  
> first episodes of avante-garde art history: Alfred Jarry's
> 1896 play  
> Ubu Roi that was conceived as a puppet show. Ubu's reign
> continues  
> with the work of the South African artist William Kentridge in
> collaboration with the Handspring Puppet Company."
> I have a message in to them about it, couldn't figure it out
> from the  
> site. I'd drive to Philly for that.
> best,
> Ed A
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