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Thread Waxing Space records, 1980s-2001, bulk 1991-2001

A Finding Aid to the Thread Waxing Space Records, 1980s-2001, bulk 1991-2001, in the Archives of American Art, by Sarah Haug

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Historical Information

Founded by Tim Nye, Thread Waxing Space opened in September 1991 on the second floor of 476 Broadway in New York City. Named after the building's previous occupants -- a factory which produced waxed thread -- the non-profit gallery and performance space explored the interdisciplinary nature of the arts and expanded the boundaries of a traditional gallery through diverse programming.

Thread Waxing Space had multiple exhibition spaces, including the main gallery where the gallery's curators and independent curators organized solo and group exhibitions of contemporary artists working in all types of mediums; the Project Room, a space typically showing works of emerging or under-represented artists; and the Kitchenette, showing works by video artists. In addition to solo and group exhibitions, dance performances, readings, musical events, film screening, lectures, discussion panels, benefits, and arts education programs for students were all frequently held at Thread Waxing Space.

Exhibitions in the main gallery and the Project Room typically ran concurrently for 4-6 weeks. One of the more prominent exhibits held at Thread Waxing Space was "Beck & Al Hansen: Playing With Matches," an exhibit of artworks by musician and songwriter Beck and his grandfather, Fluxus artist Al Hansen. Other artists with solo exhibitions at Thread Waxing Space include Leonardo Drew and Virgil Marti. Thread Waxing Space closed in 2001.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The records of the New York City gallery Thread Waxing Space measure 36.7 linear feet and date from 1980s-2001 (bulk 1991-2001). Exhibitions and events held at the gallery are documented through correspondence, artists' bios, printed materials, shipping records, photographic materials, audiovisual materials, scattered electronic records, and other administrative records. Also found are a handful of artist research files, clippings, and press books.

Program Files provide a nearly comprehensive documentation of the exhibitions, performances, lectures and other programs held at Thread Waxing Space. Materials include correspondence, contracts, administrative records, printed materials, photographic materials, audiovisual materials, and scattered electronic records.

Research Files include a handful of folders containing materials related to artists, such as resumes, biographies, printed materials, clippings, and scattered correspondence. Press books containing photocopied newspaper and magazine articles, scattered clippings and scattered printed materials are found in Press Files. Audiovisual Materials contain sound and video recordings presumably of artists found in the Program Files series.

Exhibitions and performances for which there is considerable documentation in the collection include Post-IZUM Moods Music Series (1993), "Don't Look Now" (1994) curated by Joshua Decter, "Garbage!" (1995), "Beyond Ars Medica: Treasures from the Mutter Museum" (1995-1996), "European Comics: Another Image" (1997), "Celluloid Cave" (1997), "Ascent of Western Civilization: American Independent Rock, 1976-1991" (1997), "Jump Cut (Faust)" (1997), "Sanctuary: A Spiritual Music Festival" (1998), "Conceptual Art as Neurobiological Praxis" (1999), "Foul Play" (1999), and "Mr. Fascination" (1999-2000); and traveling exhibitions "Archigram: Experimental Architecture 1961-1974" (1998-1999), "Spectacular Optical" (1998-1999), "After the Gold Rush" (1999), and "Achieving Failure: Gym Culture 2000" (2000).

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged as 4 series:

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following terms:

Subjects-Topical:

  • Art galleries, Commercial -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Art -- Study and teaching -- New York (State) -- New York
  • Performance art -- New York (State) -- New York

Types of Materials:

  • Photographs
  • Video recordings

Provenance

The Thread Waxing Space records were donated in 2008 by Thread Waxing Space founder Tim Nye.

How the Collection was Processed

Portions of the collection were processed at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College prior to accession at the Archives of American Art. The collection was minimally processed, arranged, and described by Sarah Haug in 2011 with funding provided by the Smithsonian Institution's Collections Care and Preservation Fund.

The goal for minimal-level processing at the Archives of American Art is to provide access to collections as quickly as possible while maintaining our high standards for arrangement, description and preservation. Generally, materials are minimally rearranged, existing folder titles are retained, and all materials are rehoused in acid-free folders and boxes. Staples and other fasteners are not removed, but materials are removed from binders or damaged binding when necessary.

As best as possible, the processing archivist integrated separated audiovisual materials into the corresponding Program Files based on the item's label. The materials were not viewed for verification. Audiovisual materials for which the processing archivist was not able to determine the content by existing labels were arranged in an audiovisual materials series.

Where found, Social Security numbers on documents were redacted. Social Security numbers were covered on the original and the document was photocopied. The originals were removed from the collection and replaced with the redacted photocopies.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

Use of original papers requires an appointment. Use of archival audiovisual recordings and electronic records with no duplicate access copy requires advance notice.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Thread Waxing Space records are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Literary rights as possessed by the donor have been dedicated to public use for research, study, and scholarship. The collection is subject to all copyright laws.

How to Cite this Collection

Thread Waxing Space records, 1980s-2001, bulk 1991-2001. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Program Files, 1980s-2001
(Boxes 1-38; 35.7 linear feet)

Program Files provide a nearly comprehensive documentation of exhibitions, performances, lectures, and other events held by Thread Waxing Space. Materials found include correspondence with curators, artists and arts organizations; shipping records; contracts; insurance records; slides and photographs of installations, artwork, and events; clippings; catalogs, cards, and invitations; posters and flyers; and scattered electronic records. This series contains sound and video recordings of performances and exhibitions, the bulk of which are unique recordings. Additional audiovisual recordings are found in Series 4.

Folders are arranged chronologically by exhibition date.

Box Folder
1 1 Paul Pagk (Sept. 19 - Nov. 2, 1991), 1991-1992
1 2 John Yau and Raphael Rubinstein, "Reading" (Oct. 9, 1991), 1991
1 3-4 Hyun Soo Choi, "Seven large-scale paintings" (Nov. 7 - Dec. 21, 1991), 1990-1992
(2 folders)
1 5 "Sculpture: Leonardo Drew, Lisa Hoke, and Brad Kahlhamer" (Jan. 16 - Feb. 28, 1992), 1992
1 6 The Green Card Writers (Feb. 14, 1992), 1992
1 7 Chris Martin, "There Is No Inside, There Is No Outside"(Mar. 13, 1992), 1992
1 8 "Behind Bars," Curated by Meg O'Rourke (Mar. 17 - Apr. 25, 1992), 1992
1 9 Larry Litt, "Humorology" (Apr. 3 and 10, 1992), 1992
1 10-11 "The Banquet," Organized by Hunter Reynolds and Chrysanne Stathacos (May 1-23, 1992), 1992, 1995
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
1 12-16 "Mssr. B's Curio Shop," Organized by Saul Ostrow (June 6 - July 11, 1992), 1991-1993
(5 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
1 17-19 "Miauhaus," Organized by Gottfried Tollmann (July 20 - Aug. 8, 1992), 1991-1993
(3 folders)
1 20-21 Front 242, "Art & Strategy" (Aug. 12 - Sept. 1, 1992), 1992
(2 folders; includes 2 sound discs: CD)
1 22-23 "The Interactive Show," Curated by Neil Zusman and Carol Parkinson (Sept. 10 - Oct. 10, 1992), 1989, 1991-1992
(2 folders)
Box Folder
2 1 Amanda Weil, "Glass Photographs Office Installation" (Sept. 10 - [Nov. 3?], 1992), 1992
2 2 Taylor Mead and William Rand Reading (Oct. 14, [1992]), 1992-1993
2 3-5 "Techstasy: The Body and Technology" (Oct. 15 - Nov. 4, 1992), 1992-1993
(3 folders; includes 2 videocassettes: VHS)
2 6-7 Leonardo Drew (Nov. 7 - Dec. 12, 1992), 1992-1993
(2 folders)
2 8-9 "Supermodernism," Panels Organized by Robert C. Morgan (Nov. 12, 19, Dec. 3, 10, 1992), 1992
(2 folders; includes 3 videocassettes: VHS)
2 10-17 "I Am the Enunciator," Curated by Christian Leigh (Jan. 9 - Feb. 20, 1993), 1992-1993
(8 folders; includes 1 sound disc: CD, 2 videocassettes: VHS, and 1 computer disc: 3.5")
Box Folder
3 1 "I Am the Enunciator," Curated by Christian Leigh (Jan. 9 - Feb. 20, 1993), 1992-1993
(Includes 2 videocassettes: VHS)
3 2-3 Paul Pagk (Mar. 5 - Apr. 17, 1993), 1993
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
3 4 King Forward and Big Funk Performance (Mar. 6, 19, 1993), 1993
3 5-6 Jessie Allen, "Reason Cannot Reach It: Seeking New Ways to Talk About Race" (Mar. 18, 1993), 1993
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
3 7 Marc Straus and Heather McHugh Poetry Reading (Apr. 16, 1993), 1993
3 8 Triangle Artists' Workshop Panel Discussion (Apr. 21, 27, 1993), 1993
3 9-15 "From Terrain Vague to the Hummingbird's Chest," Curated by Sussan Deihim (Apr. 23 - May 7, 1993), 1991-1993
(7 folders; includes 2 sound discs: CD, 3 videocassettes: VHS, and 2 sound cassettes)
3 16-17 Hyun Soo Choi (May 12 - June 26, 1993), 1991-1993
(2 folders)
Box Folder
4 1 Pico Harden (May 12 - June 26, 1993), 1993
4 2 "Forging Ground: Symposium on Engaging the Public and Rethinking Exhibition Approaches" (May 25 and June 3, 1993), 1993
4 3 Mr. Jed, "His Puppet Touched Me" (June 5-6, 1993), 1993
4 4-5 The Blue Man Group Benefit (July 12, 1993), 1993
(2 folders)
4 6-8 "Gone Beyond Gone," Curated by Dominique Nahas (Sept. 18 - Oct. 23, 1993), 1981, 1986-1993
(3 folders)
4 9-10 "(oh, shyness)," Organized by Luca Buvoli (Sept. 25 - Oct. 23, 1993), 1993
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
4 11 "Writers Read," Organized by John Reed (Oct. 7, 1993), 1993
4 12-13 Steve Lacy and Alain Kirili Performance (Oct. 27, 1993), 1992-1993, 1996
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
4 Post-IZUM Moods Music Series (Oct. 31 - Nov. 14, 1993),
4 14 General, 1993
4 15 Budget Info, 1993
4 16 Contracts, 1993
4 17 Art Exhibition, 1993
4 18 Final Report, 1993-1994
Box Folder
5 Post-IZUM Moods Music Series (Oct. 31 - Nov. 14, 1993),
5 1 Final Report, 1993-1994
5 2 Income, 1993
5 3 Fode Kouyate (Oct. 31, 1993), 1993
5 4 Houria Aichi (Nov. 2-3, 1993), 1993
5 5 MCO Composer Evan Lurie (Nov. 4, 6, 1993), 1993
5 6 MCO Director Richard Clark (Nov. 4, 6, 1993), 1993
5 7 MCO Composer Ben Neill (Nov. 4, 6, 1993), 1992-1993
(Includes 1 sound disc: CD)
5 8 MCO Composer Pauline Oliveros (Nov. 4, 6, 1993), 1993
5 9 MCO Composer Ruth Schonthal (Nov. 4, 6, 1993), 1993
5 10 MCO Composer David Soldier (Nov. 4, 6, 1993), 1993
5 11 MCO Composer John Zorn (Nov. 4, 6, 1993), 1993
5 12 Alberto Neuman (Nov. 5, 7, 1993), 1993
5 13 Solo Instruments (Nov. 9-10, 1993), 1993
5 14 "1001 Sounds" Instrumentals, David Behrman and James Lo (Nov. 10, 1993), 1993
5 15 "1001 Sounds" Installation/Performance, Ken Butler (Nov. 9, 1993), 1993
5 16 "1001 Sounds" Solo Instrumental/Installation, Cooper-Moore (Nov. 9, 1993), 1993
5 17 "1001 Sounds" Installation/Solo Performance, Michael De Lia (Nov. 9, 1993), 1993
5 18 "1001 Sounds" Solo Performance, Reza Derakshani (Nov. 10, 1993), 1993
5 19 "1001 Sounds" Solo Performance, Zusaan Kali Fasteau (Nov. 9, 1993), 1993
5 20 "1001 Sounds" Solo Instrumental, Hassan Hakmoun (Nov. 9, 1993), 1993
5 21 "1001 Sounds" Solo Instrumental, Tom Hamilton (Nov. 9, 1993), 1993
5 22 "1001 Sounds" Solo Instrumental/Installation, Steve Marsh (Nov. 10, 1993), 1993
(Includes 1 sound cassette)
5 23 "1001 Sounds" Installation/Performance, Elliot Sharp (Nov. 10, 1993), 1993
5 24 "1001 Sounds" Installation/Solo Performance, Carol Szymanski and Ben Neill (Nov. 10, 1993), 1993
5 25 Henry Threadgill (Nov. 11-12, 1993), 1993
(Includes 2 sound cassettes: DAT)
5 26 Alternative Rock, Etc. (Nov. 13-14, 1993), 1993
5 27 Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris (Nov. 11-12, 1993), 1993
5 28 Installation Designer, Thomas Leeser, 1993
5 29 Installation, Tom O'Horgan, 1993
5 30 Installation, Kevin N. Hylton, 1993
5 31 Installation, Roy Crosse, 1991-1993
5 32 "1001 Sounds" Solo Inst./Install., Jamey Haddad and Todd Isler (Nov. 10, 1993), 1993
5 33 Installation, Skip La Plante, 1993
5 34 Installation, Peter Whitney, 1993
5 35 Installation, Christian Marclay - VOID, 1993
5 36 [Susan James] Notes, 1993-1994
5 37 Technical, 1993
5 38 Grants FY93-94, 1993
5 39 Contact Lists, 1993-1994
5 40 Budget, 1993
5 41 Correspondence, 1992-1993
5 42 Mailer and Program, 1993
5 43 Installation Artists and Notes, 1993
5 44 Artist Contracts, 1993
5 45 Publicity, 1993-1994
5 46 Tickets, 1993
5 47 Travel and Accomodations, 1993
5 48 Meeting Minutes and Related, 1993
5 49 Correspondence, 1993
5 50 Photographic Materials, 1993
Box Folder
6 Post-IZUM Moods Music Series (Oct. 31 - Nov. 14, 1993),
6 1-3 Photographic Materials, 1993
(3 folders)
6 4-7 Video Recordings - Dubs, 1993
(4 folders; 10 videocassettes: VHS)
6 8 Video Recordings, 1993
(12 videocassettes: Hi8 housed in Box 36, Shoebox 1)
6 9 Video Recordings, 1993
(19 videocassettes: Hi8 housed in Box 36, Shoebox 2)
6 10 Sound Recordings, 1993
(1 sound disc: DAT, and 1 sound cassette)
6 11-12 Siobhan Liddell (Nov. 20 - Dec. 23, 1993), 1993-1995
(2 folders)
6 13 Robert Tannen (Nov. 20 - Dec. 23, 1993), 1990, 1993
6 14-15 Alternative Music (Jan. 7-8, 1994), 1993-1994
(2 folders)
6 16-17 "Don't Look Now" (Jan. 22 - Feb. 26, 1994) curated by Joshua Decter, 1993-1994
(2 folders)
Box Folder
7 1-5 "Don't Look Now" (Jan. 22 - Feb. 26, 1994)curated by Joshua Decter, 1993-1994
(5 folders; includes 1 videocassette: Hi8, and 2 computer discs: 3.5")
7 6 Meghan Boody, "Play Dead Dead Play" (Jan. 22 - Feb.26, 1994), 1994
7 7 The Kitchenette (Feb. 4-25, 1994), 1994
7 8-11 Leonardo Drew (Mar. 12 - Apr. 23, 1994), 1994
(4 folders)
7 12 Art New York International [Art Fair] (Apr. 28 - May 1, 1994), 1994
7 13-18 April/May Music Series (Apr. 29-30, May 6-9, 1994), 1994-1995
(6 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS tape, and 1 sound disc: CD)
Box Folder
8 1-4 April/May Music Series (Apr. 29-30, May 6-9, 1994), 1994-1995
(4 folders; includes 3 videocassettes: VHS tape)
8 5-6 "Written/Spoken/Drawn in lacanian ink" (May 3-7, 1994), 1993-1994
(2 folders)
8 7-10 Nayland Blake, "The Philosopher's Suite" (May 17 - June 11, 1994), 1991-1994
(4 folders)
8 11 Ellen Driscoll and Nene Humphrey (May 14 - June 11, 1994), 1994
8 12-16 June Music Series (June 15-26, 1994), 1994-1995
(5 folders)
Box Folder
9 1-2 June Music Series (June 15-26, 1994), 1994-1995
(2 folders)
9 3 June Music Series, Commercial Sound Recordings (June 15-26, 1994), 1994
(1 sound disc box set: 2 CDs, and 1 sound cassette)
9 4-8 June Music Series, Video Recordings (June 15-26, 1994), 1994
(5 folders; 13 videocassettes: VHS)
9 9-13 "Crash," Curated by Robert Reynolds and Thomas Zummer (July 7 - Aug. 15, 1994), 1994
(5 folders)
9 14 "Paul and Paik" at The Kitchen Video Annex (July 7 - Aug. 15, 1994), 1994
Box Folder
10 1-3 "Shut Up! Little Man," Directed by Gregg Gibbs (Sept. 8-11, 15-18, 1994), 1994
(3 folders; includes 2 videocassettes: VHS)
10 4 Timothy Leary, "How to Operate Your Brain" (Sept. 22, 1994), 1994
10 5-7 Pieter Schoolwerth, "Astrid's Secret Banana" (Sept. 29 - Oct. 29, 1994), 1994
(3 folders; includes 4 videocassettes: VHS)
10 8 Charles Spurrier (Sept. 29 - Oct. 29, 1994), 1994-1995
10 9 Larry Litt, "Video Golem" (Oct. 1, 1994), 1994
(Includes 1 sound cassette)
10 10 io Literary Magazine Benefit (Nov. 7, 1994), 1994
10 11-12 "Violence and Women: Artists Speak on the Visual Language of Survival" (Nov. 8, 1994), 1993-1995
(2 folders)
10 13-17 "Logo Non Logo," Curated by Robert C. Morgan (Nov. 17 - Dec. 23, 1994), 1982, 1991-1996
(5 folders)
Box Folder
11 1-10 "Logo Non Logo," Curated by Robert C. Morgan (Nov. 17 - Dec. 23, 1994), 1982, 1991-1996
(10 folders)
11 11 Brad Kahlhamer (Nov. 17 - Dec. 23, 1994), 1994
11 12 "Managing Morality Symposium" Benefit for Bill T. Jones (Nov. 28, 1994), 1992-1995
11 13 Marc Strauss Poetry Reading, "One Word" (Dec. 1, 1994), 1994
11 14 Karen Finley, "A Certain Level of Denial" (Jan. 6-8, 1995), 1995
11 15 AmFAR Benefit Exhibition (Jan. 12 - Feb. 11, 1995), 1994-1995
11 16 Peggy Preheim (Jan. 13 - Feb. 11, 1995), 1994-1995
11 17-18 Ellen Driscoll, "Passionate Attitudes" (Feb. 23 - Apr. 8, 1995), 1991-1995
(2 folders)
11 19-20 "Garbage!," Curated by Ellen F. Salpeter and Anne R. Pasternak, General, (Feb. 23 - Apr. 8, 1995), 1994-1995
(2 folders; includes 1 computer disc: 3.5")
Box Folder
12 "Garbage!," Curated by Ellen F. Salpeter and Anne R. Pasternak (Feb. 23 - Apr. 8, 1995),
12 1 Othello Anderson and Fern Shaffer, 1990-1995
12 2 Arman, 1995
12 3 Art Club 2000, 1995
12 4 Gary Bachman, 1994-1995
12 5 Betty Beaumont, 1989-1995
12 6 Ashley Bickerton, 1995
12 7 Bob Braine, 1994-1995
12 8 Michael Bulka, circa 1995
12 9 Mel Chin, 1995
12 10 Meg Cranston, 1994-1995
12 11 Jay Critchley, 1994-1995
12 12 Bob Braine, Mark Dion and Alexis Rockman, 1994-1995
12 13 Mark Dion, 1995
12 14 Nancy Dwyer, 1995
12 15 John Feckner, 1994-1995
12 16 Sophie Fenwick, 1994-1995
12 17 Rainer Ganahl, 1995
12 18 Karin Giusti, 1994-1995
12 19 Hans Haacke, 1995
12 20 Peter Hopkins, 1994-1995
12 21 Ronald Jones, 1995
12 22 Allan Kaprow, circa 1995
12 23 Richard Kostelanetz, 1994-1995
12 24 Vik Muniz, 1994-1995
12 25 Lois Nesbitt, 1992-1995
12 26 Dan Peterman, 1994-1995
12 27 Claes Oldenburg, 1994-1995
12 28 Tim Rollins, 1994-1995
12 29 Stephania Serena, 1994-1995
12 30 Daniel Spoerri, 1995
12 31 Rikrit Tirvanija, 1995
12 32 Mierle Laderman Ukeles, 1995
12 33 Ajencia de Viaje, 1992-1995
12 34 Meyer Vaisman, 1995
12 35 Andy Warhol, circa 1995
12 36 Krzysztof Wodiczko, 1995
12 37 Video Recording, 1995
(1 videocassette: VHS)
12 38 Joseph Beuys Films (Apr. 5-8, 1995), 1991-1995
12 39-40 Urban Bush Women Dance Residency (Apr. 12-22, 1995), 1994-1995
(2 folders; includes 2 sound cassettes)
12 41 "Unglued" (Apr. 26-27, 1995), 1995
12 42-46 "Murder," Curated by John Yau (May 4 - June 10, 1995), 1992-1995
(5 folders; includes 2 sound cassettes)
Box Folder
13 1 Kathleen Kucka (May 4 - June 10, 1995), 1995
13 2 NAAO Panel, "Artists and Attitude (on Art)" (May 19, 1995), 1995
13 3 ST-X Music Performance (May 25, 1995), 1995
13 4-5 Ken Butler (June 20 - July 7, 1995), 1995
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
13 6-8 Sue Rees and Jonathan Bepler, "Automation of Accidental Gestures" (July 12-28, 1995), 1994-1995
(3 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS, and 1 sound cassette)
13 9-10 "Unglued" (Sept. 5-9, 1995), 1995
(2 folders; includes 1 sound cassette, and 2 sound cassettes: DAT)
13 11 Karen Finley (Sept. 5-8, 1995), 1995
13 12 Sussan Deyhim, "Vocodeliks" (Sept. 6, 1995), 1995
(2 videocassettes: VHS and Hi8)
13 13 "Art Matters" Launch Party (Sept. 10-11, 1995), 1995
13 14 James Elaine, "Objects From The Dying Salon" (Sept. 30 - Nov. 9, 1995), 1995-1996
13 15-20 Stefan Roloff, "Pence Springs Resort" (Sept. 30 - Nov. 9, 1995), 1992-1997
(6 folders)
13 21 Darrin Martin, "Ceilings Without Walls" (Kitchenette) (Sept. 30 - Nov. 9, 1995), 1995
Box Folder
14 1 Laurie Shapiro, World Art Benefit (Oct. 6, 1995), 1995
14 2 "The NEA Tapes," Soho Arts Festival (Oct. 6-8, 1995), 1995
14 3 "The Usual Suspects" Bomb Benefit (Oct. 7, 1995), 1995
14 4 Susan Tunick, Lecture: The History of Terra Cotta Buildings in Greenwich Village (Oct. 26, 1995), 1995
14 5 Artist-Voter (Nov. 4, 1995), 1995
14 6-7 Hiroshi Sunairi, Jackie O'Neill, and Alex Bag, "Famous in New York" (Nov. 15, 1995), 1995
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
14 8 Skowhegan Panel, "Digital Directions: New Art or New Packaging?" (Nov. 16, 1995), 1995
14 "Beyond Ars Medica: Treasures from the Mutter Museum" (Nov. 19, 1995 - Jan. 11, 1996),
14 9 Max Aguilera-Hellweg, 1995
14 10 Gwen Atkin/Allan Ludwig, 1995
14 11 Steven Katzman, 1995
14 12 Scott Lindgren, 1995
14 13 Olivia Parker, 1995
14 14 Arne Svenson, 1995
14 15 Joel-Peter Witkin, 1995
14 16 Pedestals/Vitrines, 1995
14 17 Rosamund Purcell, 1995-1996
14 18 List of Artists, 1995-1996
14 19 Support Material, 1994-1996
(Oversized materials housed in Box 38, Folder 1)
14 20-21 Press, 1995-1996
(2 folders; oversized materials housed in Box 38, Folder 2)
14 22 Grey Art Gallery NYU, 1995-1996
14 23 Dia Vitrines, 1996
14 24 Wall Paint and Pedestal Paint, 1995
14 25 Ralph Rugoff Essay, 1995
14 26 Barbara Marie Stafford Essay, 1995-1996
14 27 Attendance, 1995-1996
14 28 Loan Agreements, 1995
14 29 Shelby Lee Adams, 1995
14 30 Correspondence, 1995-1996
14 31 List of Artifacts, 1995
14 32 Cards, 1995
14 33 List of Photographs/Artworks, 1995
14 34 Allan Ludwig Essay, 1995
14 35 Mats for Photographs, 1995
14 36 Catalog - Printing Quotes, 1995
14 37 Shipping, 1995
14 38 Loan Forms From Museum, 1995
14 39 Panel Participants, 1995
(Includes 2 sound cassettes)
14 40 "Beyond Ars Medica: Treasures from the Mutter Museum" and Domenico de Clairo/Romain Pellas, Documentation (Nov. 19, 1995 - Jan. 11, 1996), 1995-1996
14 41-50 Domenico de Clairo and Romain Pellas (Nov. 29, 1995 - Jan. 11, 1996), 1992-1996
(10 folders)
Box Folder
15 1-4 Domenico de Clairo and Romain Pellas (Nov. 29, 1995 - Jan. 11, 1996), 1992-1996
(4 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
15 5 Domenico de Clairo, Solstice Performance (Dec. 21-22, 1995), 1995
15 6-7 Shawn Stewart Ruff and Chabliss Giobbi, "The Idealist: An Opera in Progress" (Jan. 16-27, 1996), 1995-1996
(2 folders)
15 8 "The News" [Inaugural Issue], 1996
15 9-12 Dawn Dedeaux, "Free to Kill" (Feb. 8 - Mar. 16, 1996), 1992-1996
(4 folders)
15 13-17 Brett Cook-Dizney and Doug Argue (Feb. 8 - Mar. 12, 1996), 1994-1996
(5 folders)
15 "Offerings," Curated by Samantha Tsao (Mar. 29 - Apr. 27, 1996),
15 18 General, 1996
15 19 Elena Berriolo, 1996
15 20 John Corbin, 1996
15 21 Peter Guthrie, 1994-1996
15 22 Pieter Schoolwerth, 1996
15 23 Elaine Tin Nyo, 1996
(Includes 2 computer discs: 3.5")
15 24 Christopher Whittey, 1996
15 25 Ricardo Zulueta, 1996
15 26 "The Making of Painted Strokes: Incestuous" by Carter Kustera and Tiong Ang; "Offerings" Slides (Mar. 29 - Apr. 27, 1996), 1996
Box Folder
16 1-7 "The Making of Painted Strokes: Incestuous" by Carter Kustera and Tiong Ang (Mar. 29 - Apr. 27, 1996), 1992-1996
(7 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
16 8 New School Symposium, "Life, Sex and Death in the Digital Age" (Apr. 9-23, 1996), 1994-1996
16 9-11 SCRATCH Spring Benefit (May 2, 1996), 1996
(3 folders)
16 12-20 "Shred Sled Symposium," Curated by Aaron Rose (May 11 - June 15, 1996), 1995-1996
(9 folders)
16 21 "Shred Sled Symposium"and "Do You See What I See?" Photographic Materials (May 11 - June 15, 1996), 1996
16 22-23 "Do You See What I See?" Curated by ABACA Students (May 11 - June 15, 1996), 1996
(2 folders)
16 24 The Kitchenette, ["Music in 12 Parts"], 1996
16 25 Readers and Writers Festival (RAW)/Soho Arts Festival (May 17-19, 1996), 1996
16 26-28 Kate Robin and Tim Cunningham, "Bride Stripped Bare" (June 22 - July 12, 1996), 1993-1996
(3 folders)
16 29 Jon Bepler and Sue Rees, "Incidents With Automatic Orchestra" (July 18-26, 1996), 1995-1996
16 30 3 Wave Benefit (July 31, 1996), 1996
16 31 CMJ Music Festival (Sept. 4, 1996), 1996
16 32-35 Henry Buhl, "Collection in Context" (Sept. 7 - Oct. 19, 1996), 1995-1998
(4 folders)
Box Folder
17 1-10 Henry Buhl, "Collection in Context" (Sept. 7 - Oct. 19, 1996), 1995-1998
(10 folders)
17 11-15 Anne Chadwick, "Vegetable House" (Sept. 7 - Oct. 19, 1996), 1996
(5 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
17 16 "Ambient Night" (Oct. 25, 1996), 1996
17 17-22 Gail Gilbert, "An Unmeasurable Distance" (Oct. 26 - Nov. 3, 1996), 1996
(6 folders)
17 23 Election Night Vigil (Nov. 5, 1996), 1996
17 "Famous in New York II" (Nov. 6, 1996),
17 24 Lou Acierno, 1996
17 25 Dahn Hiuni, 1996
17 26 Alyson Pou, 1996
17 27-28 Artwork Documentation, 1996
(2 folders; includes 3 videocassettes: VHS)
17 29 Correspondence, 1996
17 30 Press, 1996
17 31 Card, 1993-1996
17 32 Little Red School House Benefit (Nov. 7-10, 1996), 1996
17 33-39 ST-X Ensemble Xenakis USA (Nov. 14, 1996), 1993-1997
(7 folders; includes 5 sound discs: CD)
Box Folder
18 1-7 Arturo Herrera and Carla Preiss (Nov. 21 - Dec. 21, 1996), 1993-1998
(7 folders)
18 8 Arturo Herrera and Carla Preiss; "Romper Room," Photographic Materials (Nov. 21 - Dec. 21, 1996), 1996
18 "Romper Room," Curated by Danielle Chang (Nov. 21 - Dec. 21, 1996),
18 9 Checklists, 1996
18 10 Returns of Work, 1997
18 11 Card, 1993-1996
18 12 Taro Chiezo, 1996
18 13 Catalog, 1996-1997
18 14 Gary Bachman, 1996
18 15 Press Release, 1996
18 16 Press Lists, 1996
18 17 Shipping, 1996
18 18-23 S.E.M. Ensemble (Dec. 22, 1996), 1996
(6 folders; includes 1 sound disc: CD)
18 24-29 Ed Rath, "New Paintings" (Jan. 9 - Feb. 1, 1997), 1997
(6 folders)
18 30 The Kitchen Mailings, 1994-1995
18 31 Kitchenette Season 1996/1997, 1996
18 32 Kitchenette Miscellaneous Programming, 1995-1996
18 33 Kitchenette Video, 1993-1995
18 34 Ruth Kahn, "Want Drugs Want Food" (Jan. 9 - Feb. 1, 1997), 1996-1997
18 "European Comics: Another Image" (Jan. 9 - Feb. 1, 1997),
18 35 Invoice to French Embassy, 1996-1997
18 36 Attendance, 1997
18 37 Press Release - French Embassy, 1997
18 38 Correspondence, 1996-1997
18 39 Invitations, circa 1990s
18 40 Computer Rental, 1997
18 41 Cardboard Furniture, 1996
18 42 Photos of Washington, D.C., circa 1997
18 43 Freight, 1997
18 44 Film Festival, 1997
18 45 Peter Kuper, 1997
18 46 Howard Cruse, 1997
18 47 Hotel, 1996-1997
18 48 GalleryBeat TeleVision, 1997
18 49 Press, 1997
18 50 Card and Slides, 1997
18 51 TWS's Press Release, 1996-1997
18 52 Project Info, 1996
18 53 Artist Info From Services Cultural, 1997
18 54 Press Requests, 1996-1997
18 55 Press Kits, 1996-1997
18 56 Art Spiegelman, 1997
18 57-62 "Poets on Exhibit (Spoken Word)" (Feb. 6, 1997), 1996-1997
(6 folders)
18 63 Justin Bua (Feb. 20 - Mar. 15, 1997), 1997
18 64 Erik Sanko, "We've Never Been Out of the House and We're All Doing Fine" (Feb. 20 - Mar. 15, 1997), 1997
18 65 Marguerite Kahrl, "Magnetic Oracles" (Feb. 20 - Mar. 15, 1997), 1996-1997
18 66 Photographic Materials for "Elsewhere," "Magnetic Oracle" (Marguerite Kahri), "We Never Leave" (Erik Sanko), and Justin Bua (Feb. 20 - Mar. 15, 1997), 1997
18 67 Miami Arts Project, 1997-1998
Box Folder
19 1-12 "Elsewhere" (Feb. 20 - Mar. 15, 1997), 1994-1997
(12 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
19 13 Memorial Service for Guillaume Gallozi (Mar. 23, 1997), 1997
19 14-18 Patricia Winter, "The Buzzing of Insects and Body Check" (Apr. 3-5, 1997), 1996-1997
(5 folders)
19 19-32 "Drummin': A Work in Progress" (Apr. 26-27, 1997), 1996-1997
(14 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
19 33-56 Bingo Annual Benefit (May 2-3, 1997), 1997
(24 folders)
Box Folder
20 "Celluloid Cave," Curated by Dara Friedman (May 10 - July 2, 1997),
20 1 Slides, 1997
20 2 Possible Travel Venues/Budgets, 1997
20 3 Essay Questions and Responses - Lisa Young, 1997
20 4 General Info, 1997
20 5 Correspondence, 1996-1997
20 6 Poster, 1997-1998
20 7 Mailing Lists, 1997
20 8 Press, 1997
20 9 Insurance Claim, 1997-1998
20 10 Press Info, 1997
20 11 Attendance, 1997
20 12 Miscellaneous, 1997
20 13 Marijke van Warmerdam, 1997
20 14 Liisa Roberts, 1997
20 15 Tacita Dean, 1997
20 16 General Correspondence, 1997
20 17 Rental Equipment, 1997
20 18 Loan Agreements, 1997
20 19 Installations, 1997
20 20 Artists Bios, 1993-1997
20 21 Xerox of Sign-In Book, 1997
20 22 Venue Possibilities, 1994, 1997
20 23 Video Recordings (May 10 - July 2, 1997), circa 1994, 1996
(2 videocassettes: VHS)
20 24 The Builders Association, "Imperial Motel (Faust)", 1996
(2 videocassettes: VHS)
20 "You Should Know Better," Curated by Samantha Tsao (May 10 - July 2, 1997), 1997
20 25 Robert Beck, 1997
20 26 Richard Erickson, 1997
20 27 Card, 1997
20 28 Christopher Verene, 1997
20 29 Press Release, 1997
20 30 Loan Forms, 1997
20 31 Press, 1997
20 32 Price Lists, 1997
20 33 Checklists, 1997
20 34 Correspondence, 1997
20 35 "Special Report on Roisin McAliskey" (June 4, 1997), 1997
20 36-41 Mark Fox and Tony Luensman, "STAIN: Unconsummate Acts" (June 11-12, 1997), 1996-1997
(6 folders)
20 42 Charlotta Jenssen, "BrainThang" (June 13, 1997), 1997
(Includes 2 computer discs: 3.5")
20 43 Minority Task Force on AIDS Benefit, "Hinds' Feet in High Places" (July 25, 1997), 1997
20 44 The School of Visual Arts MFA Photography Exhibition (July 28 - Aug. 15, 1997), 1997
20 45 Downtown Arts Festival (Sept. 11-21, 1997), 1997
20 46-48 CMJ Music Festival (Sept. 3, 5, 1997), 1997
(3 folders)
20 "Ascent of Western Civilization," Curated by Michael Azerrad (Sept. 13 - Nov. 1, 1997), 1997
20 49 Invitation and Slides, 1997
20 50 Zine, 1997
20 51 Press Release, 1997
20 52 Correspondence with Michael Azerrad, circa 1980-1983, 1996-1997
20 53 Press and Other, 1997-1998
20 54 Ads, 1997
(Includes 3 computer discs: 3.5")
Box Folder
21 "Ascent of Western Civilization," Curated by Michael Azerrad (Sept. 13 - Nov. 1, 1997),
21 1 Video Info, 1997
21 2 Book Info, 1996-1997
21 3 Working File: Artists, 1997
21 4 Fugazi/MTV Video Release Fax, 1997
21 5 Contracts, 1996
21 6 Video Lists From Exhibits, 1997
21 7 Images for Website, 1997
(3 computer discs: 3.5")
21 8 Advertising Specs, 1997
21 9 Solicitation List and Letters, 1997
21 10 Zine Ads, 1997
21 11 Zine Draft, 1997
21 12 Photographs - Nicholas McIntosh, 1997
21 13 Photographs - Lindsay Brice, 1991, 1997
21 14-18 Loan Agreements, 1997
(5 folders)
21 19 [Exhibition Materials?], 1980s-1990s
(Oversized materials housed in Box 38, Folder 3)
21 20 Video Recordings, 1997
(2 videocassettes: VHS)
21 21 Books, 1997
21 22 Stephanie Chernikowski, 1997
21 23 Original Notes, 1995-1997
21 24 Listings, 1997
21 25 Lindsay Brice, 1997
21 26 Listening Station List, 1997
21 27 Record Label Info, 1995-1997
21 28 Correspondence with Michael Azerrad re: Artists, 1997
21 29 Attendance, 1997
21 30 Michael Azerrad's Mailing List, 1997
21 31 Video, 1997
21 32 Zines, 1997
21 33 General, 1997
21 34 Zine - General, 1997
21 35-42 "Mekons United" (Sept. 13 - Nov. 1, 1997), 1995-1997
(8 folders; includes 2 videocassettes: VHS)
21 43 Exit Art/The First World, "Public Notice" (Oct. 4 - Nov. 30, 1997), 1997
21 44 ArtStart's Benefit for Thread Waxing Space (Oct. 16, 1997), 1997
21 45 James Schneider, "Blue is Beautiful," "The Staticose Chamber" and "Oasis" (Oct. 30, 1997), 1997
21 46 Maja (Nov. 1, 1997), 1997
Box Folder
22 1-10 S.E.M. Ensemble, "Many, Many Women" (Nov. 8, 1997), 1993-1997
(10 folders; includes 2 sound cassettes and 2 sound discs: CD)
22 11 Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies (LACPS) Photo Arts Annual, 1996-1997
22 12-19 "Famous in New York III" (Nov. 12, 1997), 1997
(8 folders)
22 20-23 Little Red School House Benefit and Exhibition (Nov. 13-16, 1997), 1997
(4 folders; oversized materials housed in Box 38, Folder 4)
22 24-49 The Builders Association, "Jump Cut (Faust)" (Dec. 3-20, 1997), 1996-1997
(26 folders)
22 50-64 "Lo-Fi Baroque," Curated by Michael Sarff and Carol Stakenas (Jan. 10 - Feb. 14, 1998), 1998
(15 folders)
22 65 "Love Songs, Nothing But Love Songs" (Feb. 14, 1998), 1998
22 66 Threads of History (Jan. 10 - Feb. 14, 1998), 1997-1998
22 67 Photographic Materials for "Looking Glass House" and "Lo-Fi Baroque" (Jan. 10 - Feb. 14, 1998), 1998
22 68-71 Cadence Giersbach, "Looking Glass House" (Jan. 10 - Feb. 14, 1998), 1997-1998
(4 folders)
22 72 Union Settlement Junior Committee Benefit (Feb. 21, 1998), 1997-1998
22 "Sanctuary: A Spiritual Music Festival"(Feb. 23-27, 1998),
22 73 Contracts, 1997-1998
22 74 Programs and Cards, 1998
22 75 Reservations, 1998
22 76 General, circa 1998
22 77 Listings, 1998
22 78 Pablo Iglesias, 1998
22 79 Meeting Notes, 1997
22 80 Keith Jones' Correspondence, 1998
22 81 Tickets, 1998
22 82 Press Release, 1998
22 83 Press Clips, 1998
22 84 Gospel - Dave Soldier Resume, 1996-circa 1998
22 85 Miscellaneous, 1997-1998
22 86 Institutional Radio Choir, 1998
22 87 Emilio Barreto and Los Afortunados, 1998
22 88 Gamelon Son of Lion, 1998
22 89 The Danielson Family, 1998
22 90 Reza DeRakshani, 1998
(Includes 1 sound cassette)
22 91 La Troupe Makandal, 1998
22 92 Ancient Vibrations Groundation, 1998
Box Folder
23 "Sanctuary: A Spiritual Music Festival" (Feb. 23-27, 1998),
23 1 Press, 1998
23 2 Contacts, 1997-1998
23 3 Installation, 1998
23 4 Photographic Materials, 1998
23 5 Sound and Video Recordings, 1998
(1 videocassette: VHS, and 1 sound cassette)
23 6-30 "Archigram: Experimental Architecture 1961-1974" (Mar. 12 - May 9, 1998), 1997-2000
(25 folders; includes 8 videocassettes: VHS, and 1 sound cassette)
Box Folder
24 1-47 "Archigram: Experimental Architecture 1961-1974," (Mar. 12 - May 9, 1998), 1997-2000
(47 folders)
24 "Spectacular Optical" (May 28 - July 2, 1998),
24 48 Description, 1998
24 49 Publicity, 1998
24 50 Possible Artists, 1997-1998
24 51 Article by Lia Gangitano, circa 1998
Box Folder
25 "Spectacular Optical" (May 28 - July 2, 1998),
25 1 Attendance, 1998
25 2 Budget, 1998
25 3 MOCA Miami, Shipping, 1998-1999
25 4-5 Transart, circa 1998
(2 folders)
25 6 Packing Info, circa 1999
25 7-10 CU Art Galleries, 1998-1999
(4 folders)
25 11 Return Shipping, 1999
25 12 Checklist, circa 1998
25 13 Correspondence, 1998
25 14 Krane Correspondence, 1998-1999
25 15 Haverford Systems, 1998
25 16-19 Loans, 1998
(4 folders)
25 20 Passim, 1997-1998
25 21 Artist Contracts, 1998
25 22 Lutz Bacher, 1998-1999
25 23 Jeremy Blake, 1997-1998
25 24 John Brattin, 1998
25 25 Lygia Clark, 1997-1998
25 26 Bonnie Collura, 1998-1999
25 27 Gregory Crewdson, 1995-1998
25 28 Bryan Crockett, 1998
25 29 Keith Edmir, 1998
25 30 Jason Fox, 1997-1998
25 31 Julien Laverdiere, 1997-1998
25 32 Miranda Lichtenstein, 1998
25 33 Charles Long, 1998
25 34 Greg Lynn, 1997-1999
25 35 Fabian Marcaccio, 1998
25 36 Mariko Mori, 1997-1998
25 37 Tony Oursler, 1998
25 38 Laura Parnes, 1998
25 39 Randall Peacock, 1998
25 40 Jose Antonio Hernandez Diez, 1998
25 41 Alexis Rockman, 1998
25 42 Alexander Ross, 1998
25 43 Jana Sterbak, 1990-1998
25 44 Shellburne Thurber, 1997-1998
25 45 Jane and Louise Wilson, 1997-1998
25 46 Luisa Lambri, 1998
25 47 Fern Bayer, 1997-1998
25 48 Photographic Materials, 1998
Box Folder
26 "Spectacular Optical" (May 28 - July 2, 1998),
26 1-5 ("The Strange Objects of David Cronenberg's Desire"), 1997-1999
(5 folders)
26 6 Cinematheque Ontario, 1997
26 7-8 Correspondence, 1997-1999
(2 folders)
26 9 Bios, circa 1997
26 10 Tour Info, 1996-1999
26 11 Listings, 1998
26 12 MOCA Miami, 1998
26 13 COCA, 1998
26 14 CU Art Galleries, 1998-1999
26 15 Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro re: Lygia Clark, 1998
26 16 Catalog Printing Quotes, 1998
26 17 Press Cuttings/Relevant Articles, circa 1998-1999
26 18 Press Release, 1998
26 19 D.C. Interview, 1998
26 20-21 Press, 1998-1999
(2 folders)
26 22 Advance Press, 1998
26 23 Trans>, 1998
(Includes 1 sound disc: CD)
26 24 Copy of Guest Sign-In Book [CU Art Galleries?], circa 1998-1999
26 25 Postcards, 1998
26 26 Travel Kits, 1998
26 27 MOCA Miami, 1998
26 28 Fed Ex Declarations, 1998
26 29-31 Video Recordings, 1990s
(3 folders; 9 videocassettes: VHS)
26 32-38 "Scout," Curated by Eileen Myles (June 2, 1998), 1998
(7 folders)
26 39 Third Wave Foundation Benefit (July 29, 1998), 1998
Box Folder
27 1-41 "Beck & Al Hansen: Playing With Matches," Curated by Wayne Baerwaldt (Sept. 15 - Oct. 24, 1998), 1997-2000
(41 folders; includes 3 videodiscs: Mini-DV, and 1 sound cassette: DAT)
27 42-51 Virgil Marti, "Hot Tub" (Sept. 16 - Oct. 24, 1998), 1992-1998
(10 folders)
Box Folder
28 1 The Rotunda Gallery, "Interpreting" (Sept. 16 - Oct. 24, 1998), 1998
28 2-9 "Scout," Curated by Eileen Myles (Oct. 6, 1998), 1998
(8 folders)
28 10-13 Primal Publishing, "Words & Moving Pictures" (Nov. 3, 1998), 1998
(4 folders)
28 14-19 CMJ Fall Music Festival (Nov. 4, 6-7, 1998), 1998
(6 folders; includes 1 sound disc: CD)
28 20-29 "The Failure to Assimilate: The Video Works of Cecilia Dougherty" (Nov. 13-15, 1998), 1998
(10 folders; includes 1 computer disc: 3.5")
28 "Message to Pretty," Curated by Lia Gangitano (Nov. 21 - Dec. 19, 1998),
28 30 Desk Binder Content, 1998
28 31 Carrie Moyer, 1997-1998
28 32 Catalog, 1998
(Includes 1 computer disc: 3.5")
28 33 Shipping, 1998-1999
28 34 Listings, 1998
28 35 Checklist, 1998-1999
28 36 Invitations, 1998
28 37 Enoc Perez, 1998
28 38 Jens Fange, 1998
28 39 Helen Sadler, 1998
28 40 Sadie Benning, 1998
28 41 Michael Lazarus, 1998
28 42 Chris Kysor, 1997-1998
28 43 Randy Wray, 1994, 1998
28 44 Loan Agreements, 1998
28 45 Installation Information, 1998
28 46 [Catalog?], circa 1998
(Includes 1 computer disc: 3.5")
28 47 Photographic Materials, 1998
28 48-55 Annelies Strba, "Shades of Time" (Nov. 21 - Dec. 23, 1998), 1997-1999
(8 folders)
28 56-59 Boaz Barkan, "Symptom" (Dec. 15, 1998), 1998
(4 folders)
28 60-69 Rafael Sanchez, "The Libation Bearers" (Jan. 8-10, 13-17, 1999), 1998-2001
(10 folders)
28 70-72 Barbara Pollack, "The Family of Men" (Jan. 28 - Mar. 6, 1999), 1998-2000
(3 folders)
Box Folder
29 1-13 Barbara Pollack, "The Family of Men" (Jan. 28 - Mar. 6, 1999), 1997-2000
(13 folders)
29 14-24 Luther Price, "Imitation of Life" (Jan. 28 - Mar. 6, 1999), 1998-2000
(11 folders)
29 25 Little Red School House Benefit Auction (Mar. 11-14, 1999), 1998-1999
29 "Conceptual Art as Neurobiological Praxis," Curated by Warren Neidich (Mar. 25 - May 1, 1999),
29 26 Neidich NY Arts Interview, 1999
29 27 Latest Proposal, Nov. 3, 1998, 1998
29 28 Vinyl, 1999
29 29 Warren's Notes on Steven Holl, 1998-1999
29 30 Card Text, 1999
29 31 Installment Information, 1999
29 32 Invitations, 1999
29 33 General Info, 1998-1999
29 34 New School Info, 1998-1999
29 35 Neidich Contract, 1998
29 36 Budget, 1998
29 37 Shipping, 1998-1999
29 38 Returned Shipping Forms, 1999
29 39 Returns, 1999
29 40 Artist Interview, 1999
29 41 Fundraising, 1998
29 42 Listings, 1999
29 43 Artist Book, circa 1999
29 44 Press, 1999
29 45 Neidich Bio, 1997-1999
29 46 Slides of Works in Show, 1999
29 47 Uta Barth, 1999
29 48 Sam Durant, 1999
29 49 Eric Duyckaerts, 1999
29 50 Spencer Finch, 1998-1999
29 51 Carl Fudge, 1999
29 52 Rainer Ganahl, 1999
29 53 Liam Gillick, 1999
29 54 Bios and Background Information, circa 1999
29 55 Panel Listings, 1999
29 56 Press Release, 1999
29 57 Douglas Gordon, 1999
29 58 Jason Rhoades, 1999
29 59 Grennan & Sperandio, 1999
29 60 Miscellaneous, 1999
29 61 Cocktail Reception, 1998
29 62 Loan Forms, 1999
29 63 Notes, circa 1998-1999
Box Folder
30 "Conceptual Art as Neurobiological Praxis," Curated by Warren Neidich (Mar. 25 - May 1, 1999),
30 1 Ricci Albenda, 1999
30 2 Beom Kim, circa 1999
30 3 Anne Kugler, 1999
30 4 Ann Lislegaard, circa 1999
30 5 T. Kelly Mason, 1999
30 6 Jack Pierson, 1999
30 7 Matthew Ritchie, 1999
30 8 Andrea Robbins, circa 1999
30 9 Jonathan Horowitz, 1998-1999
30 10 Thomas Ruff, 1998
30 11 Charline von Heyl, 1999
30 12 Elin Wikstrom, 1999
30 13 Photographic Materials, 1999
30 14-28 "Dragons on the Wall: A Work in Progress" (May 2, 13-15, 1999), circa 1994-1999
(15 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
30 29-30 Threads of History (May 26 - June 19, 1999), 1999
(2 folders)
30 "After the Gold Rush," Curated by Lia Gangitano and Joseph Wolin (May 26 - July 1, 1999),
30 31 Deinstallation, 1999
30 32 Performances, 1999
30 33 Kaucyila Brooke, 1996-1999
30 34 Anthony Burdin, 1999
30 35 Mark Grotjahn, 1998-1999
30 36 Shane Hassett, 1998-1999
30 37 Cameron Jamie, 1999
30 38 Clifford LeCuyer, 1999
30 39 Susan Lutz, 1997-1999
30 40 Georgia Metz, 1999
30 41 Yunhee Min, 1999
30 42 Dave Muller, 1997-1999
30 43 Kori Newkirk, 1999
30 44 Elizabeth Saveri, 1999
30 45 Ruben Ortiz Torres, 1999
30 46 Shirley Tse, 1999
30 47 Pae White, 1995, 1999
30 48 General Information, 1996-1999
30 49 Trip to L.A., 1998-1999
30 50 L.A. Performers, 1997-1999
30 51 Press, 1999
30 52 Announcement Cards, 1999
30 53 Press Release, 1999
30 54 Listings, 1999
30 55 L.A. Signage, 1999
30 56 L.A. Show ArtForum Ad, 1999
30 57 Anthony DiMaggio Review, 1999
30 58 Loan Forms, 1999
30 59 Checklist, 1999
30 60 Hunter's File, 1999
30 61 Rejects - L.A., 1999
30 62 Shipping Forms for Returns, 1999
Box Folder
31 "After the Gold Rush," Curated by Lia Gangitano and Joseph Wolin (May 26 - July 1, 1999),
31 1 Photographic Materials, 1999
31 2 Dave Muller and Anthony Burdin, "Scum Invasion" (May 26 - July 1, 1999), 1999
31 3 "Scout," Curated by Eileen Myles (June 2, 1999), 1998-1999
31 4 School of Visual Arts Graduate Thesis Exhibition (July 17-30, 1999), 1999
31 5-10 "My Eye Hurts," Curated by David Mackintosh (Sept. 12, 1999), 1996-1999
(6 folders; includes 2 sound discs: 45rpm vinyl and CD)
31 11-13 Jimmy Raskin, "Why must we draw the tightrope walker this way?" (Sept. 14, 1999), 1999
(3 folders)
31 14 Time Out Student Guide Internship Article ["Foul Play" and Jimmy Raskin Printing] (Fall 1999), 1999
31 15-17 CMJ Fall Music Festival (Sept. 15-18, 1999), 1999
(3 folders)
31 "Foul Play," Curated by Cheryl Kaplan and Asia Ingalls (Sept. 30 - Nov. 20, 1999),
31 18-20 Administrative File, 1999-2000
(3 folders)
31 21 Shipping, 1999-2000
31 22 Completed Loan Forms, 1999
31 23 Matthew Antezzo, 1999
31 24 Ida Applebroog, 1999
31 25 Beth B, 1999
31 26 Erica Baum, 1999
31 27 Anne Gardiner, 1999
31 28 Victor Burgin, 1999
(Includes 1 computer disc: ZIP)
31 29 Anthony James, 1999
31 30 Proposal, 1999
31 31 Jun Iseyama, 1999
31 32 Birgit Jurgenssen and Catherine Opie, 1999
31 33 Michelle Lopez, 1999
31 34 Catherine Opie, 1999
31 35 Fabio Mauri, 1999
31 36 Andrea Pesendorfer, 1999
31 37 Carol Rama, 1999
31 38 Blake Rayne, 1999
31 39 Nigel Rolfe, 1999
31 40 Jeff Wall, 1999
31 41 Collier Schorr, 1999
31 42 Lawrence Weiner, 1999
31 43 Contemporary Visual Arts Preview, 1999
31 44 Press, 1999
31 45 Press Release, 1999
31 46 Budget, 1999
31 47 Checklist, 1999
31 48 General Information, 1997-1999
(Includes 1 computer disc: ZIP)
31 49 Jeff Wall Condition Report, 1999
31 50 Photographic Materials for "Foul Play" and "Apeshit v3" (Sept. 30 - Nov. 20, 1999), 1999
31 51-57 Leah Gilliam, "Apeshit v3" (Sept. 30 - Nov. 20, 1999), 1999-2000
(7 folders)
31 58 Ruth Verde Zein, "Brasilia Dream" (Oct. 3, 1999), 1999
31 59 "Scout," Curated by Eileen Myles (Nov. 2, 1999), 1999
31 60 "Scout," Curated by Eileen Myles (Nov. 2, 1999, Feb. 16, 2000, May 30, 2000), 1999-2000
Box Folder
32 1 Reclame (Nov. 18, 1999), 1999
32 2 Jeri Cain Rossi, "Red Wine Moan" (Nov. 23, 1999), 1999
(Includes 1 sound cassette)
32 3 Brooklyn Art Museum Response to Mayor Guliani, 1999
32 4-12 Boaz Barkan, "Symptoms of Origin: A Chain of Dances" (Dec. 1999 - Apr. 2000), 1999-2001
(9 folders; includes 1 computer disc: ZIP)
32 "Mr. Fascination," Curated by Lia Gangitano (Dec. 2, 1999 - Jan. 15, 2000),
32 13 Trans> Catalog, 1999
32 14 General Information, 1999-2000
32 15 Photographic Materials, 1998-1999
32 16 Listings, 1999
32 17 Checklist, 1999
32 18 Administrative File, circa 1999-2001
32 19 Press, 2000
32 20 Panel, 1999-2000
32 21 Shipping, 1999-2000
32 22 Film, 1999
32 23 Ellen Cantor, 1999
32 24 Erik Hanson, 1999
32 25 Ineborg Lusher (Ying-bo), 1999
32 26 Loan Forms, 1999
32 27 James Dawson Hollis, 1999
32 28 Dana Hoey, 1997, 1999
32 29 Sharon Lockhart, 1999
32 30 Robert Marshall, 1998-circa 1999
32 31 Joshua Smith, 1999
32 32 Dan Torop, circa 1999
32 33 Jochen Klein, 1999
32 34 Suara Welitoff, 1999
32 35 Virginia Nimarkoh, 1999
32 36 Martin Gustavsson, 1999
32 37 Alexei Hay and Justine Parsons, 1999
32 38-43 Maura Jasper, "Karaoke Project" (Dec. 2, 1999 - Jan. 15, 2000), 1999-2000
(6 folders)
32 44-48 Phillip Virus, "The Virus Has Been Spread" (Jan. 20-22, 2000), 1996-2000
(5 folders; includes 1 sound disc: CD, and 1 videocassette: VHS)
32 49 Alex Rivera, "Tijuana 2000 AD," Curated by Erika Dalya Muhammad [Proposal], 1998-1999
32 50-52 Gregory Coates, "To Be Distributed" (Feb. 1 - Mar. 4, 2000), 1994-2000
(3 folders)
Box Folder
33 1-4 Gregory Coates, "To Be Distributed" and Sheila Pepe, "Josephine" (Feb. 1 - Mar. 4, 2000), 2000
(4 folders)
33 5-7 Sheila Pepe, "Josephine" (Feb. 1 - Mar. 4, 2000), 1999-2000
(3 folders)
33 8 "Scout," Curated by Eileen Myles (Feb. 16, 2000), 1999-2000
33 9 Art For All Ages (Mar. 8, 2000), circa 2000
33 10-13 Steve Reinke, Curated by Tom Folland and Josephine Wolin (Mar. 10-12, 2000), 2000
(4 folders)
33 "Achieving Failure: Gym Culture 2000," Curated by Bill Arning (Mar. 24 - Apr. 29, 2000),
33 14 Returned Loan Forms, 2000
33 15-16 Miscellaneous, 2000
(2 folders)
33 17 Linda Nishio, 2000
33 18 Gabriel Martinez, 2000
33 19 Elizabeth Stephens, 1999-2000
33 20 Cleveland-NY Returns, 2000
33 21 Kopp & Kordansky Claim, 2000
33 22 Tom Cole, 1999-2000
33 23 Installation Instructions, 2000
33 24 Correspondence, 2000
33 25 Shipping, 2000
33 26 Cleveland, 1999-2000
33 27 Video, 2000
33 28 Cleveland Loan Addendums, 2000
33 29 Artists Bios, circa 2000
33 30 Benefit, Ted, Inc. Contract, 2000
33 31 Let Me Hear Your Body Talk Benefit, 2000
33 32 Benefit Committee, 2000
33 33 Loan Addendums, 2000
33 34 Crunch Loan Forms, 2000
33 35 Bill Arning/Joel Sanders Bios, 2000
33 36 Tour, 1999-2000
33 37 Press, 2000
33 38 Printed Materials, 2000
33 39 Tour/Press Slides, 2000
33 40 Completed Loan Form/Invites To Be Sent Out, 2000
33 41 Discussions at The New School, 2000
33 42 Catalog, 1999-2000
(Includes 1 computer disc: 3.5")
33 43 George Spencer, 2000
33 44 Press Release, 2000
33 45 Contacts, 1999
33 46 Slides, 2000
33 47 Digital Print Color Copies, 2000
33 48 Do Something (May 10, 2000), 2000
33 49-52 "Catherine Opie: Large Format Polaroids" (May 12 - June 10, 2000), 1999-2000
(4 folders)
Box Folder
34 1-10 "Catherine Opie: Large Format Polaroids" (May 12 - June 10, 2000), 1999-2000
(10 folders; includes 2 sound cassettes)
34 11 Marc Strauss Reading [Proposal], 2000
34 12-16 "Our Wandering Thoughts" (June 13-24, 2000), 2000
(5 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
34 17-18 Expanded Art Ideas (June 13-24, 2000), 2000
(2 folders; includes 1 computer disc: ZIP)
34 19 Verner Panton Exhibition [Proposed], 1998-2000
34 20 Yaddo Centennial Celebration, John Kelly, "Chronicles of a Performance Artist" (June 15, 2000), circa 2000
(1 sound cassette)
34 21-22 Yaddo Centennial Celebration, William Pope L., "Eracism" (June 15, 2000), 2000
(2 folders; includes 1 videocassette: VHS)
34 23 Yaddo Centennial Celebration, Miscellaneous (June 15, 2000), 1999-2000
34 24-31 "The Life Casts of Cynthia Plaster Caster" (June 28 - July 29, 2000), 2000
(8 folders; includes 1 computer disc: 3.5")
34 32 School of Visual Arts (Aug. 7-23, 2000), 2000
34 33 Borre Saethre, "Module for Mood" (Sept. 9 - Oct. 12, 2000), 2000
34 34 "Lovett/Codagnone: Play" (Sept. 9 - Oct. 12, 2000), 2000
34 35 "Scout," Curated by Eileen Myles (Oct. 3, 2000), 2000
Box Folder
35 1 CMJ Fall Music Festival (Oct. 19-22, 2000), 2000
35 2 "Death Race 2000," Slides (Dec. 2, 2000 - Jan. 13, 2001), 2000-2001
35 3 "Research Architecture" (Feb. 9 - Mar. 17, 2001), 2001
35 4 Sigalit Landau (May 3 - June 9, 2001), 2001
Box Folder
36 1 Post-IZUM Moods Music Series, Video Recordings, 1993
(12 videocassettes: Hi8 from Box 6, Folder 9)
36 2 Post-IZUM Moods Music Series, Video Recordings, 1993
(19 videocassettes: Hi8 from Box 6, Folder 10)
Box Folder
37 (hol) 1-13 Restricted Folders
(13 folders)
Box Folder
38 (sol) 1 "Beyond Ars Medica: Treasures from the Mutter Museum," Oversized Support Material (Nov. 19, 1995 - Jan. 11, 1996), 1994-1996
(Oversized materials from Box 14, Folder 19)
38 (sol) 2 "Beyond Ars Medica: Treasures from the Mutter Museum," Press (Nov. 19, 1995 - Jan. 11, 1996), 1995-1996
(Oversized materials from Box 14, Folder 21)
38 (sol) 3 "Ascent of Western Civilization," Curated by Michael Azerrad, [Exhibition Materials?] (Sept. 13 - Nov. 1, 1997), 1980s-1990s
(Oversized materials from Box 21, Folder 19)
38 (sol) 4 Little Red School House Benefit and Exhibition, Posters (Nov. 13-16, 1997), 1997
(Oversized materials from Box 22, Folder 20)

Series 2: Research Files, 1993-2000
(Box 35; 8 folders)

Research Files contains a handful of folders housing materials such as artists' biographies, photographs, slides, scattered correspondence, and printed materials about artists and exhibitions. In some cases the gallery appears to have compiled the information, while in other cases it appears that the artist has sent information to the gallery.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by last name; general research is filed at the end of the series.

Box Folder
35 5 Bamber, Judie, mid-1990s
35 6 Castronova, Joseph, circa 1998
35 7 Kelly, John, 2000
35 8 Majoli, Monica, 1993-1995
35 9 Mayerson, Keith, 1994
35 10 Peyton, Elizabeth, circa 1997
35 11 Rapson, Sarah, 1998
35 12 Paintings/Artist Research, 1995-1998

Series 3: Press Files, 1991-circa 2001
(Boxes 35, 38; 0.4 linear feet)

This series includes press books and a handful of newspaper clippings about the art world. The press book materials were originally housed in plastic sleeves in binders, but were removed for preservation. The order of the press book materials was retained.

Folders are arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box Folder
35 13 All Press for Thread Waxing Space and Tim Nye (1992-1999), 1994-1999
35 14 ArtForum Magazine With Letters Cut Out of Pages, 1999
(Oversized material housed in Box 38, Folder 5)
35 15 Brochures for Thread Waxing Space, 1992, 1996
35 16 Clippings, 1999-2000
35 17-18 Press Book (Sept. 1991 - May 1994), 1991-circa 1999
(2 folders)
35 19 Press Book (May 1994 - Archigram), 1994-circa 1999
35 20 Press Book (Aug. 1998 - Present), 1998-circa 2001
35 21 Selected Press for Thread Waxing Space (1993-1999), 1998-circa 1999
35 22 Women's Action Coalition Logo, 1990s
Box Folder
38 (sol) 5 ArtForum Magazine With Letters Cut Out of Pages, 1999
(Oversized material from Box 35, Folder 14)

Series 4: Audiovisual Materials, 1989-1993, undated
(Boxes 35-36; 0.6 linear feet)

Found are sound cassettes and videocassette recordings, most of which are unique recordings. The recordings are likely related to programs found in Program Files; however, based on the existing labels the processing archivist was unable to integrate with certainty the materials into the Program Files series. The materials were not viewed and verified by the processing archivist.

Video recordings are arranged first, followed by sound recordings. Folders are arranged chronologically, with undated materials filed first.

Box Folder
35 23 Jon Hassel (#2), Richard Horowitz (#3), Jaron Lanier (#4), undated
(3 videocassettes: VHS)
35 24 Richard Horowitz, Rockefeller, undated
(1 videocassette: VHS)
35 25-26 Unlabeled Videocassettes, undated
(2 folders; 5 videocassettes: 4 VHS and 1 Hi8)
Box Folder
36 3 Sound Recordings, 1989-circa 1993, undated
(11 sound cassettes housed in Shoebox 3)
  • Dave Soldier: Selections for Susan James, undated (1 sound cassette)
  • Terraces, E. Lurie, undated (1 sound cassette)
  • Peter Whitney, Bell Trees, undated (1 sound cassette)
  • Zorn, For Your Eyes Only, undated (1 sound cassette)
  • "A Decade of Debris: Music for Homemade Instruments," 1989 (1 sound cassette)
  • Ken Butler Live (5/30/1993), 1993 (1 sound cassette)
  • Tom Hamilton, 1993 (1 sound cassette)
  • Fode Kowyate, circa 1993 (1 sound cassette)
  • Ruth Schonthal, Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, circa 1993 (1 sound cassette)
  • Unlabeled Sound Cassettes, undated (2 sound cassettes)