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The Storyteller: Stories and Panel Discussion

STORIES The National Theater of the United States of America: THE GOLDEN VEIL Wednesday, April 7, 2010—6:30 to 8:00 p.m. The New School, Theresa Lang Community and Student Center 55 West 13th Street, 2nd floor Admission: Free On occasion of the exhibition The Storyteller at Parsons, The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics are pleased to present the National Theater of the United States of America (NTUSA). The company performs an excerpt from their new play, THE GOLDEN VEIL, followed by a discussion about their practice. Written by company member Normandy Sherwood and created collaboratively by the ensemble, THE GOLDEN VEIL is what NTUSA refers to as “cautionary entertainment.” A distillation of the company’s design aesthetic and their re-writing of the history of American entertainment, it is a three-person play performed on an entirely hand-crafted, collapsible set. The play explores the picaresque narrative in the tradition of Nathaniel West’s A Cool Million and Thackeray’s Barry Lyndon and the Adventures of Baron Munchausen. At the same time, it illuminates how teller and circumstances of telling shape the stories and myths we share as Americans. PANEL DISCUSSION Confounding Expectations XI: Open Cover Before Striking Thursday, April 8, 2010—7:00 to 8:30 p.m. The New School, Tishman Auditorium 66 West 12th Street Admission: Free This panel discussion examines the viability of the conventionally printed and published book —monographic, serial, facsimile, high-value, low-budget, no-budget, and otherwise—as a means of artistic production in view of digital media. At a time of mass convergence, when much of the social experience is structured by virtual, electronic means, how might the physical and material residue of small-scale publications distinguish themselves from a space apart for resistance and subjectivity? Moderated by Gil Blank, the panel includes artists Roe Ethridge and Collier Schorr, alongside with James Hoff and Miriam Katzeff of Primary Information. The Aperture Foundation, publisher of Aperture magazine, is a not-for-profit institution dedicated to the support and advancement of photography as a fine art. In collaboration with the Photography Program in the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons, and the Vera List Center for Art and Politics, Confounding Expectations XI is generously supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Henry Nias Foundation, the ASMP Fund, and the Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation. The lecture series has been hosted by The New School since 2001. Participants Collier Schorr, artist and author of Blumen (2010) Roe Ethridge, artist and author of Rockaway, NY (2008) James Hoff and Miriam Katzeff, publishers and founders of Primary Information Gil Blank, photographer and founding editor of Influence magazine

April 7, 2010- - April 7, 2010 @ The New School Theresa Lang Community and Student Center and Tishman Auditorium New York City

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