Monthly Archives: July, 2004

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MASSMOCA HELPS REVITALIZE NORTH ADAMS

By BIG RED Print this article Many former industrial towns over the past fifty years have experienced slow deaths. When the main employer for the town shuts down it slowly tugs the supporting social and economic climate into its vortex,…

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MORE NEW BIG RED EDITORS!

By BIG RED PUBLISHER Print this article That’s right, more new editors for Big RED! Starting with Issue #9, we are proud to announce that the team of Christophe Perez and April Julich Perez will be joining Big RED and…

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MATTHEW RITCHIE @ MASSMOCA

By NATHAN LEWIS Print this article This season at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, a large-scale exhibition of the work of Matthew Ritchie is an astounding accomplishment of mental power, organization, and breadth. The exhibition is comprised of canvas…

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TEA PARTY @ BERWICK

By CHRISTIAN HOLLAND Print this article I first met Fereshteh Toosi and Carolyn Lambert after a presentation they gave at the The Berwick Research Institute in late June. During this presentation, they handed out a numerically based questionnaire, asking all…

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MARJETICA POTRC @ THE LIST

By ROY STANFIELD Print this article Marjetica Potrc’s Urgent Architecture at the MIT List Visual Arts Center is so practical and so “green” that it would be very difficult to distinguish this exhibition from what one would find in a…

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ARTIST AS A ROCK STAR

By KIMBERLY POTVIN Print this article Although it is difficult, let’s be realistic. There are two primary goals that every artist has while struggling through the mish-mash, aptly titled, “graduate school.” The first, and most important achievement is to be…

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7 QUESTIONS WITH JANE HUDSON

By MICAH MALONE Print this article MJM: In your essay for the last issue of Big Red and Shiny you use Eve Sussman’s video and the Nicholas Berg beheading tape to frame your argument. I’m wondering if you could expand…

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STAKING PERFORMANCE ART

By NATALIE LOVELESS Print this article After a series of interviews with local performance artists and organizers, as well as attending all the performance events I could manage over the past few months, I sat down to write something about…