Short-Term Deviation is a month-long exhibition featuring publication, video and music in a performance space, self-published/small press publication library and video screening room. As a collaboration with the non-profit, volunteer-run publication, Showpaper, the exhibition will be on view at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space in New York.

There will be special four-part print series of Showpaper featuring work from:
Borden Capalino, Katja Mater, Arthur Ou and Grant Willing.

September 23 - October 23, 2010
Opening Event: Thursday, September 23, 6-10pm

Exhibition Curator: Jie Liang Lin
Print Series and Library: Jesse Hlebo

Installations: Catherine Ahearn, David Berezin, Grayson Cox, Charles Harlan, Steve Lambert, Francisco Marcial, Nadja Verena Marcin, George Pfau, Poster Company, Chris Rice and Borna Sammak.

EFA Project Space
323 West 39th Street, 2nd Floor
New York

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OPENING NIGHT IS THURSDAY!! Bands! Performances! Films! PARTY


Kyle Bobby Dunn

Dunn is a 21st century composer and performer living in Brooklyn, New York.
He has premiered his highly specialized works in live settings, including exclusive outdoor and site specific environments, throughout North America for nearly a decade.
He enjoys traveling, mostly vegetarian crêpes, pungent cheese, french onion soup, robust coffees, obscure beers, reddest wines, and perfected instruments.
He was born in Ontario, Canada in 1986.

Read more: http://www.myspace.com/kbdunn#ixzz107wbFmVp

Kyle Bobby Dunn at Paris London New York West Nile from salvia plath on Vimeo.

Happy New Year

(Eleanore of Adult Themes)

Start a solo project. If your birthday is on a special occasion, such as new years eve, name it after that occasion. Then play your first show on that same occasion, for example ring in 2010 at the New York Night Train New Years Eve Party All Over The Lower East Side. Then play some more, put out some 7”s and make some vids and an album. That’s what HAPPY NEW YEAR did/does/will do.

Read more: http://www.myspace.com/happynewyearsounds#ixzz107yfKKK5


"Killing the Fathers" a performance by Nadja Marcin.



"Conversation" by David Matorin!

Read more about David Matorin HERE

"Doppelganger" by Sharsten Plenge