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Crying Out Years

We would sit in the center of the world,   
The Black Hills hooped around US and   
Dream of the past presents (gifts). 
We were afraid of nothing.
Instead of feathers. We did not dance.

We dreamed. We are dreaming now.
We dreamed of shows & presents. 
Across the worlds. My medicine is strong.   
My medicine so strong we should sell it.    
Through these fingers. I come again through this.


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' Three Twains, Roads, a Beauty '

by Ted Gahl

Collinsville, CT. 11/05/14, 9:03 PM

I would get up early in the summer and Ryan

would pick me up in his mom’s Chrysler
convertible. We would drive through Norfolk,
which would eventually turn into Egremont and
then Great Barrington. We’d spend the day
painting and scraping houses and smoking.

I used to see her driving down the road a lot. She

was very short, so it was just a small head popping
up over the wheel of a speeding car. I would often
see Morgan in his van as well. He would usually
take the shortcut to go down to Ken’s house to
avoid the main roads. Charlotte was often around
too, and her mother was rarely home, so we would
sit by her pool.

Then they started building lots of new houses.

Families moved in and the road got busier. The
two neighbors on each side of our house passed
away. One was a hermit with a very long beard
who used to draw cartoons for magazines in New
York. The other was a real Yankee, and he kept an
immaculate lawn and walked into town everyday.
My dad used to take breaks from writing and
take long drives. He would always offer the man
ride back from town, but the man always kindly

These days, I don’t see many people I know

anymore. But I still drive down that road, and it
still feels the same.

@ZachFeuer until 12/20/2014




There are NO Incurable Diseases


' Freeze Video '

10th of December 2014, Moscow
(Work with Katya Demidova)

Медведково → Ясенево
(on Start/End of Orange Metro–Line)

Битцевский парк → Бунинская аллея
(& Start/End of Aqua Metro–Line) 



KC     A ____ teaches us many things about ourselves as performers: how to begin from a place of simple yet energized presence, how to sustain the pleasure of playing in the moment, how to mine the power of doing one thing at a time, and above all, a _____ helps us accept our own unique ridiculousness, which in turn may transform our habits of restriction in to skills of open expression. Clifton Benevento is pleased to present its second solo exhibition with Paul Cowan. A large painted wall casually leans in the space. One side is infused with a bergamot essential oil and the other, a bergamot perfume oil. The wall sets the stage for affect and effect. A new series of white monochrome paintings, including Untitled (flower painting she crawled into), bear minimal trace of their interaction with the mimes that were invited to paint them. Seemingly blank and all alike, the paintings were produced with the same intention that we use to consume the work. They rely on external forces by inviting viewers to use their unique set of visual vocabulary to conjure and sustain the images proposed by the titles. Colorful bistro furniture extends the composition off the canvas and in to the space. One seat is intermittently held for Untitled (Man on phone #1). Completely mute yet full of conversation, a background actor carries on a silent conversation with someone somewhere else. Taken as a workshop, the exhibition endeavors to displace content and audience by triggering an emotional dissonance so as to better understand our relationship with painting.           Paul Cowan at Clifton Benevento


' How 2 Turn Your Town Around '
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