(Sally McKay is on blog-sabbatical, writing her PhD.)
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Humberto Vélez: The Fight Poster 2007 made in collaboration with three boxing clubs from Southwark: Fitzroy Lodge ABC, Fisher Downside ABC and Lynn ABC.
AGYU :: Out There presents a screening of The Fight: A documentary film of the project by Humberto Vélez Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009 at The Drake Underground , 1150 Queen St. W. Toronto
8:00pm screening will be followed by a Q&A with the artist and co curators Emelie Chhangur and Elizabeth Matheson
Drinks & DJ set by Cozmic Cat
stills from The Welcoming 2006 A documentary film by Humberto Vélez
A few things that came up while I was gone:
Jon Rafman's excellent IMG MGMT essay The Nine Eyes of Google Street View at Art Fag City (Gabrielle Moser liked it too)
XSPACE"s GIF show was on for only a few days. I caught some animations before I left and they looked good. Can't find a site with all of them on it. If anyone has a URL, let me know.
Murray Whyte is trying to convince the TorStar Overlords (who we always welcome) to give him a few itty bitty HTML links for art. Vote yes in his comments. (then joester and I can collaborate on something extra special that will probably crash their servers by mistake) (that's a special feature in a lot of my commercial game work)
Jesse B. Harris has a web site.
Best found GIF ever:
Hello blog! I'm back and I brought you a gift from my mummy!
Of course you can still use the oxo cubes.
And thank you joester for the most excellent guest blogging. (even though you blew up my pointer, you bastard) I brought you a vintage toilet brush that I found under the bathroom sink.
IT STILL WORKS!
I know I signed off, but this is going on NOW and it's fun. Google maps road trip! http://www.googlemapsroadtrip.com/ these guys are "driving" across the country, one click at a time - tune in and give them some chat help to keep the ride interesting.
Sunday Devotionals: Jimmy Smith
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
When Johnny Comes Marching Home (from 'Get Yourself a College Girl')
Theme from 'Mondo Cane'
(GVB via SM)