9 Evenings Reconsidered : Art, Theater, and Engineering, 1966
  • exhibition catalogue
  • wrappers with dust jacket
  • offset-printed
  • glue bound
  • black-and-white & color
  • 32 x 21 cm.
  • 88 pp.
  • edition size unknown
  • unsigned and unnumbered
  • ISBN 9780938437697

9 Evenings Reconsidered : Art, Theater, and Engineering, 1966

Catherine Morris, Clarisse Bardiot, Michelle Kuo, Lucy Lippard, Brian O'Doherty, Herb Schneider, Per Biorn, Francis Breer, John Cage, Lucinda Childs, Öyvind Fahlström, Deborah Hay, William Kaminski, Robert V. Kieronski, Billy Klüver, Peter Moore, Steven Paxton, Robert Rauschenberg, Alfons Schilling, David Tudor, Fred Waldhauer, Robert Whitman

9 Evenings Reconsidered : Art, Theater, and Engineering, 1966

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Exhibition catalogue published in conjunction with show held May 4 - July 9, 2006. Curated by Catherine Morris. Essays by Clarisse Bardiot, Michelle Kuo, Lucy Lippard, and Brian O'Doherty. Artists include Herb Schneider, Per Biorn, Francis Breer, John Cage, Lucinda Childs, Öyvind Fahlström, Deborah Hay, William Kaminski, Robert V. Kieronski, Billy Klüver, Peter Moore, Steven Paxton, Robert Rauschenberg, Alfons Schilling, David Tudor, Fred Waldhauer, and Robert Whitman. Includes an interview with Herb Schneider, a checklist of the exhibition, and biographies of the artists. "In 1966, a Bell Laboratories physicist brought a group of avant-garde artists together with 10 open-minded members of the science and technology fields for '9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering,' a series of investigatory Happenings which took place at the 69th Regiment Armory and were duly noted by critics Lucy Lippard and Brian O'Doherty. The resulting seminal performances included John Cage's 'Variations VII,' in which 30 photocells were mounted around the performance space, activating a variety of sound sources--including a blender, 20 radio channels and two Geiger counters--as the performers moved around. Other contributors included Lucinda Childs, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, Robert Rauschenberg, David Tudor and Robert Whitman. The events were photographed by Peter Moore, whose pictures, many never before been published, are featured here. Also included are Lippard and O'Doherty's original reviews; new scholarship by Clarisse Bardiot, Michelle Kuo and Catherine Morris; and an interview with one of the engineers." -- publisher's statement.