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links for 2009-08-27   08.27.09

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Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire
The first three chapters of the seminal book transcribed and free online. Freire conducts a Marxist deconstruction of education as a colonized-colonizer relationship. Selling over 750,000 copies worldwide, this text is a cornerstone of critical pedagogy.
(tags: Paulo.Freire education pedagogy The.Plum.Academy radical.education activism)

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: Links

Gettin' Down With Dee   08.27.09

Listen in as SPACES ED Christopher Lynn talks about the upcoming fall exhibitions on WCPN's Around Noon with Dee Perry. Lots covered: The Plum Academy: An Institute for Situated Practices, SPACELab artists Elaine Hullihen and Mark Moskovitz, and SWAP artist Jiķ Survka.
WCPN 90.3 FM
Aired Monday, August 24, 2009(37:55)

It's Dee-lightful!

Listen to the archive audio here: http://www.ideastream.org/an/entry/27587

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: General

links for 2009-08-21: Charts and Graphs Edition   08.21.09

Billie Jean Chart
She's just a girl...


Evita Map
Don't cry for me...
(tags: humor charts.and.graphs)

Blur "Boys and Girls" Chart
Love in the nineties is paranoid.
(tags: humor charts.and.graphs Blur)

Nothin' But a G Thang Pie Chart
Dre, creep to the mic like a phantom.
(tags: humor charts.and.graphs Dr.Dre Snoop.Dog)

Cecilia As a Pie Chart
Oh, Cecilia.
(tags: humor charts.and.graphs)

A Flow Chart of Total Eclipse of the Heart
I really need you tonight. (via Coudal)
(tags: humor charts.and.graphs Bonnie.Tyler)

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: Links

#DailyArtDose Round-Up   08.21.09

Week of August 17, 2009

Ivy Ma: ivyma.net
Jessie Hulcher: jessehulcher.org (note: will make you smile and chuckle)
aLIVe Call-to-Artists: hankblog.wordpress.com
Juana Molina: juanamolina.com (note: totally sweet and unreal to see in person)
I Want To Do This All Day Long: msvaleriepark.blogspot.com (note: an audio documentary about radical education programs in the United States. Amber Woods and Amina Althea lead us on a two month journey across the country, visiting 23 schools that are reclaiming education and creating radical learning spaces---seriously, check it out)

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Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: #DailyArtDose

Who you will find at SPACES   08.18.09

Photo by Vanessa La Valle (of Vanessa La Valle), 2009

Vanessa La Valle. Super lady. Awesome Volunteer. You will find her here at SPACES telling stories (you would never believe unless you have met her in person), making us laugh, talking about art, and working hard and creatively while tackling any task thrown at her. Here is what she has to say about being an artist and finding SPACES:

"I love constructing environments. In the past, I was one of those teenagers with walls full of posters, ticket stubs and magazine clippings that amounted to a museum of my experiences and perceptions. Looking back on photographs of the rooms I have inhabited, I feel as if it is the clearest picture of my mind next to something a psychoanalyst might be able to come up with. In some ways it is like walking into the brain of the inhabitant. I am certain this old habit has influenced the way I create work and the type of places in which I would like to view and live.

Ten years later, after experimenting with constructing soundtracks to visuals and vice versa, I was searching on the internet for alternative approaches the traditional concept of the gallery; something that incorporated physical space into design. SPACELab is just that. Volunteering has been an excellent way of experiencing a segment of Cleveland's art scene and the nature of an alternative exhibition space."

If you want to see more of Vanessa's work, visit: topnotch-indeed.blogspot.com

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: General

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