KUSF In Exile 07.16.11 2-4 PM Roll Call DJ Margaret Tedesco

1st Hour

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Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture

HANNAH MARCUS: Desert Farmers
POCKET SHELLEY (Michael C. Mullen): Small Illuminations In A Darkening Sky
MUTANTES: A Divina Comédia ou Ando Meio Desligado 1970 (Side 1)
MIRANDA JULY: 10 Million Hours A Mile 1997

Dj Margaret is joined with author and musician ADAM KLEIN and SF Camerawork’s Associate Director of Exhibitions, Publications, and Programs CHUCK MOBLEY.

ADAM KLEIN is an Assistant Professor of English at the American University of Afghanistan. He received his MA from San Francisco State University and his MFA from The New School. He was a Fulbright Visiting lecturer in India, and has lived in Beirut and Bangladesh. He is the author of the Lambda-Book Award-nominee The Medicine Burns [High Risk Books], and the novel, Tiny Ladies [Serpent’s Tail Books]. His work has appeared in Bomb, Camerawork: A Journal of Photographic Arts; and MIT’s Performance Art Journal, as well as the anthologies: Best American Gay Fiction (Little, Brown); Men on Men 5 (Penguin/Plume) and Vital Signs: Essential AIDS Fiction (Carroll & Graf). He co-wrote with Thomas Avena the artist monograph, Jerome: After the Pageant, and also wrote on David Cannon Dashiell for Visual Aid at Sixteen with David Dashiell’s Queer Mysteries at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in 2005. He is singer and songwriter for the band The Size Queens. He’s worked collaboratively with artists in the Bay Area and internationally for over twenty years. Adam has lived in Bangladesh, India, Beirut, and Kabul.

CHUCK MOBLEY is SF Camerawork’s Associate Director of Exhibitions, Publications, and Programs, and editor of SF Camerawork publications. He has written for Art on Paper; Contemporary; Camerawork: A Journal of Photographic Arts; Spot; and Sculpture magazines, as well as SFMOMA’s Open Space blog and Berkeley Art Museum’s Blook blog, and recently contributed an essay to the monograph Signal Fires: El cine de Jem Cohen (Punto de Vista, 2010). He has curated (and co-curated) numerous exhibitions, including Traces of life on the thin film of longing; There is always a machine between us; Katsushig Nakahashi: The Depth of Memory; Past is an image we form in the present; I feel from Iraq and Afghanistan. He has collaborated with film, video, and photographic artists such as Ann Hamilton, Marco Breuer, Binh Danh, Tracey Snelling, Dinh Q. Lê, Jem Cohen, Kota Ezawa, Jenni Olson, Oliver Herring, Guillermo Gómez Peña, as well as The Size Queens, among others. He is also one of the co-founders of Right Window, an artist and curator’s project space in the right window of ATA on Valencia Street, San Francisco.

The Size Queens: www.myspace.com/thesizequeensband); (www.facebook.com/pages/The-Size-Queens/111812512175387
SF Camerawork: www.sfcamerawork.org

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