A modern symposium, replete with food, drink, and music, exploring the spatial logic of late capitalism as expressed in art, logging, and dancing...
Inspired by the spatial cacophanies, utopian visions, and intensive labors found in the Cooley Gallery's NEW TRAJECTORIES 1: relocations
Psychedelic Logging begins at 6 pm, in the Reed library with the viewing of Case Works 9: The Valentine Exchange
, and New Trajectories I
, then moves to the Reed student union at 7 pm for live performances by The Watery Graves
and We Two and the Universe
Love poem recitation by Heather Watkins, curator of The Valentine Exchange; and a lecture on the history of logging by Doug Sackman historian at the University of Puget Sound. The event includes mind bending archival films of high-lead logging, and interstitial ephemera by Matthew Stadler accompanied by a slide exhibition curated by Stephanie Snyder.
Logger's stew prepared by Mickey Murch '06; Craft-in
by Reed art collective Vitamin A
Psychedelic Logging is organized by Stephanie Snyder and Matthew Stadler. The event is free and open to the public.
For more information, visit Reed's public events website,REED
, or call the events line, 503/777-7755.
Saturday • February 11 • 2006
Reed College • Portland • Oregon • 6 pm
Hauser Memorial Library + Cooley Gallery • 7 pm Reed Student Union
Reed College • 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd • Portland.