Nationale presents Silence is a Blessed Hell: The Po(aesth)etics of Excision
, a lecture/performance by local arts writer Lisa Radon. "Going, going, gone? Cut it out, cut it up, or otherwise erase parts of found text or image; excision is a big piece of contemporary practice in both visual arts and poetics...[The event] addresses work made via excision that also asks questions about the broader implications of the practice."
• 6pm • November 10 • $3
Opening this weekend at Nationale: Rikki Rothenberg's For Begüm
. "Stemming from her pieces If I Were a Better Artist: For You Soldier
and The Reiki Masters
, this new work on paper is at once Rothenberg's own interpretation of the idea of beautification and her calling upon healing energies via the abstracted shapes of her experiences and imaginations."
• 6-8pm • November 12
Artist performance • 6pm • December 5
• 811 E Burnside • 503.477.9786
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