27 03 2005


Utrecht Holland 032204 with Atsuo Mizunoas guest vocalist.

27 03 2005

Beautiful new work by Seldon Hunt. This poster is available on www.seldonhunt.com

26 03 2005

23 03 2005

Cover for the new GINNUNGAGAP album,. I should have these for sale at the SUNN shows past Mälmo, and on this website soon.

23 03 2005


Times in Melbourne and vacinities with the great bald one.

23 03 2005

Benefit Party for the 4th Annual
Improvised and Otherwise Festival

Featuring D.J. Teeth

Friday, April 1, 2005 at 8pm
Chez Bushwick, 304 Boerum St, #11 - Bushwick, Brooklyn
Admission: $10 - Complimentary refreshments provided by the Brooklyn

Directions: Take the L to Montrose Ave, exit up the left stairs. Make
a left at stairs onto
Bushwick Ave and go down the hill. Make a left on Boerum St, walk to
the Loft Building at the
end, around the corner to 304. Buzz #11, second floor Apt 23.

Improvised and Otherwise is an annual festival established to encourage
and support the momentum
of experimental composers and performers. The 4th annual Festival will
take place May 5-7, 2005
at BRIC Studio in downtown Brooklyn; the program will feature over 50
artists from throughout the
United States and Europe.

For more information please visit www.improvisedandotherwise.com.

23 03 2005

23 03 2005

From Madeline


To all kindred spirits who have an interest in things Pagan and
Odinnic: I am availing fine art prints of my recent painting, "Odinn
Exchanging His Eye for Wisdom." A small image of the painting appears
at the bottom of this email, or you can view a larger version here:

This artwork adorns the cover of the brand new book, "On Being a Pagan",
by Alain deBenoist. Prior to creating the painting, I spent much time
searching and ruminating about what one image could illustrate the
Pagan's path. Finally I chose the image of Odinn at Mimir's well, his
hand holding the unthinkable sacrifice of his own eye, the price he
deemed fair for wisdom and growth. I hope others find inspiration in
this lesson, as I do.

The signed, Iris digital reproductions are perfect in every detail,
printed with archival inks on 30 lb Somerset watercolor paper. Quite
simply these are the best prints money can buy. They can be purchased
securely with Paypal (you do not need a Paypal account to buy), at this
page of my website: http://www.baphomatty.com/news.html Prints measure
16 x 20" and are unframed. Price is $129. Please email me if you would
prefer to send a paper payment.

I would like to also mention that the book, "On Being a Pagan," on whose
cover my painting appears, can be purchased from the publisher, Ultra
(who also bring us Tyr Journal), for $20 post-paid. Payment for the
book can be sent to:

Post Office Box 11736
Atlanta, GA, 30355

For international prices or other inquiries of Ultra, email:

Please feel free to email me with any questions you might have about the
prints. And, thank you kindly for your interest.

Regards to all,

Madeline von Foerster

19 03 2005


Glynnis McDaris and Jesse Pearson are pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition Catholic in Tokyo. This show precedes the release of the new book Catholic, published by Evil Twin and D.A.P., and out May 2005. Book release party in NYC to be announced soon.

The exhibition travels to Melbourne, Australia in May.

Please feel free to forward to interested parties that may be in Tokyo next week, the opening is sure to be a good time!

Glynnis + Jesse

Artists in the show and book include:
Richard Kern
Jeremy Scott
Terry Richardson
Gabriel Orozco
Jess Holzwerth
Tim Barber
Terence Koh
Brian Degraw
Bjorn Copeland
Roe Ethridge
Pieter Schoolwerth
Judy Rifka
Eileen Myles
Liz Goldwyn
Naomi Fisher
Jim Drain
Nick Zinner
Judy Rifka
Pia Dehne
Greg Ginn
Leo Fitzpatrick
Cheryl Dunn
Ryan McGinley
and many, many more.....

The art show opens at Claska Gallery on March 22

Gallery Claska

Hotel Claska 2F, 1-3-18 Chyuo Cyo, Meguro Ku, Tokyo, 152-0002, Japan
Phone: 81-(0)3-3719-8121

For the press- Catholic show:
E-mail: mori@bldg-jp.com
Phone: 81-(0)3-5468-8

16 03 2005


Left to Right: Rex Ritter, Kevin Drumm, Stephen O'Malley, Greg Anderson, John Wiese, Oren Ambarchi

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