Literature Program
 


Thursday, November 10, 1983

RACHEL ROSENTHAL

Presented at:
Hallwalls

Performance by Rachel Rosenthal, GAIA, MON AMOUR, an extended mad scene combining live and pre-recorded texts, chanting, dramatic monologue, and music in which Rosenthal examines and challenges our relationship to earth. [GAIA, MON AMOUR, an eco-performance by Rachel Rosenthal with accompanying artist book published by Hallwalls. — E.C.]
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[NOTE: Video documentation of this event is at the Hallwalls archive in the Poetry Collection, a special collection of the State University of New York at Buffalo Libraries; this documentation has been preserved and digitized for access. Video documentation of GAIA, MON AMOUR is also included in a 1985 selection of excerpts which is in the Hallwalls archive at the Poetry Collection. To learn more about what Hallwalls is doing to make this analog material digtialy accessible, please visit Migrating Media, our collaboration with Squeaky Wheel, Burchfield Penney Art Center, and the Experimental Television Center.]


Some publications related to this event:
GAIA, MON AMOUR. A PERFORMANCE BY RACHEL ROSENTHAL - 1983
November, 1983 - 1983

 
 
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