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JOHN JESERUN: OJO CALIENTE


Published in 1988

OJO CALIENTE (April 9-May 13, 1988), Hallwalls Inc. Buffalo, NY, 1988. [A 19-page catalog for John Jersurn's media installation OJO CALIENTE. Featuring installation schematics, as well as photographs and text transcribed from Jesurun's performances: BLACK MARIA (at La Mama E.T.C., April 1987), DEEP SLEEP (at La Mama E.T.C., Jan. 1986), and WHITE WATER (Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art, Oct. 1986). Catalog design by Johannes Frick.]

Artists associated with this publication:
John Jesurun


Some events connected to this publication:
April 9, 1988 - ERICKA BECKMAN, BARBARA BLOOM, JOHN JESURUN



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