Hallwalls Timeline
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While we've made every effort to edit the timeline and have cross-referenced our content several times, there are undoubtedly errors. So please, if you see something, say something! We will rely on visitors to the site to help us to not only catch mistakes, but also to fill in the gaps. If you are an artist with more information, if you were in attendance at an event and have documentation that you would like to share with our archives, we invite you to contact us. Just as our events continue, this Hallwalls history project is a work in progress. We look forward to hearing from you!

Many thanks to the team of interns and volunteers who assisted us in this endeavor: Cally Alessi, Hannya Boulos, Ariel Brickman, Justin Chartrand, Amanda Chase, Katie Coyle, Beth Day, Amanda DeBoer, Amanda Dunker, Scott Jarrett, Linda Jules, Tracy Gladkowski, Rachel Good, Lynn Lasota, Lin Shu-Wen, Corey Mansfield, Lisa Muscato, Ayondela Noble, Rachel Patall-David, Shannon Schiedel, Ben Siegel, Talia Silveri, Hodari Vassell, Mariel Volk, Chris Williams, Charlotte Zoda.

The Hallwalls Digital Archives Project is co-produced by Hallwalls' Technical Director Bill Sack and Hallwalls' Media Arts Director Carolyn Tennant. It was made possible by a generous Digitization grant from the New York State Council on the Arts.

 
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IN THE GALLERY
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Kyle Butler
Mortality Tantrums


Across media including drawing, painting, sculpture, video, and performance, the work of Kyle Butler addresses multiple ideas—parallels between the built environment and human behavior with that sphere; the interplay of competing and cooperating systems and the limitations of those systems; fluidity in the face of bureaucracy; and ordered conduct as a remedy to the ambiguity of socialization.
 

Chantal Rousseau
Harbingers of Doom


Behind the ongoing gif work of Chantal Rousseau resides a drawing and painting practice. Electronically realized, her gifs are clearly hand-rendered, rather than cobbled together from other more technological means. It might seem like a subtle distinction but less so when one considers the work within the broad terrain of other electronically-based aphorisms such as emoticons, memes, and screen savers.