What are the 2010 Nohl Fellows Doing?

October 19, 2011

Now that the 2010 Nohl Fellowship Exhibition is up at Inova, the fellows are busy pursuing other projects.

Paul Druecke returned to Cleveland on October 15 as part of his "Cover the City with Lines" project, developed in conjunction with Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative's "Cleveland Stories: True Until Proven Otherwise." He honored the legacy of counter-culture icon d.a. levy by participating in a ride of the dambl (d.a. levy memorial bike lane) and the construction of an ephemeral shrine to levy at the levy Midpoint Memorial. More info: http://www.cudc.kent.edu/blog/ (scroll down a bit). Paul reports that the project received a phenomenal response.

Neil Gravander also submitted a version of his "Improvisations for hand spun video springer" video to the Cherry Kino strand of the Leeds international film festival and was accepted. The video will be part of the "Destructional Video," portion of the fest---"which makes sense," says Gravander, "since I've pretty much been destroying video equipment all year." Neil (aka Lucky Bone) is also organizing an event this Friday, October 21, at Center Gallery, 631 E Center St. (2nd floor): "It's a show celebrating the release of a cdr/booklet called Actual Bird Songs---a booklet of optical collages using text book bird related things by Ethan Krause (the guy behind the Famous Hairdos of popular music: http://thefamoushairdosofpopularmusic.blogspot.com/) and a cd of audio collages using actual bird songs (duh!) by myself (lucky bone) and mike schauwitzer (slow owls)." Neil will also be performing as Lucky Bone, reprising the set he tried to play at the Nohl Exhibition opening, "but this time IT WILL WORK!. I'll also probably play a short song using this new instrument thing I just built the other day---it is the most annoying thing I've ever built, and I'm excited to make a fool of myself in front of everyone while using it." You can listen to Lucky Bone here: http://www.myspace.com/luckyb0ne. Doors open at 9 pm, show is at 9:30 pm, sliding scale for admission.

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