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15th June 2011

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Everything is Coming Up Sasquatch (4 Confirmed Sightings in as Many Days)

by Brian Balderston

Sasquatch Sighting #01 

21 April 2011

Picked up Showpaper Issue #103 at The Levee on the corner of Berry and North 3rd in Brooklyn at approximately 5:23 PM.  Cover art by Megan Whitmarsh depicts several Sasquatch-like creatures milling about what looks like artist studios or an arts and crafts show.

Sasquatch Sighting #02

22 April 2011

Upon leaving the apartment of a friend at Hope St and Berry in Brooklyn I come across a box of discarded magazines.  First magazine I pick up has cover art by Bigfoot One depicting an earnest looking Sasquatch holding a gnarled cane.

Sasquatch Sighting #03

23 April 2011

A Sasquatch makes multiple on stage appearances at 80 Greenwich St. in Manhattan during The Main Attraction, a play written by John Douglas Weidner.

Sasquatch Sighting #04

24 April 2011

Perused a month old copy of The New York Times Style Magazine at 127 Montrose Avenue in Brooklyn that included an article about Humboldt County, California.  Apparently, there have been enough Sasquatch sightings in the area to warrant a local museum dedicated to this forest dwelling enigma.

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25th May 2011

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Google Art Project →

This website allows one to peruse the halls of 17 world class museums via a virtual walking tour created by Google. Meta data and extremely high resolution images are available for select pieces of work. One can also create and share their own personal gallery of favourites. Obviously not a substitute for the real museum experience, but a pretty slick supplement.

Tagged: googlegoogle art projectvirtual museum

20th May 2011

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Brian Balderston

Creature Comforts (Natural Selections from the “Echoes of Nature”)

Cardboard, Wood Grained Contact Paper, Fox Archery Target, Stereo Receiver, Headphones, 2-Channel Audio

Dimension Variable


Exhibited at Refrig-Curator #1

Brought to you by B&AB

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3rd May 2011

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Walk the Line (Backwards)

for Low Lives 3

by Chloe Bass & Brian Balderston

30 April 2011

Performed at 476 Jefferson St.

Brooklyn NY

Documentation of my Low Lives 3 performance collaboration with Chloe Bass.  Low Lives is an international performance festival that is screened at venues around the world while streaming in real time on Ustream.  Sorry for the ad, blame Ustream.

Tagged: chloe bassbrian balderstonlow lives 3performance art

19th April 2011

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Money $hot

by Brian Balderston

Tagged: brian balderstonvideo performancemasturbationmoney

30th March 2011

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Inifinity Landing by Dev Harlan

Rouge 58

555 Metropolitan Ave


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1st March 2011

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Foggy Bloggers on YouTube.

Another Brian Balderston found and friended me on Facebook.

He and an accomplice, whom I assume is his father, have been making video blogs in Nebraska…the Heart of America.

Of course, my favourite is “Us Being Weird”.

Tagged: nebraskafoggy bloggersweird

28th February 2011

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Life Lesson Learned from Opera #2.

Don’t cross the Queen of the Night…even when she arrives in the guise of a sexy Hungarian diva.

27th February 2011

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Carlos Rodal

Web Metaphor Around www

This video was one of the featured performances for Low Lives, a global web-based performance festival developed by Jorge Rojas.  Artist present consecutive live performances, streamed over the web in real time, projected in numerous galleries and venues across the globe.  A call for proposals will be going out soon for Low Lives 3, which will take place on 29-30 April at 20+ venues around the world.  You can find and follow Low Lives on Facebook.

Tagged: low livesvideo performancestreamingglobal art

26th February 2011

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Life Lessons Learned from Opera #1

When the stone statue that you invited to dinner comes to life, arrives at your door and enjoins you to repent…you best repent!

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