Choke magazine - Carp

Choke magazine Various artists

Choke magazine in Fall 1976 documented artworks by Michael McMillen, Scott Grieger, Chris Burden, Billy Adler, Margaret Nielsen, Bruce Nauman, Guy de Cointet, George Herms, Tom Wudl and Edward Wortz.

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The TV Tapes, featuring the Richard Nixon Show - Billy Adler

The TV Tapes Billy Adler

An evening of television presented by Billy Adler, sponsored by Carp and hosted by Stanley and Elyse Grinstein took place in Brentwood Nov. 20, 1975, and featured a six-foot screen.

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Snapshot - Carp

Snapshot Various artists

At a party hosted by Roger Wong and sponsored by Carp Aug. 14, 1976, attendees included Barbara Burden, Marilyn Nix, Charles Christopher Hill, Michael Brewster, Carole Caroompas, Chris Burden, Bryan Hunt, Paula Sweet, Walter Wittel, Alexis Smith, Scott Grieger, Richard Newton, Brad Smith, Roger Wong, Mark Keiserman and Lowell Darling.

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Anteroom Alexis Smith

In a show sponsored by Carp and hosted by Joel Marshall, Alexis Smith presented an installation on the ceiling of a clean, white room, housing a maximum of two guests per viewing.

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Concentrate/Break-Up - Michael Brewster

Concentrate/Break-Up Michael Brewster

Michael Brewster teamed with Carp Jan. 28-30, 1977, during a site-specific soundwork installed in the 1928 pedestrian tunnel where Taraval Street meets the Lower Great Highway in San Francisco.

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Scheherezade the Storyteller - Alexis Smith

Scheherezade the Storyteller Alexis Smith

In a performance by Alexis Smith in coordination with Carp, Scheherezade the Storyteller delivered a series of readings at Roger Wong's studio in Los Angeles.

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Duologue - Terry Fox, Tom Marioni

Duologue Terry Fox, Tom Marioni

Tom Marioni teamed with Terry Fox in action in cooperation with the Museum of Conceptual Art and Carp: The performance comprised of music, began at 10 p.m. May 30, 1975, and spanned a half-hour at Roger Wong's studio in Los Angeles.

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Chicken Boy - Charles Christopher Hill - Carp

Chicken Boy Charles Christopher Hill

Charles Christopher Hill presented a selection of short films in a public showing sponsored by Carp at the Dickson Auditorium at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Video Tape Recordings - Cynthia Lee Maughan

Video Tape Recordings Cynthia Lee Maughan

In the evenings of June 27-30, 1976, Cynthia Lee Maughan presented 45 minutes of black and white videotape in the living room at the studio-home of Joyce Lightbody in West Los Angeles.

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Ephemera - Gang of Carp

Gang of Carp Ephemera Various artists

In coordination with Future Studio and as an installment of the Getty's Pacific Standard Time initiative, Carp revealed a selection of ephemera documenting performance and media arts by Bob Wilhite, Chris Burden, Vito Acconci, Kim Jones, Charles Christopher Hill, Alexis Smith, Richard Newton, Gordon Matta-Clark and Bruce Nauman, among other artists.

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Distinguishing - Direct Subtleties - Joyce Lightbody

Direct Subtleties Joyce Lightbody

Joyce Lightbody in coordination with Carp Oct. 19-25, 1975, presented an installation of drawings, numerical and alphabetical correlations systematically determining line placement and arrangement, with reference charts.

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My Word - Vito Acconci

My Word Vito Acconci

In a show sponsored by Carp at the Dickson Auditorium at the University of California, Los Angeles, Vito Acconci presented a silent film in color with captions to the public.

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Solid State - Jon Hassell

Solid State Jon Hassell

In coordination with Carp Sept. 24, 1976, Jon Hassell sculpted sound in Los Angeles.

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Painting Peter Lodato

Peter Lodato installed two paintings for exhibition sponsored by Carp May 13-17, 1975, at Roger Wong's studio in Los Angeles.

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Oh You Punk! - Diane Blell - Carp

Oh You Punk! Diane Blell

With Carp's support, Diane Blell secured a full-page, black and white advertisement on the second page of Slash magazine, dated February 1978.

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Poem for L.A. - Chris Burden

Poem for L.A. Chris Burden

Chris Burden teamed with Carp June 23-27, 1975, during a 10-second performance commercially aired on television channels throughout Los Angeles.

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Mailer - Gordon Matta-Clark

Conceptual Cut Gordon Matta-Clark

Gordon Matta-Clark expressed to Carp in 1977 that he wanted to do a major piece in Los Angeles where he would cut through a house prior to its demolition.

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Steamer Bradley Smith

In a performance sponsored by Carp April 11, 1975, Bradley Smith delivered a 15-minute performance at Roger Wong's studio in Los Angeles.

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Wilshire Boulevard Walk - Kim Jones

Wilshire Boulevard Walk Kim Jones

Kim Jones debuted Mudman Jan. 26, 1976, during a performance sponsored by Carp.

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PURSUIT (TRUTH) - Bruce Nauman, Frank Owen - Carp

PURSUIT (TRUTH) Bruce Nauman, Frank Owen

Bruce Nauman and Frank Owen teamed with Carp Oct. 30, 1975, during the West Coast premiere of their film at the Dickson Auditorium at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Chinese Junk and Dead Space - Richard Sedivy

Chinese Junk and Dead Space Richard Sedivy

Richard Sedivy with the support of Carp exhibited paintings Nov. 18-23, 1977, at 2024 Washington Blvd. in Los Angeles.

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A New Projection Project - Dennis Oppenheim

A New Projection Project Dennis Oppenheim

In his first show on the West Coast, Dennis Oppenheim presented through Carp a sequence of color slides accompanied by audio in the afternoons of April 29-30, 1977.

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Pornography in the Classroom - Vito Acconci

Pornography in the Classroom Vito Acconci

In both his first show in California and coordination with Carp, Vito Acconci installed color slides and 8mm film, and projected them to two of the upper corners of a clean, white, rectangular and darkened room.

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The Citadel - Chris Burden

The Citadel Chris Burden

Chris Burden presented a massive assembly of starships from throughout the universe Aug. 8-12, 1978, in a piece sponsored by Carp and installed at Robert Wilhite's Studio in Los Angeles.

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California Casual - Ilene Segalove

California Casual Ilene Segalove

Ilene Segalove partnered with various artists and Carp June 24, 1977, during a single-day installation presenting videotaped portraits of five married couples in Los Angeles.

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