3-Play: June 2014

Part of Petri Dish, 3-Play is a new series in which Skewed Visions invites three artists making exciting work to each create original short work for the Skewed Visions studio. For the second 3-Play (June 29, 2014, 7:00pm) we have asked Lisa Channer, Keli Garrett, and Sandra Teitge.

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by Lisa Channer

RANT is based on R. Buckminster Fuller’s two day lecture entitled “everything I know” and Channer’s father’s 40 years as a cable news talk show host in Manhattan. It is about the ethics of parenting, failure in all forms and how to hold many ideas together at the same time.  Channer is writer and performer (with Dan Dukich). Directed by Carra Martinez.

Lisa Channer is a director, actor and teacher.  Originally from New Paltz NY she now runs Theatre Novi Most with Vladimir Rovinsky and teaches directing and performance at the University of Minnesota.  She spent many years in New England as a member of Sleeveless Theatre making political theatre and performing often. For a little while she lived and worked in Alabama. Since 1997 she has mostly directed and RANT marks a return to putting her own body on the line in performance. 

Sh#t Muthaf#ckers in the American Theatre Say: a compendium on the banality of mediocre thought
by Keli Garrett

Keli Garrett is a reader, writer and thinker, who in her spare time likes to contemplate the possibilities in her life.

Culinary presentation: Dinner Exchange Americana
by Sandra Teitge

I will experiment with different ways of serving, eating, and discussing food & food waste.
More information here.

Sandra Teitge (*1982, East Berlin) organizes discursive events and exhibitions in the realm of contemporary art and is passionate about food. She is interested in creating time-based situations, which focus on dialogue, knowledge exchange, and the body. Most recently, Sandra co-curated the Pavilion of Georgia at the 55th Biennale di Venezia (curator: Joanna Warsza) and worked in the artistic office of the 7th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.

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