3-Play: October 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 third 3-Play (June 29, 2014, 7:00pm) Sean Kelley-Pegg has asked Clark Bremer, Charles Campbell, and Steven Epley.

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by Clark Bremer

Clark will be presenting on Timber Frame Construction – buildings made of large timber fastened with traditional mortise and tenon joinery – no metal!

Clark Bremer is a former researcher at Bell Labs, former VP of the Timber Framers Guild. Currently writing software again, but still teach Timber Framing at the Guild, and North House Folks School.

Nixon’s Last Krapp
by Charles Campbell

Building a mashup of Beckett’s “Krapp’s Last Tape” with the tapes of Richard Nixon and others invested in surveillance, inspired by a GIF found online.

Charles Campbell is a founder of Skewed Visions and his latest performance, EX, opens Oct 17.

Innovation and Maintenance – Some Recent and Some Not-So-Recent Speculative Work
by Steve Epley

Steve Epley is a registered architect and LEED accredited professional who has worked in various aspects of the architecture and design field for twenty years. His work includes the design of buildings and building components, installations, speculative architectural design, scenic design, and public art.

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