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  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …
  • It is mid-March 2010, and I am deep in the belly of the Walker Art Center archives, settling in to watch a videotape retrieved for me by the archivist. The tape is supposed to contain footage documenting a question-and-answer session which followed a performance I have been researching for months: the notorious appearance of performance artist Ron Athey and his cast at Patrick’s Cabaret in 1994, which under Walker’s aegis featured selections from Athey’s Four Scenes in a Harsh Life (1992) …