• Keith’s director’s notes for Turbulence…..for now: Naomi Klein’s The Shock Doctrine revealed how many of us have prioritized human rights issues (and identity politics) at the expense of economic injustice and more lasting structural change. I set out, over two years ago, to challenge my own ignorance about financialization, about the roots of economic turbulence, […]

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  • So, in Portland this past June, alot happened. One of our Portland guest artists, Roya Amirsoleymani, who also coordinated the symposium “Bodies, Identities and Alternative Economies” reflects here: Turbulent Thoughts and also, I (Jesse) wrote some…err…colorful reflections about the experiences of being there: The Odd Sensation of Luxury    

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  • So SF misses Angela Mattox, yes. But she’s doing kick-ass work making PICA (and by extension, the Portland arts community) richer and better. She also has been  in dialogue with us about Turbulence almost since the beginning of it really picking up steam. Here’s a little ditty that was an interview in Portland Mothly, about […]

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  • So…Turbulence has become – among things –  the accumulation of conversations, dreams, arguments, and ideas of not just Keith and the core collaborators, but also those of our friends and colleagues. When folks come to look at what we’re making, discourse explodes. We wanted to share some of that with ya’ll. Here’s a conversation between SF […]

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  • Jess/Curtis Gravity presents a Big Benefit Performance Bash OLD SCHOOL/NEW RULES at CounterPULSE Saturday January 24,  8pm www.jesscurtisgravity.org • www.counterpulse.org A multi-generational roster of all-stars from San Francisco and beyond come out to support Jess Curtis/Gravity’s upcoming 2009 San Francisco Season and you’re invited. Art, Party and Delectable Tidbits of Dance, Improvisation and Body-based Performance […]

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