[Local events] Friday, 12/9, Worksound: Lisa Radon & David Abel; Dustin Zemel

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Mon Dec 5 16:18:19 PST 2011

Worksound Residency Program Presents

/*Shred of Lights:*/
*Michael Endo, Ray Anthony Barrett, Dustin Zemel, Lisa Radon, Sammy Shaw*

September 5 - December 30, 2011

Worksound Gallery
820 SE Alder Portland OR
www.worksoundpdx.com <http://www.worksoundpdx.com>

*Potluck Dinner Lecture*

Friday, December 9
7:00 pm

"At the Intersection of Art and Word":
*Lisa Radon* in conversation with poet, artist, and curator *David 
Abel*, on how looking in between visual art and writing (specifically 
poetry) gives us insight into how we make meaning.

"Televisual Intangibilities":
*Dustin Zemel* will lecture on visual and reality spaces in nonfiction 
television. Zemel will also talk about the concepts and tech behind his 
newest work, /Scoop/.

*Artist Bios/Links:*

Lisa Radon
Lisa Radon writes about art and makes art about writing.
orartswatch.com <http://orartswatch.com/>.
http://www.lisaradon.com <http://www.lisaradon.com/>

Dustin Zemel

Ray Barrett is a recent graduate from the Pacific Northwest College of 
Art’s MFA in Visual Studies Program. Barrett’s drawings, paintings, 
prints, sculptures and poems investigate the language and materials that 
define his experience of contemporary consumer culture.
He has shown nationally and internationally, in group and solo shows, 
including exhibiting work in the Dak’Art Biennial in Dakar, Senegal in 

Michael Endo
www.michaelendo.com <http://www.michaelendo.com/>

Sammy Shaw
Sammy Shaw is a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology at 
Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Native to the Portland area; 
Shaw received his M.A. (Sociology) from Portland State University in 
2005. Shaw is an urban and cultural sociologist with prior research 
experience in issues of race relations and neighborhood change in 
Portland’s Alberta Arts District. His research has appeared in Contexts, 
Urban Affairs Review, and City & Community.
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