Margaret Tedseco and Suzanne Stein: In Conversation
Wednesday, December 8
Grad Center bldg 1, Room GC4, 12 pm
MARGARET TEDESCO’s work includes performance, installation, photography, sculpture, and video. Selected exhibitions and performance work includes: Bay Area Now 4, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; New Langton Arts; Walter and McBean Galleries at SFAI; SFMoMA; Artists’ Television Access (ATA); The Luggage Store; SF Arts Commission Gallery and the Market Street Art in Transit Program (24 kiosks, two projects); SF Camerawork; SF Cinematheque; The LAB; Southern Exposure; 667Shotwell; Eleanor Harwood Gallery; Blackbird Space; TART; CCA’s Playspace; Little Tree; and Small Press Traffic at CCA, in San Francisco; Blank Space and Oakland Art Gallery in Oakland; Spiral Gallery; CrazySpace; and Oaks Lodge/Cal Arts, in Los Angeles; Disjecta, Portland, OR; White Columns, NY; Saarländisches Künstlerhaus, Germany; 11th Nippon Performance Festival, Japan; PIPAF Performance Festival, Philippines; Performance Festival Odense, Denmark; and in Leipzig, Paris/Marseille, Italy, and Czech Republic. She received the Bay Area Award for Performance from New Langton Arts, San Francisco in 1999 and the SF Bay Guardian Goldie Award in 2008.
Suzanne Stein is a poet. Her work has appeared in War & Peace, Bay Poetics, Mirage Periodical, ON:Contemporary Practice, New Langton Arts, the San Francisco Exploratorium, Artists Television Access, and elsewhere. Her most recent publication is HOLE IN SPACE, from OMG! She is editor and publisher of the small press TAXT, committed to the free distribution of work by Bay Area poets, writers, & artists previously under-represented in print. Former co-director and film curator at four walls gallery in San Francisco, Suzanne works currently as community producer at SFMOMA. She lives in Oakland.