Episode 58: 44/46 & Reviews

October 8, 2006 · Print This Article

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Richard interviews Amanda Browder, Chris Walla, Aris Georgiades and Gail Simpson about Art 44/46: Curated by Stuart Keeler, Art 44/46 is a public art exhibition that will be featuring a variety of artists who are showing pieces publicly. Some are performances, some are sculptural pieces, some are video installations, etc.!

All in the 44th and 46th Wards of Chicago. The wards are roughly between Clark and Broadway (and up Broadway) , and Belmont and Diversey. Please check the website for more info.


We talk about Bad at Sports BASECAMP: our forthcoming residency/series of events at Three Walls. We also touch on Bridge Miami.

We publicly ahpolohgise for our spelling.

Terri Griffith announces the first selection in the Bad at Sports Book Club!!!

Nathan Rogers-Madsen discusses things he isn’t qualified to talk about but does it oh-so-well.

Richard, Duncan and Amanda beat up on Massive Change at the MCA. When did the Museum of Science and Industry open a North Michigan Avenue annex? Did we miss a memo?

The announcements make the show super long, sorry, it’s all good, honest.

Chris Walla
Art 44/46
Nathan Rodgers Madsen
Three Walls Bad at Sports Residency
Terri Griffith
Aris Georgiades
Gail Simpson
Paul Klein
William Conger
Oscar Wilde
Dorian Gray
Tony Fitzpatrick
Gregory Knight
Phyllis Bramson
Kerry James Marshall
Rhona Hoffman
Michelle Grabner
James Elkins
Hamza Walker
Francesco Bonami
Project Gutenberg
Art Institute of Chicago
Ivan Albright
Terra Museum
Bridge Art Fair
Art Basel Miami
Michael Workman
Death Cab for Cutie
Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce
Shannon Stratton
Julia Marsh
Anish Kapoor
Kohler Art Residency
Actual Size Artworks
DeCordova Museum
James Poulos
DeCordova Museum
Jason Dunda
Steven Husby
Fraction Workspace
Marcel Duchamp
Milwaukee Art Museum
Christine Tarkowski
Smart Museum
Museum of Science and Industry

Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_58_4446.mp3

10 thoughts on “Episode 58: 44/46 & Reviews”

  1. rachel says:

    hello bad at sports,
    i really really enjoy your podcast, but one question:
    where are all your links to names that you had on
    your old blog? i really enjoyed that a lot, for someone
    who has no life and is always on the internet.

  2. Bill Dolan says:

    As I get older, I’m finding it harder and harder to concentrate on reading. Since it was revealed that Richard is illiterate, and since he passed law school, is there any advice he has for us closet illiterates on how to get by?

    A serious post may come later; after I listen to the show again and after I check out the work in 44/46.

  3. Richard says:


    Yes, I do have advice for the illeterate.

    1) Hire good help. For example I am dictating this message to Steve my capable man Friday.

    2) Marry and editor, while Steve is talented at dictation he is incapable of being able to do anything other than dictation in these circumstances. Therefore I need someone to wrestle my words into proper form. (No offense taken -Steve)

    3) A good lawyer, in case I fail to read anything truly important, what can be made can be unmade by proper counsel.


    p.s. There should be name drop lists if you read the whole entry. Aren’t the there? Chris?

    Maybe we can make it like before where the whole entry is on the main page.

  4. Steve says:


    #2 is particularly good advice as I typed “and” instead of “an”



  5. Michael says:

    Public art in Jansville, WI!!? I thought the only thing there was Diamond Jim’s Gentlemens club.

  6. Amanda says:

    Hi All, sorry about the delay in name dropping…
    the Art 44/46 show took it out of me….

  7. Richard says:

    It will be back soon.

    Also we may have a copee editur four are spehling prablems.


  8. Michael says:

    I would like to suggest that from now on the Museum of Contemporary Stuff should have Segway jousting matches with the curators as part any exhibition, and that the winner gets to curate the next show! I’d like to see Tony Fitzpatrick and Bob Fitzpatrick on Segways collide at a blinding 20mph in front of Pucks.

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