THIS WEEK: Interviews with Leslie Hindman, Wesley “The Shark” Kimler, and Michael “Makes icky noises into the mic which I need to edit out” Workman.

Marc LeBlanc and Brian Andrews talk Los Angeles Galleries at 95 miles per hour.
ATTENTION ALL BAD AT SPORTS LISTENERS: Amanda’s Mom will be in Chicago next week! When you are at the various and sundry art fairs BE SURE to keep an eye out for Amanda and her Mom. She apparently has re-upped her restraining order against Duncan. YOU CAN MEET AMANDA’S MOM (who will autograph any body part you’d like) and meet us at the following shindig:

April 27, 2007
VERSION FESTIVAL ART PARTY
(Special guest starring Bad at Sports-we’d better be on the damn list)
Join Version and Lumpen and a cabal of artists and weirdos at
Sonotheque for an afterparty and celebration of our victory over the
forces of Artropolis.

9 pm – 2 am.
Performances by
Skarekrau Radio
Lemon Pretend
Zeroth

DJs Liz Armstrong
and Rand Sevilla
VJ Ron MLF.

Free Svedka vodka drinks til 10 pm. $10 cover.

NOTE: I was contacted via e-mail (sent what is essentially a cease and desist) by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. I was informed that as Duncan is a Canadian artist and is working in the media, he, and thereby Bad at Sports are governed by the standards and practices of Section 3 of the Canadian National Broadcasting Act and we were deficient in our quota of MAPL (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_content#How_the_MAPL_system_works I had to look it up) based Canadian content in the program. Hence this week’s music cues, in case you were wondering.

NEXT WEEK: THE EFFING ART FAIRS

Leslie Hindman<br\>Wesley Kimler<br\>Michael Workman<br\>Tony Fitzpatrick<br\> Hot Doug’s<br\>Sonotheque<br\>Mucca Pazza<br\>Sharkstock 2<br\>The Hideout<br\>Mark Messing<br\>Redmoon Theater<br\>Brad Peterson<br\>Scott Speh<br\>Version>07<br\>Art Chicago<br\>ARTropolis<br\>David Rosen<br\>Mark Falanga<br\>Chris Kennedy<br\>Tom Burtonwood<br\>Pulse<br\>Leo Castelli<br\>The Armory Show<br\>Mark Esper<br\>Daniel Edwards<br\>Art Unlimited<br\>Art Basel<br\>The Artist Project<br\>Bridge Art Fair<br\>Joffrey Ballet<br\>Christie’s<br\><br\><br\>Pauline Palmer<br\>Jackson Pollock<br\>Vincent van Gough<br\> Fairweather<br\>Ed Paschke<br\>Roger Brown<br\>Gauguin<br\>Artnet<br\>Albert Brooks<br\>John C. Reilly<br\>Saturday Night Live<br\>Mary Goldman<br\>Fringe Exhibitions<br\>The Happy Lion<br\>Lizabeth Oliveria<br\>Light Box<br\>Blum & Poe<br\>Stuart Davis<br\>Magritte’s “The Treachery of Images”<br\>LACMA<br\>John Baldessari<br\>Martin Kippenberger<br\>Robert Gober<br\>Charles Ray<br\>Eleanor Antin<br\>IFF<br\>Museum of Jurassic Technology<br\>Shea Zellweger<br\>David Wilson<br\>

Direct download:Bad_at_Sports_Episode_86_Hindman-Kimler_workman.mp3

Christopher

Operations Manager at Bad at Sports
Christopher Hudgens is the Operations Manager for BaS and works in various other capacities for other organizations in the Chicago Art & Culture scene. Most recently as Business Operations Manager for the Bridge Art Fair and currently an advocate for all things art & technology.

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