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This week Book Reviews and West Coast News! Terri Griffith and Joanna Topor
review Miranda July’s book No One Belongs Here More Than You. Worked in
to the commentary is discussion of the Mackenzie’s sex life and Oprah’s
use of the phrase Vah-Jay-Jay.

Brian Andrews and Marc LeBlanc talk to curator Joseph del Pesco and artist
Scott Oliver about the Collective Foundation.

The Collective Foundation (CF) is a temporary organization. The concept of
curator Joseph del Pesco and artist Scott Oliver, CF relies on the contributions
of numerous people who are working to advance art in the Bay Area. During the
organization’s launch at YBCA, The Foundation will set up temporary headquarters
in our galleries. They will hold think-tank discussions, how-to sessions for
navigating the CF Web interface, and Shotgun Review Second Saturdays where participants
will review as many Bay Area art shows as possible. The furniture for the Foundation’s
headquarters will be borrowed from local individuals, modified for the exhibition,
and returned at the close of the show—a generous illustration of the benefits
of networking. Find out more at www.collectivefoundation.org.

Duncan makes a funny noise at the end of the show.


Miranda July
Joseph del Pesco
Scott Oliver
the Collective Foundation
Philip Von Zweck
Tony Tasset
Gaylen Gerber
Wesley Kimler
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Dave EggersBridge
Amy Hempel
Fence
Paris Review
Harvard Review
Sundance Film Festival
William Pope.L
Amy Balkin
Josh Green
The Reader
Shotgun Review
Alexander Rodchenko
Direct download: Bad_at_Sports_Episode_89_Collective_Foundation-books.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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