Announcement for “Carnival: Ritual of Reversal”

1 12 2009

Senga Nengudi writes, “For this show I did an audio piece that was placed in the women’s bathroom.  It was a provocative, rather sexual tape.  The way it was placed women thought they were overhearing a real on the spot conversation.”

Carnival

Artist: Current repository: Collection of Senga Nengudi
Location: Kenkeleba Gallery, New York Source:  Senga Nengudi
Title: Announcement for “Carnival: Ritual of Reversal” Rights:
Medium: copy art Comments:  Announcement for an exhibition featuring work by Terry Adkins, Candida Alvarez, Anthony Barboza, Leticia Barboza, Willie Birch, Juan Boza, Rolando Briseño, James Andrew Brown, Bernard Cameron, Maria Dominguez, Maren Hassinger, Cynthia Bawkins, Walter C. Jackson, Ben Jones, Curives Lorick, Pedro Lujan, Mary Malott, James McCoy, Tyrone Mitchell, Senga Nengudi, John Owen, Frank Parker, Alyson Pou, Jorge Luis Rodriguez, Christy Rupp, Alison Saar, Ken Tisa, and Randy Williams.  Exhibition supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Dimensions:  29 x 15.5 cm Date: March 31 – April 28, 1985




Program for “Segues: A Night of Performances”

1 12 2009

Segues program

Artist: Current repository:  AAPAA
Location: The Paper Mill, Los Angeles Printmaking Society, Los Angeles Source:  Senga Nengudi
Title: Program for “Segues: A Night of Performances” Rights:
Medium: copy art Comments:  Program for performances by Frank Parker, Senga Nengudi, and Roy Buchman.

Senga Nengudi’s “Get-Up” performed by Houston Conwill, Maren Hassinger, Frank Parker, and Yolanda Vidado.

Dimensions:  17.5 x 24 cm Date: December 1, 1980




“The Process as Art: In Situ” annoucement

1 12 2009

Senga Nengudi writes, “We created pieces in the gallery while onlookers came in and out of the gallery. We basically lived in the gallery. It was like an open lab. It was about process.”

In Situ announcement

Artist: Current repository: Collection of Senga Nengudi
Location: Just Above Midtown, Inc. Source: Senga Nengudi
Title: The Process As Art: In Situ Rights:
Medium: copy art Comments: An exhibition featuring Banerjee, Wendy Ward Ehlers, Susan Fitzsimmons, David Hammons, Senga Nengudi, Randy Williams, and Diana Wharton.  The exhibition was supported by the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Dimensions: Date: September 19-October 14, 1979




Walk a Mile in My Shoes: Artist’s statement

1 12 2009

Walk (17)

Artist: Senga Nengudi Current repository: Collection of the artist
Location: Source: Senga Nengudi
Title: Walk a Mile in My Shoes: Artist’s Statement Rights:
Medium: Document Comments: Artist’s statement dated 2000
Dimensions: Date: 1999-ongoing




“Outlaw” Backside

29 11 2009

Outlaw photo backside

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current statement [1993]

29 11 2009

Personal statement (1993)

Artist: Senga Nengudi Current repository: AAPAA
Location: Source: Senga Nengudi
Title: current statement Rights:
Medium: Ink on paper Comments:
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 Date: 1993




Personal Statement [2009]

29 11 2009

Personal statement (2009)

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Future Projects & Exhibits

29 11 2009

Future projects

Artist: Senga Nengudy Current repository: AAPAA
Location: Source: Senga Nengudi
Title: Future Projects & Exhibits Rights:
Medium: Ink on paper Comments: Document detailing artistic, academic, and exhibition intentions.
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11 Date: 2008




Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum Invitation

26 11 2009
Nature's Way Invite

Nature's Way Invite

Artist: Current repository: AAPAA
Location: Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Forum, Santa Barbara, California Source: Senga Nengudi
Title: Invitation to “Nature’s Way” performance and “Blanket of Branches” installation by Senga Nengudi; “Dancing Branches” installation by Maren Hassinger; and “Ever 4 Us” performance by Ulysses Jenkins. Rights:
Medium: Card Senga Nengudi’s “Nature’s Way” performed with Frank Parker, Ulysses Jenkins, and Maren Hassinger.  Note from Senga Nengudi reads:”‘Nature’s Way’ was later changed to the title ‘Dance Card.'”  Ulysses Jenkins’ “Ever 4 Us” performed with Other Visions (Harry De Moss, Vinsula Kara, Alan Nakagawa, Ochieng, and Walter Woods.
Dimensions: Date: June 22 – July 19, 1986




Double Think Bulemia program

26 11 2009

Double Think Bulimia flyer

Artist: Senga Nengudi Fittz Current repository:  AAPAA
Location: Los Angeles, California Source:  Senga Nengudi
Title: Double Think Bulemia: Mouth to Mouth: Conversations on Being Rights:
Medium: copy art Comments:  Announcement for “Double Think Bulemia: Mouth to Mouth: Conversations of Being.”   Photo of Franklin Parker from Ceremony for Freeway Fets (1978).
Dimensions: 21.5 x 28 cm Date: December 15, 1988