Let's Put On a Puppet Show
author: Karen Zasloff
author: Linda Norden
recorded by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
published: April 16, 2009, recorded: April 2007, views: 7595
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"Let's Put On a Puppet Show!" is an afternoon event revolving around puppetry scheduled for Friday April 6. The Center has invited John Bell, artist and co-founder of Great Small Works; Linda Norden, curator of the American Pavilion for the 2005 Venice Biennale and curator of Pierre Huyghe's 2004 "puppet opera" (featuring a puppet of Linda); Karen Zasloff, artist and shadow-puppeteer; and other special guests for a lecture. "Let's Put on a Puppet Show" brings together artists, curators, and puppeteers to explore the ways puppets and puppet theater have functioned within contemporary art and society.
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