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Author Archives: Claire Bain

The Window Gallery: a “space for…conversations…about death” — Still time to see this strong work.

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The following essay is a powerful statement on how our society’s refusal to embrace death causes more suffering. Come by and see how Angela Simione faced the problem. Through March 2015. She got sick when I was 29. When I was thirty, she died. It was January. Cold. I curled up with my crochet hook and… Read more »

January 12 – 26, 2014: This Week at ATA

January 12 – 26, 2014 —– Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 8:00 pm, $7-$10 Periwinkle Cinema: Pablo Oliverio’s UN OVNI SOBRE MI CAMA Curated by Gentry McShane, Periwinkle is excited to present an international feature film this month. Coming all the way from Buenos Aires, Argentina: Pablo Oliverio’s UN OVNI SOBRE MI CAMA, a film in… Read more »

Welcome to 2015


We Began 2014 with a screening of the important historical document “Screaming Queens,” and ended with the lyrical “Moments of Being.” In between we hosted scores of programs encompassing film, video, performance, music, and visual art – which spilled out our window and onto the walls of our gallery. Everything from experimental film to queer… Read more »

see also: Better Homes and Gardens Today continues at the Roxie Theater

The tech firms did not show up at ATA, but a few of their workers helped out, and you can now at the Roxie through January 15, 2015…and continue online:

Showing Up: “Almost Public/Semi-Exposed” in ATA’s Window


  For the month of November, 2014, ATA’s window was animated by daily inhabitancies. Each day, a different artist or group of artists installed themselves in the storefront window, occupying it for a range of one to 48 hours. Their actions varied from just being there to performing music to outraged/ous splattering of substances. In the words of the ATA Window… Read more »