Catherine Daly

[untitled text object]
various titled texts from the object

LA XPress newspaper, string

ongoing, 2008

texts from the object

Not a Doormat

extremely serious, functional
stunned by random discovery made while examining you: accident interview:
by anything life has to throw

the intent behind this is not to raise money; it is to change behavior

obligations encourage use, not honoring service

I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.
Rebecca West

Phantom Galleries LA is proud to present:
LA Art Girls Art Fair Biennale
Los Angeles 2008

Organized by The LA Art Girls http://www.laartgirls.com
LAAGAFBLA08 takes place July 10 – August 23, 2008.
Opening reception July 10th, 6pm -10pm for the July Downtown LA Art Walk. Open August 14, 2008, 6pm-10pm for the August Downtown LA Art Walk.
Location: The PE Lofts www.PELofts.com 610 South Main Street, Downtown LA, CA 90013 601 Los Angeles Street, Downtown LA, CA 90013
Pedestrian Viewing 24/7 at the Main Street Location. Both spaces are open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12-6pm or by appointment.
LAAGAFBLA08 is the LA Art Girl’s world premiere international art show for contemporary works, and will be Los Angeles’ cultural and social highlight for the summer. The exhibition recognizes the individual within this unique artist collective. Work by 26 artists, from our cutting edge generation of emerging stars, will be contained in two spectacular downtown spaces. The exhibition includes the highest-quality paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, and video.
This prestigious exhibition combines a selection of top artworks with an exciting program of special performances, parties and crossover events. Exhibition sites are located on 6th Street on the corners of Main and Los Angeles, in the city's beautiful downtown Historic Bank District. The exhibition is within easy walking distance of The Standard Hotel, and driving distance of the beach.
The show will be a vital source for art lovers, allowing them to discover new developments in contemporary art. A tour de force, LAAGAFBLA08 is the favorite summer meeting place for the international art world.

LAAGAFBLA08 Artists - Stephanie Allespach, Tricia Avant, Allison Danielle Behrstock, Carolyn Castano, Krista Chael, Sydney Croskery, Catherine Daly, Karen Dunbar, Amber Fox, Phyllis Green, Leila Hamidi + Shana Torok, Micol Hebron, Parichard Holm, Ellina Kevorkian, Leigh McCarthy, Claudia Parducci, Nancy Popp, Sarah Riley, Ambika Samarthya, Kim Schoenstadt, Felis Stella,
Ten Terrell, Kelly Thompson, Elizabeth Tremante, Marjan Vayghan

Media Contact: Stephanie Allespach allespach@earthlink.net
More about the Downtown LA Art Walk The Downtown Art Walk is a self-guided tour that showcases the many art exhibition venues in Downtown Los Angeles — commercial art galleries, museums, and non-profit arts venues. Free Shuttle Service provided 6 - 10 pm http://www.downtownartwalk.com/
More about Phantom Galleries LA Phantom Galleries LA is a Los Angeles County based organization that transforms properties in transition into 24/7 public art galleries. Each installation is a unique relationship between the participating Artist, Curator, and Property Owner. Exhibits are curated by local Arts Organizations, Galleries, Independent Curators, and Artists. www.PhantomGalleriesLA.com


Lisa Smith, arborist in Pacific Palisades: great!
Eleven Missing Days
a new dance/performance project by choreographer Meg Wolfe, at Unknown Theater in Hollywood as part of their 2008 Dance Series.

WHEN: July 10-13th, 2008.
Performances are Thursday- Saturday at 8:00pm, Sundays at 6:00pm.
WHERE: Unknown Theater: 1110 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038
TICKET INFO: (323) 466-7781 | $24 at the door, $18 online. www.unknowntheater.com

design by Jeremy Hahn

Doomed Love. Death. A Femme Fatale. Eleven Missing Days uses the stylized, low-budget world of film noir as a starting point in this contemporary dissection and chronicle of the theme of disappearance, up-ending the creative process itself.

Collaborators on the hybrid dance/theater/audio project include performers Jeremy Hahn, Rachel Lopez, Nancy Sandercock, and Rae Shao- Lan Blum; writer Mikki del Monico; and composer/sound artist Aaron Drake; with lighting design by JaNelle Weatherford.

The development of Eleven Missing Days is supported in part by an Artists' Resource for Completion grant from The Durfee Foundation; and by the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures Hothouse Residency (2007).