12.06.2010

Mark Grotjahn: Sign-up

Studio Visits for Wednesday, December 8th


2:35


3:10


break


4:10


4:45

Mark Grotjahn




Sign-ups will be posted on Monday December 6th at 11:00am.
Studio Visits for Wednesday December 8th:

2:35 - 3:05
3:10 - 3:40

break

4:10 - 4:40

4:45 - 5:15

Lecture is at 7pm at Warner.

While at first glance, Mark Grotjahn's oeuvre appears to be bound to purely aesthetic in modernist discourse, references to nature and movement are plentiful. His butterfly motif, one of several recurring connections to the natural world along with flowers and water, has yielded extensive possibilities in both painting and drawing. His ongoing Butterfly series focuses on perspectival investigations, such as dual and multiple vanishing points, techniques used since the Renaissance to create the illusion of depth and volume on a two-dimensional surface. These iconic compositions of complex, skewed angles and radiant, tonal color allude to the multiple narratives coursing through the history of modernist painting, from the utopian vision of Russian Constructivism to the hallucinatory images of Op Art. The extreme elegance of Grotjahn's works is often tempered by visible scuffs and markings that attest to the contingencies of process in his otherwise highly controlled compositions.
Centering each work is a single stroke of color from which rays (or wings) emanate. The paintings are essentially monochromatic, but the luster of the painted surface vibrates and oscillates, offering comparison with Barnett Newman's "zip" paintings. Resembling abstract butterfly wings, the works also call to mind "the butterfly effect", introduced by a mathematician and meterologist in the 1960s, which maintains that the slightest movement of a butterfly's wings could eventually cause a tornado to appear – a ready amalogy, perhaps, to Grotjahn's quietly provocative experiments within the history of abstract art. Mark Grotjahn was born in 1968 in Pasadena, California. He received his MFA from the University of California, Berkeley, and his BFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Recent solo exhibitions include the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2005); the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2006); and Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland (2007). His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. He lives and works in Los Angeles.


11.15.2010

Stanya Kahn: Sign-up

Studio Visits for Wednesday, November 17th


2:00


2:35


3:10


BREAK


4:10


4:45

11.13.2010

Stanya Kahn







Sign-ups will be posted on Monday November 15th at 11:00am.
Studio Visits for Wednesday November 17th:

2:00 - 2:30
2:35 - 3:05

3:10 - 3:40

BREAK

4:10 - 4:40

4:45 - 5:15

Lecture is at 7pm at Warner.


Stanya Kahn As a videomaker, performer and writer, Kahn combines storytelling with visceral performances, blurring the lines between the fictional and the real to show how language is forged out of trauma. Her new body of work aims beyond the notion that humor alleviates bad feelings in bad times, proposing that bad times can reconfigure our language and the way we make meaning, thus giving rise to new forms of articulation. Paralleling the ways in which jokes compress and expand meaning, Kahn organizes her narratives along the lines of a psycho-emotional unpacking. Less concerned about linear time or plot arcs, she makes full use of the moving pictures' spectacle of sound, image, movement, and performance to keep us "being-in-the-world". Stanya Kahn and her work in collaboration with Harry Dodge, was included in the 2008 Whitney Biennial and has been featured recently in "Virtuoso Illusions" at MIT, Cambridge, MA, curated by Michael Rush; in "Slightly Unbalanced" at the Harnnett Museum, Richmond, Virginia; in "Reflections on the Electric Mirror: New Feminist Video" at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art; in "Code Share: 5 continents, 10 biennales, 20 artists", CAC Vilnius, Lithuania; in the "Videonale 12", Kunsthalle Bonn, Bonn; in "Unusual Behavior," Santa Barbara Museum of Contemporary Art, Santa Barbara, in "California Video," Getty Museum, Los Angeles; in "Laughing in a Foreign Language," The Hayward, London; in "Between Two Deaths", ZKM/Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany; in "Eden's Edge", Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA; in "Shared Women", Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA; in "Defamation of Character", PS 1, Contemporary Art Center; at Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York, NY and in "Marking Time", at the Getty Museum and Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, among others. Her most recent body of work, "Its Cool, I'm Good" was featured at Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles, CA.

LINKS:

10.11.2010

Julian Hoeber: Sign-up

Studio Visits for Wednesday, October 13th


12:00


1:00


2:00


3:00


4:00


10.10.2010

Julian Hoeber: Studio Visits and Lecture 10/13


Sign-ups will be posted on Monday Oct. 11th at 11:00.
Studio Visits for Wednesday Oct.13:

12:00

1:00

2:00

3:00

4:00

Lecture is at 7pm at Warner.



Julian Hoeber
was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1974 and currently lives in Los Angeles. He received a MFA from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena; a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA; a BA in Art History from Tufts University, Medford, MA; and he also studied at Karel de Grote Hogeschool, Antwerp, Belgium. Hoeber has exhibited in the U.S. and Europe and his work was included in Compass in Hand: Selections from The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY (2009); Panic Room - Works from The Dakis Joannou Collection, Deste Foundation Centre For Contemporary Art, Athens Greece (2007); Dark Places, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA (2006); and 2004: Planet B: The Aesthetics of the B-Movie, Palais Thurn & Taxis and Magazin4, Bregenz, Austria, among others. He has had solo exhibitions at Blum and Poe, Los Angeles, Galleria Francesca Kaufmann, Milan, Italy, and Praz-Delavallade, Paris, France. Hammer Projects: Julian Hoeber is his first one-person museum exhibition.

Critic and historian Luc Sante writes of Hoeber's latest work: With Demon Hill, Julian Hoeber has reunited the siblings (of the high and the low in culture). His work is at once a meditative, austerely sensual conceptual art object and a carny trap. Because the piece is located in a museum, it is perforce an art object. Because the museumgoer is led into the piece without explanation and then visually deceived and viscerally assaulted, it is perforce a fairground dodge. Because the piece stages the dérèglement de tous les sens within the confines of a white cube, it forcefully merges several distinct currents of modern and postmodern art. Because it employs the museum as an institutional shill in order to suborn blameless patrons, rendering them helpless before its manipulative designs, the piece is necessarily a promotion, a shakedown, a dry shave. Hoeber’s work deliberately sets out to make you see both the rabbit and the duck simultaneously. It is to the classic mystery spot what Duchamp’s Étant Donnés is to the peep show, and it would be quite at home in Marfa, Texas, if Marfa, Texas had a midway. It is a solidly constructed feat of engineering meant to convince the mark that up is down and day is night, and as such it retails transcendance out of the back of a truck--but that does not make it any the less transcendant. Hoeber’s previous work has included filmed meditations on the difference between violence and fake violence (Killing Friends, 2002) and between revolution and revolutionary pretensions (Talkers Are No Good Doers, 2005), drawings that among other things measure how far op art can be undermined without losing its illusional power, and sculptures that seek the point where a human head stops being a human head as a consequence of violence (both from All That Is Solid Melts into Air, 2008). As an expert walker of high wires, razor edges, and philosophical controversies, he is exceptionally well situated to bring about the reunion of the effete high and the brutish low, mutually engaged in an installation of meditative chicanery.

LINKS:

4.29.2010

MOYRA DAVEY SIGN UPS - FRIDAY APRIL 30

Please sign up in the comments section:

1:00

1:30

2:00

2:30

MOYRA DAVEY STUDIO VISITS - FRI APRIL 30

Moyra Davey will be doing 4 studio visits on Friday April 30

She will be doing a talk at Lacma on Thursday April 29. More info at
http://www.lacma.org/programs/Lectures.aspx#1265163373513

see her work at :http://www.murrayguy.com/davey/main.html

Sign up will be posted here at 10:15 AM Thursday April 29

studio visits for friday april 30
1:00

1:30

2:00

2:30

4.21.2010

Olga Koumoundouros Studio Visits Sign Up

Sign up:
Monday April 26th:

2:30-
3:15-
4:00-
4:45-
5:30-

4.19.2010

Olga Koumoundouros Studio Visits

Monday, April 26th

2:30-
3:15-
4:00-
4:45-
5:30-

Sign up opens Wednesday at 12:00

Olga Koumoundouros: Burkhardt Lecture Series -->April 26th at 7:00, studio visits also april 26

Olga Koumoundouros’ provocative practice actively engages ideas of labor, class, and human sustenance. Using common industrial materials [cement, tar, and salvaged building fragments] Olga’s work transforms the stuff of daily life into an evocative commentary on social reality. Through hands-on engagement with material processes, her sculptures and drawings reflect a raw subjectivity and explore the dynamics of power through blunt gestures and bold forms.

Olga had a solo exhibition at REDCAT this past June and was included in the 2005 exhibition Thing: New Sculptures from Los Angeles at UCLA’s Hammer Museum. Olga’s art has been featured at Open Satellite (Bellevue, WA), and Adamski Gallery (Aachen, Germany), and in group exhibitions at the Cultuurcentrum Brugge (Belgium), LAX ART, Creative Time (New York), and the Studio Museum of Harlem. She now has a show up at LA Louver project space in Venice, CA.



Olga lives and works in Los Angeles and is represented by Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects.

3.25.2010

Ryan Gander Talk: Monday March 29, 5:30pm






The British artist Ryan Gander weaves subtle tapestries of fact and fiction. His idea-based practice, his handling of the details of life and his own biography, art history and the artistic process, even obscure fables and puzzles—all of these he synthesizes into myriad forms, from sculpture to installation, the printed word, performance, and intervention.

Recent solo shows include ‘It’s a Right Heath Robinson Affair’, gb Agency and Kadist Art Foundation, Paris (2009); ‘As it Presents Itself’, Picture This, Bristol (2009) and ‘Heralded as the New Black’, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2009), Ikon Gallery, Birmingham and South London Gallery, London (2008). Group shows include ‘The Malady of Writing’, MACBA, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona; ‘Younger than Jesus’, New Museum, New York (both 2009) and ‘Wouldn’t It be Nice’, Somerset House, London, Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich (2008) and Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva (2007).


Gander studied Interactive Art at Manchester Metropolitan University, followed by a post-graduate in Fine Art at the Jan van Eyck Akademie in Maastricht, and the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam.




Ryan Gander and Aurelien Froment will have a two person solo exhibition at Khastoo Gallery opening Tuesday March 30, 6-8pm http://www.khastoo.com

3.18.2010

Tom Knechtel Studio Visits April 5th

Studio Visit Schedule, 30 min meetings.

4:00-sarah a

4:30-Jane P

5:00-Greta Svalberg

5:30-JungHwa lee

3.16.2010

Tom Knechtel APRIL 5th



As part of the Burkhardt Lecture Series Tom Knechtel will present his work at 7:00 on April 5th. He will also conduct 4 studio visits, a sign-up post will open up for sign ups on Thursday at 1:00 pm.

Here are a few links to his work:
Christopher Miles Artforum review, May 2002
Mark Selwyn Gallery

3.02.2010

Philipp Kaiser - Sign Ups for Monday March 8


1:45-

2:30-

3:15-

break

3:30-

4:15-

5:00-

2.28.2010

Ryan Gander - Artists Talk - End of March






The British artist Ryan Gander weaves subtle tapestries of fact and fiction. His idea-based practice, his handling of the details of life and his own biography, art history and the artistic process, even obscure fables and puzzles—all of these he synthesizes into myriad forms, from sculpture to installation, the printed word, performance, and intervention.

Recent solo shows include ‘It’s a Right Heath Robinson Affair’, gb Agency and Kadist Art Foundation, Paris (2009); ‘As it Presents Itself’, Picture This, Bristol (2009) and ‘Heralded as the New Black’, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2009), Ikon Gallery, Birmingham and South London Gallery, London (2008). Group shows include ‘The Malady of Writing’, MACBA, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona; ‘Younger than Jesus’, New Museum, New York (both 2009) and ‘Wouldn’t It be Nice’, Somerset House, London, Museum für Gestaltung, Zurich (2008) and Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva (2007).


Gander studied Interactive Art at Manchester Metropolitan University, followed by a post-graduate in Fine Art at the Jan van Eyck Akademie in Maastricht, and the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam.




Ryan Gander and Aurelien Froment will have a two person solo exhibition at Khastoo Gallery opening Tuesday March 30, 6-8pm http://www.khastoo.com

2.26.2010

Philipp Kaiser - Mon March 8


Philipp Kaiser has held the position of Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA) since 2007. From 2001 through 2007 he was Curator at the Museum für Gegenwartskunst Basel. He has written numerous contributions on contemporary art and has curated solo-exhibitions with Louise Lawler, Johanna Billing, Christian Philipp Müller, Simon Starling, Amelie von Wulffen, Sterling Ruby amongst others but also large-scale thematic exhibitions like ‘Flashback – Revisiting the Art of the 80s’ and ‘Index – California Conceptualism’. He is currently working on the first American retrospective of Jack Goldstein and is collaborating with Miwon Kwon, professor of art history at the University of California (UCLA), on an ambitious exhibition project about historical Land Art.

Sign ups will be posted Tuesday March 2, 11am

Meetings Monday March 8

1:45-

2:30-

3:15-

break

3:30-

4:15-

5:00-

2.13.2010

STUART BAILEY STUDIO VISIT SIGNUP FEB 22nd

Stuart will also be doing studio visits on Monday, Feb 22nd
signup in comments.

1:45-
2:30-
3:15-
4:00-
4:45-
5:30-

2.10.2010

STUART BAILEY (of Dexter Sinister) Mon Feb 22, 7pm

























About Dexter Sinister:
Opened by David Reinfurt and Stuart Bailey in 2006 as a “Just-in-Time Workshop & Occasional Bookstore” in a Ludlow Street basement in New York, the design and publishing collaborative Dexter Sinister collapses categories, functions, and roles. Dexter Sinister combines the characteristically distinct identities of designer, producer, publisher, and distributor. In contrast to the juggernaut of contemporary publishing and its economies of scale, the workshop, according to the artists, “involves avoiding waste by working on demand, utilizing local cheap machinery, considering alternate distribution strategies, and collapsing distinctions of editing, design, production, and distribution into one efficient activity."


For the lecture, Stuart Bailey will be presenting the activities of dexter sinister via a sort of reader, though paraphrased rather than copied or quoted, that concerns art/design education. This reader, used not only because the subject matter is of interest for students, but because it "shows how we regularly channel and rechannel texts through the various activities at dexter sinister, how this is maybe the one constant in our work."

Stuart:
"the last 2 weeks we spent in vancouver programming 5 nights of events, which were, in order, a reading, a film, a talk, a translation, and a lecture. these were all, in turn, taken from the text here, as a kind of 3d version of some of the points. my idea for the talk is to do a compressed version of that. so to talk through and give examples of the 5 things, which kind of correspond to 5 other dexter sinister projects. this is sounding more complicated than it is; it should be quite informal. it'll involve some excerpts from films."

I will be distributing the text in pdf format to the MFA list and will also have a few hard copies in the kitchen. please read them before the lecture but, come regardless. Lecture is at 7pm, Feb 22nd at Warner.

Stuart will also be doing studio visits. Signups will be posted Sat. Feb 13th at 11am. the times are as follows:
1:45-
2:30-
3:15-
4:00-
4:45-
5:30-

More on Dexter Sinister:
http://www.dextersinister.org/library.html
http://www.dot-dot-dot.us/

2.07.2010

Matthew Bakkom Sign Up CLOSED - Friday Feb. 12



Matthew Bakkom was born in Minneapolis in 1968. Starting in the early 1990’s, working as a visual artist in North America and Europe, he has participated in exhibitions at the Walker Art Center, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia and the Queens Museum of Art. Bakkom has received awards of support from the Jerome Foundation, The Rema Hort Mann Foundation the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs of the City of Paris. The investigation of civic archives often serves as the basis for his work.

Information on his talk last week is here: http://studioart.arts.uci.edu/2010/02/new-york-city-museum-of-complaint-perfect-lovers.html

More information on Matthew Bakkom's recently published book here:
http://www.steidlville.com/books/816-New-York-City-Museum-of-Complaint-Municipal-Collection-1751-1969.html


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Sign Ups:

1pm - Job

145pm - Becky

230pm - Abbey

315pm - Jeffery

4pm - junghwa lee


2.05.2010

Mika Tajima - Feb 8 Sign Ups - CLOSED

Monday Feb 8

2:00 Jeffery

2;45 Job

3:30 Alexis

Lunch

4:45 Anton

5:30 David S.

6:15 Kelly

Talk at 7:30

2.03.2010

Mika Tajima - Feb 8

Mika Tajima/New Humans
Disassociate,
2007
Performance with Vito Acconci

Born in 1975 in Los Angeles, California, Tajima is a New York based artist. Connecting geometric abstraction to the shape of our built environment, she explores activities, form, and performative roles defined by divisive spaces. Tajima received her B.A. from Bryn Mawr College in 1997. She later attended Columbia University School of the Arts and received her MFA in 2003.

Select solo exhibitions include Bass Museum, Miami (forthcoming); Seattle Art Museum (forthcoming); X Initiative, New York; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; The Kitchen, New York; RISD Museum, Rhode Island; Circuit, Switzerland; Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York. Group exhibitions include 2008 Whitney Biennial; Uncertain States of America; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; Contemporary Art Center Cincinnati, OH; PS 1 Contemporary Art Center, NY; Swiss Institute Contemporary Art, NY; among others.

Tajima is founding member of New Humans, a moniker for collaborative music, art, and actions. New Humans collaborations include Charles Atlas, Vito Acconci, C. Spencer Yeh, Philippe Decrauzat, United Bamboo, among others. Group and Solo performances include ICA Philadelphia; Artissima, Italy; Ballroom Marfa; Swiss Institute, NY; Walker Art Center, MN; Whitney Museum, NY; etc. NH’s recordings continue a working use of physical materials, piercing drones, sheer static, and low bass frequencies. Releases include AKA (Semishigure, 2008) and Undercover (Circuit, 2006) and upcoming LP, Disallow (Planam, 2009).

http://www.newhumansnyc.com/


Sign ups will be posted Friday at 11am:

Monday Feb 8

2:00

2;45

3:30

Lunch

4:45

5:30

6:15

Talk at 7:30

1.31.2010

Johan Grimonprez Lecture Mon Feb 1st, 7pm at Warner





Johan Grimonprez was born in Roeselare, Belgium in 1962. He studied at the School of Visual Arts and attended the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York.

Grimonprez achieved international acclaim with his film essay, Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y. With its premiere at Centre Pompidou and Documenta X in Kassel in 1997, it eerily foreshadowed the events of September 11th. The film tells the story of airplane hijackings since the 1970s and how these changed the course of news reporting. The movie consists of recycled images taken from news broadcasts, Hollywood movies, animated films and commercials. As a child of the first TV generation, the artist mixes reality and fiction in a new way and presents history as a multi-perspective dimension open to manipulation.

Grimonprez's Looking for Alfred, 2005, plays with the theme of the double through simulations and reversals. The point of departure is the film director Alfred Hitchcock and his legendary guest appearances in his own films. Innumerable Hitchcock doppelgangers act out a mysterious game of confusion in which Hitchcock meets Hitchcock. This puzzling game of confusion also pays tribute to the pictorial cosmos of the Surrealist painter René Magritte. Looking for Alfred won the International Media Award (ZKM, Germany) in 2005 as well as the European Media Award in 2006.

Grimonprez's productions have traveled the main festival circuit from Telluride, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro, to Tokyo and Berlin. Curatorial projects were hosted at major exhibitions and museums worldwide such as the Whitney Museum in New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich and the Tate Modern in London. Grimonprez's work is included in numerous collections such as the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, the Kanazawa Art Museum, Japan, the National Gallery, Berlin and the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark. Grimonprez is currently a faculty member at the School of Visual Arts (New York).

Johan Grimonprez lives and works in Brussels and New York.

1.19.2010

Steven Hull Studio Visits

Studio Visits: (50 min)

2:00 -Sara Awad
3:00 -Max
4:00 -Ragen
5:00 -Nan

Monica Majoli Studio visit sign ups

Monday, March 1st

Studio Visits: (45 min)
3:45:Ryan
4:30:Nan
5:15:Kelly

1.15.2010

Sign Ups - Phil Chang, Jan 20th

Please sign up in the comments section:

12:00 Ivan

12:45 Laeh

1:30 Katrina

15 min break

2:30 Job

3:15 Tejpal 

15 min break

4:15 J.R.

5:00

1.13.2010

Stephen Hull


Wednesday, February 24th

Artist and Founding member of La Cienegas Projects Gallery

There will be an artist talk at 7:00 and 4 studio visits:

Studio Visits: (50 min)
Sign-up will open on Tuesday, January 19th at 12:15.
2:00
3:00
4:00
5:00

Links:
Steven Hull's website
La Cienegas Projects Gallery

Burkhardt lecture series: Monica Majoli


Monday, March 1st
She will give a lecture at 7:00 and hold 3 studio visit sessions.

Sign-up for studio visits opens Tuesday, January 19th at 12:00

Studio Visits: (45 min)
3:45:
4:30:
5:15:

Links:
Whitney Museum
Art in America Review 2006
Gagosian Gallery
Air de Paris Gallery

1.12.2010

Phil Chang - Wednesday Jan 20


Phil Chang received his MFA from CalArts and his BA from the University of California, Irvine. Recent exhibitions of his work have taken place at Renwick Gallery, New York; Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles; Marvelli Gallery, New York; Hudson Franklin, New York; and the Bolsky Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design. His work has been written about in The New Yorker. He is currently visiting faculty at the University of California Los Angeles and a lecturer at Otis College of Art and Design. Chang lives and works in Los Angeles.

You can see more of his work at http://www.philchang.com

Studio Visits for Wednesday Jan 20. Sign ups will begin Friday Jan 15 at 11AM

12:00

12:45

1:30

15 min break

2:30

3:15

15 min break

4:15

5:00

Mika Tajima - Feb 8

Mika Tajima/New Humans
Disassociate,
2007
Performance with Vito Acconci

Mika Tajima: Born 1975 in Los Angeles, California; lives in New York, New York.

New Humans, a collaborative founded by Mika Tajima with Howie Chen, explores the intersecting strata of sound, installation, and performance within the context of Tajima’s visual art practice. The elements making up Tajima’s projects slip from foreground sculptures to background props, staging markers, and functional structures, their status in continual transition and production. Challenging the audience’s expectations of sculpture as a static presence, Tajima combines multimedia installations with serial performance elements by New Humans including sonically spare noise music grounded in Minimal composition and evoking a post– John Cage mayhem. A constantly changing roster of collaborators from different disciplines contributes to a relentless layering of visual and aural textures, creating a discordant dialogue.

More information at:

http://www.elizabethdeegallery.com/artists/view/mika-tajima-new-humans

http://www.newhumansnyc.com/

Sign ups will be posted Friday at 11am:

Monday Feb 8

2:00

2;45

3:30

Lunch

4:45

5:30

6:15

Talk at 7:30