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Published on Feb 5, 2010
This, the 3rd day of the 3rd International Neoist Apartment Festival, was largely distinguished by The Tinklers' fabulous "Nature Walk". The Tinklers guided attendees around the grounds behind the Krononautic HQ mansion, gave out a chart & 2 transparencies, pointed out things, sang songs, & did their full-on Tinklers THING. This was in what I think of as the HEYDAY of the Tinklers insofar as they were very exploratory & in-progress. Alas, this being the festival-of-limited-means that it was, the main documentation here is a crummy audio recording - probably recorded on some $20 piece of crap. I've added some scans & some crawl titles &, FORTUNATELY, the AMAZING David Yaffe was there taking notes so I have something to excerpt from for these titles. David went to an astonishing variety of cultural events in BalTimOre & took copious notes about all of them. If anyone wants to publish a bk about BalTimOre cultural history from the 1970s to the present? (David? Are you still doing this?!) they'd be well-served to publish his notes. They're extraordinarily thoughtful & scholarly. Later that night there was supposed to be a program of Doug Smith's UTTERLY BRILLIANT films but, as I note in the movie body, I think they were mainly screened scattered about on other nights. Some participants, particularly Laure Drogoul, made installations that were accessible throughout. Mannette Letter apparently signed food & installed it in people's stomachs. Mannette also supposedly was doing something only referred to on the poster as "bed" that I neglected to mention in this edit. I vaguely remember her & Zack going in the room that the poster mentions. What they were doing I can only guess. I was probably too busy fucking my latest girlfriend - who mostly missed the entire festival b/c she was going to bed early in order to get up to go to work at the horse track stables at 5AM for some pathetic low wage. - February 4, 2010 notes from tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE