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Green Room
The Way We Work - Southern Exposure's 30th Anniversary Exhibition
Southern Exposure
September 10 – October 23, 2004

Welcome to the online home for Green Room, Stretcher's project for Southern Exposure's 30th anniversary exhibition, The Way We Work. During the course of the show, Stretcher hosted live interviews at Southern Exposure which were broadcast to a local audience over Neighborhood Public Radio at 88.9 FM. Video highlights of each week's event are archived here.

– Amy Berk, Ella Delaney, David Lawrence, Cheryl Meeker, Meredith Tromble


Friday, September 10, 2004 – OPENING 7-9 pm
Stretcher presents interviews with The Way We Work artists conducted during installation.

Artists: MendeDesign + Volume Design (San Francisco, CA)
Neighborhood Public Radio (NPR) (Oakland, CA)
Red76 (Portland, OR)
Jon Rubin and Stephen Wight (Oakland & Berkeley, CA)
United Net-Works (Stockholm, Sweden)

  Saturday, September 11, 2004
11:00am-1:00 pm: co-publisher Ella Delaney presents 9/11 Stories, a Live Salon connecting San Francisco and New York City. Among her guests is new media artist Sharon Grace.
  Saturday, September 18, 2004
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: co-publisher Meredith Tromble presents A Conversation with Chris Bratton, artist and president of the San Francisco Art Institute.
  Saturday, September 25, 2004
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: co-publisher Amy Berk presents The Collaborative Aesthetic, a live, in-house dialogue artists including the Mail Order Brides and the collective, Thread, who use collaboration as a key part of their working process.
  Saturday, October 2, 2004
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: presents Tag Team. Stretcher co-publisher Meredith Tromble interviews Walter Robinson and Tim Sharman.

Saturday, October 9, 2004
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: co-publisher Cheryl Meeker and Dan Spencer, associate dean at the California College of Arts, present At Home in the Green Studio. Making themselves at home on the Stretcher studio set, Dan and Cheryl explore implications suggested by the set itself.

Special guests: artist Cliff Hengst, musical duo Larry Gallagher and Joe Seehee and artist collaborative team Fletcher+Reichert.

  Saturday, October 16, 2004
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: co-publishers Meredith Tromble and David Lawrence present A Meditation on Networks, a discussion with painter, Amy Ellingson and digital artist, Pete Ippel about the many ways networks are affecting culture.
  Saturday, October 23, 2004
11:00 am - 1:00 pm: interviews Jon Winet and guests from the collaborative team Crane|Winet about their project 2004 - America and The Globe, which focuses on the 2004 US Presidential elections and democratic practice in America.


Thank you to everyone involved in the making of Green Room:

Furniture - Steven Cabella,
Stage - Benjamin Young, Project Artaud Theater
Camera - Lluis Valls, Theatre of Yugen

Southern Exposure interns and volunteers:
Judy Castro
Michele Diener
Brittany Powell
Chika Sato
Charlene Tan
Joe Vigil
Paul Zografakis

Southern Exposure Staff:
Courtney Fink, Executive Director
Corinna Press, Associate Director
Kristen Evangelista, Gallery and Program Manager
Helena Keeffe, Artists in Education Program Director
Jaren Bonillo, Youth Outreach/Docent Program Coordinator

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