Extracurricular

Zine Release + TAAZ Closing Reception

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Closing reception 27 July 4-6pm

“I’ll be doing a zine release at the closing reception for the show Temporary Autonomous Aggro Zone at Marginal Utility in Philadelphia. The exhibition pairs my most recent work from the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark, NJ with Rick Charnoski & Buddy Nichols’ 1999 documentary film [...]

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LIVE PERFORMANCE by Rachel Mason: The Lives of Hamilton Fish

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LIVE PERFORMANCE by Rachel Mason: The Lives of Hamilton Fish
with Steven Dufala (formerly of Man Man)

April 15th 2014, 7:00-8:30pm (Door opens at 6:30)
Elaine C. Levitt Auditorium
Gershman Hall, University of the Arts
401 South Broad Street (corner of Broad & Pine Streets)
Philadelphia, PA 19102

The [...]

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Listening Party & Closing Reception

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for Stefan Martin: Selected Works exhibition

Saturday, 22 March, 2014
4:00-5:30 pm

John McInerney will play selections from his collection of Jazz 78rpm albums and LP’s that Stefan’s father David Stone Martin designed the cover graphics for. David Stone Martin produced illustrations for more than 400 record albums for labels such as [...]

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The NY Art Book Fair 2012

Printed Matter, Inc. presents
THE NY ART BOOK FAIR
September 28 – 30, 2012
Preview: Thursday, September 27, 6 – 9 pm
MoMA PS1

Marginal Utility is pleased to announce that it is participating in THE NY ART BOOK FAIR 2012.

http://nyartbookfair.com/

Rhetoric of Protest: Beyond Occupy

Saturday 17 March, from 6:00pm – 8:00pm

On the occasion of the exhibition Five Acts: Chronicles of Dissent, Marginal Utility will be hosting a discussion on the structure, imaging, and personal affect of protest. Please join us on Saturday, March 17 at 6PM for a conversation with two contributors to the exhibition, NAEEM [...]

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Intersections:
Race, Class, Gender and the Occupy Movement

Tuesday, 8 November, 5pm at the Occupy Philly Library

Machete Group Members Avi Alpert and Gabriel Rockhill in dialogue with Annika Thiem

Continiung our Confrontations series in experimental Public Pedagogy in support of the Occupy Together Movement, the Machete Group proposes a collective symposium on “Intersections: Race, Class, Gender and the Occupy Movement.” [...]

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Institutions and Interventions

The Problem of Social Emancipation from the Status Quo:
From Revolutions to Occupations

Thursday, 27 October, 7:00pm – 8:30 pm

Workshop for the Marcuse Society Conference Critical Refusals
Participants: Gabriel Rockhill (Villanova University, Collège International de Philosophie, Machete Group), Adam Takacs (Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary), Annika Thiem (Villanova University).

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Reform and Radical Social Transformation

Open Seminar by Gabriel Rockhill, Annika Thiem and Adam Takacs

Wednesday, 26 October, 2011 at 5:30pm

The Library of Occupy Philadelphia, Central Arch of City Hall (west side),
Intersection of Market Street and Broad Street, Philadelphia

As an extension of the Machete Group's Confrontations series (see “Capitalism and the State” and “Resistance [...]

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Hadassa Goldvicht: Prayers in the Office

Sunday, 23 October, 3pm 2011

Marginal Utility is proud to present a closing event/performance for Hadassa Goldvicht’s exhibition Songs for the Peacemaker.
In “Prayers in the office” Goldvicht continues to explore and deconstruct language and memory within the personal arena.
The performance is a collaboration and co production of Hadassa with [...]

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Capitalism and the State

Capitalism and the State: Machete Confrontation at Occupy Philadelphia

Friday, 21 October, 2011 at 5:45pm


Machete Group members Avi Alpert and Gabriel Rockhill in dialogue with Nancy Fraser and Annika Thiem

The Library of Occupy Philadelphia (SE Corner of Encampment)
City Hall, at the Intersection of Market Street and Broad Street, Philadelphia [...]

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