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ASAP Events at Sea and Space Office/Studio
Saturday May 16 from 4:00-7:00 p.m.

The After School Arts Program (ASAP) presents
Jeff Foye and Gordon Winiemko on “The Conversation, or a Case Study in Social Practice” at Sea and Space Explorations.

Jeff Foye and Gordon Winiemko tackle the burning question "What's Wrong with Relational Aesthetics?" -- with object lessons, cooking sessions, map making, photo taking, movie clips, and trips through the landscape of a year-long, politically-charged, drama-filled Social Gesamtkunstwerk. Though the kitchen sink will not be included, dinner will be served.

To help shed some light on the relational part of their relational aeshetics, Jeff and Gordon will be joined by Catherine Auman, MFT. Catherine is a spiritual psychotherapist and astrologer with advanced training in both traditional psychology as well as the wisdom traditions.


Jeff Foye and Gordon Winiemko could hardly come from more different areas of the country, yet where they are “coming from” as artists could scarcely be more similar. And yet, what unites them artistically is exactly what unitesplaces as geographically disparate as Fullerton, California and Detroit, Michigan. Growing up, Jeff and Gordon watched the same movies and TV shows, played the same games, went through the same rites of passage ... and now, they focus their artistic practice on those very same institutionalized models for sociability and expression that our culture has to offer.


Catherine Auman, MFT is a spiritual psychotherapist and astrologer in LosAngeles, California. She has advanced training in both traditional psychology as well as the wisdom traditions. Catherine¹s distinguished 25+year career in psychology has included working in virtually all aspects of mental heath: private practice, psychiatric hospitals, chemical dependency treatment centers, residential treatment, and consulting nationally with mental health facilities. She was previously Director of Behavioral Health Services at Glendale Memorial Hospital, Redlands Community Hospital, and the Alpha Recovery Center, and has taught psychology and counseling at JFK University and for the University of Phoenix.



After School Arts Program (ASAP) provides innovative and experimental arts programming for artists, curators, historians and critics interested in continuing their education in the visual arts.

ASAP is a not-for-profit community service offering lectures, salons, workshops, critiques, exhibitions, film screenings and publications. Dedicated to producing an educational and creative space outside of the university system, ASAP is a bridge between the rigors of academia and the plasticity of the natural world. Supporting programs/curricula that might not exist with in a university setting, ASAP is committed to experimentation and the ideology that the current status quo for arts education is not the most effective method for engaging contemporary audiences. ASAP does not advocate a superior method for communicating ideas visually but rather promotes alternative modes of understanding.

visit ASAP at: http://asap-la.blogspot.com/