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MOCA at the Pacific Design Center (8687 Melrose, at San Vicente)
Wednesday, May 15, 2002 6:00pm - 9:00pm

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This will be the Los Angeles public unveiling of Metapet, an on-line virtual game created by Action Tank

Please join us at this reception for artist Natalie Bookchin and Action Tank.

Enjoy the premier of the world's first transgenic virtual pet game. The two-story MOCA gallery will be transformed into a virtual mix of a "gamie" environment and corporate office parody.
- Play the game
- Enjoy DJs spinning mp3s
- Partake in the wine & beer tent
- Receive special giveaways, metapet stickers and stress ball bones

RSVP: or 323-466-5141

On May 15, 2002, Creative Time is pleased to launch Metapet, an on-line virtual pet game by Action Tank: a collaboration between Natalie Bookchin and Jin Lee. With Metapet, Action Tank explores the complex social and political issues surrounding genetic engineering and corporate behavior. To preview Metapet go to Metapet is part of DNAid, Creative Time’s ongoing series of commissions addressing themes and issues related to genetics, and was produced in association with Hamaca.

In Metapet, Action Tank playfully takes on three cultural behemoths: the biotechnology industry, the electronic gaming industry, and corporate culture at large. To play Metapet is to enter a world in which the uncooperative worker is replaced with a genetically engineered human. The player, who manages the worker-pet, is responsible for motivating it to work hard and efficiently with incentives such as mugs, raises and vacations or modifications like dietary changes and plastic surgery. Creative Time’s launch of Metapet marks a new phase in the evolution of artist-made games and stakes out new territory for independent, creative practitioners.

Metapet will also feature minigames by guest artists including: Plagiarist,a.k.a. Amy Alexander, Davis & Davis, Carmin Karasic, Jeff Knowlton, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Naomi Spellman, Karl Mihail and Tran, T. Kim-Trang of the Gene Genies, and Paul Vanouse.

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Natalie Bookchin is currently a 2001-2002 Guggenheim Fellow and a Member of the Faculty at CalArts.

Natalie Bookchin- Resume

2002 “Hypertekst”, Mobile exhibition, Flemish-Brabant, Belgium
The University Art Museum, Santa Barbara (forthcoming)

2001 The Cultural Space El Tanque, Center of Photography Santa Cruz de Tererife, Spain
“seARchT Engines: di(sin)formation” Video Festival of Pamplona, Spain Art Futura, CCCB Barcelona, Spain
Mediarama 2001, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Sevilla, Spain “Animations” P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY Link_Age, Video Brazil Festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil Game Show, MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts
"Double Life" Generali Foundation, Vienna, Austria
The e-Media Gallery, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne, Australia
"Short Stories," Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan, Italy
"The Altoids Curiously Strong Collection," The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY
La Compagnie Marseille, France
“Inter media Exhibition The University Art Gallery, University of Denver Central Michigan University
"Paradise Now," traveling to University of Michigan Museum of Art,
The Tang Teaching Museum
Art Gallery at Skidmore College
Carnegie Mellon
Tulane University
Ovni Convocatoria, Tenerife, Spain

2000 Festival de Video, Navarra, Spain
"Dystopia + Identity in the Age of Global Communications," Tribes Gallery, NYC
Interferences Festival, Belfort, France
"Paradise Now," Exit Art, New York City
"Liquid hacking Workshop," Kunstverein Nuernberg, Germany
"Over_Game," the Netherlands Media Art Institute, The Netherlands
Constant-Verbindinger-jonctions 4, Brussels, Belgium
New Media Space, Brussels 2000,Belgium
"Tenacity,” Shedhalle, Zurich, Switzerland
University Art Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
Freestyle Festival, Terrassa, Spain
Beachwood Center for the Arts, Beachwood, Ohio
Fylkingen, Stockholm, Sweden
<img src> Williamson Gallery, Pasadena Art Center, California
"Feedback," Union Gallery, State University of New York, Stony Brook
"Shift-Ctrl: Computers, Games and Art," Center for Art and Technology, UC, Irvine
"Art Entertainment Network," Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN
Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City

1999 "Game Show,” Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington
"Viper," International Film, Video and New Media Festival, Luzerne, Switzerland
"The Self, Absorbed," Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington
"Come into my Millennium," Melbourne International Film Festival, Australia
"Cracking the Maze," SJSU, CADRE Center
"Net_Condition," ZKM Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe Germany
Steirischer Herbst, Graz
"The Altoids Curiously Strong Collection" traveling to:
Clementine Gallery, New York City
Centre Gallery, Miami-Dade Community College, Miami Florida
insideArt, Chicago, Illinois
Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, California
San Francisco Art Institute
"Second International Show of Art in CD-ROM," Media Centre of Art & Design, Barcelona
" Amour-horreur," La Centrale, Montrèal, Canada
"Contact Zones," Cornell University, New York traveling to:
Hobarth and William Smith College, Geneva, New York
Centro de la Imagen, National Gallery of Photography and Multimedia, Mexico City, Mexico
Robertson Media Center, University of Virginia, Charlottesville.
Nickle Arts Museum, the University of Calgary
Atonal Festival, Glashouse, Berlin, Germany
Leonardo Electronic Almanac Gallery,
"Digital Documentary: The Need to Know and the Urge to Show," p_Arts, MN

1998 "Pandæmonium 1998," London England
"Ars Interruptus," Video Festival, Pamplona, Spain
"SEAFair 98", Center for Computer Arts & Soros Center for Contemporary Arts, Skopje, Macedonia
"Ave.Com," Art for the Computer, Arnheim, The Netherlands
European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany
"Beyond Interface," Walker Art Center,
Lovebytes Digital Arts Festival, Sheffield England
"Viper," Internationales Film-Video- und Multimedia Festival, Luzerne, Switzerland
"Vidéoformes," Video et arts électroniques, Clermont-Ferrand Cedex, France
"Dissolving the Walls: artists and fuzzy logic," Art In General, New York City

1997 Ciber@RT III, International show on New Technologies, Art & Communication, Valencia, Spain
Installation, ISEA 97, Chicago, Illinois
"Re-Inventing the Box," ISEA 97, Betty Rymer Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
"Art at the Anchorage," Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, Creative Time, Brooklyn, NY
"Signs for Rottweil," Kunst Forum, Rottweil, Germany
Gramercy International Art Fair, Gramercy Park Hotel, New York City
"The Electronic Muse," University State Museum, Washington State University
"Magazine," Spot Gallery, New York City
Limn Gallery, San Francisco, California
"Techno Seduction," Cooper Union, New York City
"Postmasters Digital Projects," Postmasters Gallery, New York City

1996 "New York Digital Salon," Visual Arts Museum, New York City
Postmasters Gallery, New York City
"The New York International Video and New Media Festival,” New York City
"The Bridge," Siggraph 96 Art Show, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

1995 "Photography after Photography," Aktionsforum Praterinsel, Munich, Germany traveling to:
Kunsthalle, Krems, Austria
Stadtische Galerie, Erlangen, Bavaria, Germany
Branderburgische Kunstsammlungen, Cottbus, Germany
Museet for Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark
Fotomuseum, Winter, Switzerland
Finnish Museum of Photography, Finland
Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia
Adelaide Festival, Australia
Faculty Exhibition, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
"Conceptual Textiles," John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, California

1994 "From Head to Toe," Longwood Arts Gallery, Bronx, New York
Visual Arts Faculty Biennial, University of Maryland Baltimore County
"Maryland on View," Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, Maryland

1993 Installation, School 33 Art Space, Baltimore, Maryland

1992 Visual Arts Faculty Biennial, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Open Studios, Whitney Museum Independent Study Program, New York
"Drawing New Conclusions," Betty Rymer Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Artists Space Benefit, Artists Space, New York
"Malibu: Myth and Reality," Bess Cutler Gallery, Santa Monica, California
"Speak," Randolph Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1991 "Warp and Woof, Comfort and Dissent," Artists Space, New York
"Comfort," Christopher Grimes Gallery, Santa Monica, California
"Playing House," One Person Exhibition, Franklin Furnace, New York

1990 "Gigantic Women, Miniature Work," Gallery 2, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

1989 "Natalie Bookchin, Lauretta Hogin, Wendy Jacob, Barbara Koenen," Gallery 2, School of the
Art Institute of Chicago

1988 "Photography as Unfaithful Witness," NAME Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

1986 "Small Works Show," BACA Downtown, Brooklyn, New York

1992 Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Studio Program
1990 Master of Fine Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
1984 Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts, Suny Purchase, New York

2000 Formed Collective: “Action Tank”
1998 – 2000 Member of the collective RTMark
Projects documented at
Press available at

2001-2 Faculty Development Fund, CalArts.
Guggenheim Fellowship
California Arts Council Artist Fellowship
Creative Capital (Second Round - Selective Project Funding) Commission from HAMACA, (a platform in Barcelona made up of six local art institutions) Barcelona, Spain

2000-1 MECAD\Media Center for Art and Design, Barcelona, Spain
Honorary Mention in the .net category of the Prix Ars Electronica Commission from Creative Time partially funded by the NY State Council for the Arts /The Daniel Langlois Foundation/The Andy Warhol Foundation
Creative Capitol

1999 Millay Colony, New York (invitation only)
Center for Metamedia, Hermit Foundation, Plasy, Czech Republic
Jerome Foundation/Walker Art Center Grant (with Alexei Shulgin)
1998 Banff Centre for the Arts New Media Co-Production
1996 Constance Salton Foundation for the Arts Grant
Light Works Grant (offered)
1995 Maryland State Arts Council Award (first prize)
1993 Maryland State Arts Council Award (first prize)
1991 Art Matters Inc. Grant
1990 Art Matters Inc. Grant
Artists Space/Artists Grant
James Nelson Raymond Fellowship (First place award for graduating students at School of
The Art Institute of Chicago)
1988 Ruttenberg Scholarship

1997 – Member of the Faculty, California Institute of the Arts, School of Art (Photography and
Present Integrated Media Programs)
1996-8 Lecturer, Visual Arts Dept, Univ. of California, San Diego
1995-6 Assistant Professor, Art Media Studies, Syracuse University
1992-5 Assistant Professor, Visual Arts Department, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

2002 “Introduction to Net Art”, Connections: Art, Network, Media (École nationale
supérieure des beaux-art) edited by Nathalie Magnan and Annick Bureaud
“SWITCH”, “search+curatorial+models” February 2002
2001 Interview for “What’s your story” at
“For the Love of the Game”, Artbyte Magazine, Nov-Dec p. 60-68. Interview for Crumb New Media Curating resource Website and CD-ROM
2000 Interview for The Second International Digital Art Festival (IDAF) Seoul, Korea
Interview in Art for Networks, BBC Online November, 2000
"The Female Question" real [work] Catalogue, the Werkleitz Biennale, Germany
Project in Johan Grimonprez's in Inflight Magazine, CANTZ, verlag, Stuttgart
"RTMark Web Watch," Artbyte Magazine
1998 Respondent, "Shock of The View," Walker Art Center
"Heath Bunting" Olia Lialina's The First Real Net.Art Gallery
1996 "The Databank of the Everyday," Leonardo, Volume 29, Number 5, 1995
"Databank of the Everyday," Visual Proceedings, Siggraph 96
1994 "A Wretch Like Me," White Walls, A Journal of Language and Art (Fall-Winter).
1992 "Bifocal Borders: A Collaboration," Art Papers (January/February), pp. 40-1.

2001 Hangar, “Made in Hanger,” Barcelona Triennial and, Barcelona, Spain
La Compagnie, Marseille, France
The Art Academy in Munich, Germany
2000 "Direct Action as a Fine Art," MACBA -Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, Spain
"Liquid Hacking Laboratory," Kunstverein Nuernberg, Nuernberg, Germany

2002 Artist Presentation, Rhizome LA
Panel Disucssion, Architecture and Design Museum, LA
Visiting Artist Lecture, Critical Studies, CalArts, LA
Visiting Artist Lecture, Matrix, USC USC Art School, LA
Visiting Artist Lecture, Public Art Course USC Art School, LA
Visiting Artist Lecture, Cornell University
Power and Play in Digital Art and Culture, Creative Time, NY (forthcoming) Luna Park Symposium, Luna Park Project and the Museum of Contemporary Art, LA (forthcoming) Panal Discussion “Genetics & Culture”, UCLA (forthcoming) “Art and Biotechnology” Nomads + Residents, LA
2001 Poster for “Very Cyberfeminist International” Hamburg, Germany
Visiting Artist Lecture, Art department of the Universidad Europea de Madrid CEES Presentation, “Made in Hanger,” Barcelona Triennial and, Barcelona, Spain
Round Table, Art and the Internet, the Ministry of Education and Spanish Culture, Madrid

Online Forum-Art Center NABI, Seoul Korea,
American Film Institute and California Arts Council Digital Arts Workshop Panel, Los Angeles "Game_Over" Lecture, Vitoria, Spain
Conference of the Usability Professionals Association (UPA), Las Vegas
Visiting Artist Program, University of California, Irvine
"Really Wired Series", New Langton Arts, San Francisco
California State University, Sacramento, California
Berkeley's Art, Technology, and Culture Colloquium, University of California, Berkeley
Guest Lecturer, University of California, Davis
Guest Lecturer, CalArts
Panel Discussion, FUN, NYC
"The Mixed Media Series," Maryland Institute, College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland
Graduate Seminar, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Santa Barbara Art Symposium, University of California, Santa Barbara
Visual Arts Department, University of California, San Diego
Medienforum and The Art Academy in Munich, Germany
L'ecole des Beaux Arts de Dijon, France
"NetSplit", Panel Discussion, Künsterlhaus Bethanien and Transmediale festival, Berlin, Germany
Instituto Europeo di Design, Madrid, Spain
Escuela Technica Supeior de Arquitectura, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Ecole d'art d'Aix en Provence, France
La Compagnie, Marseille, France

2000 Plug-in, Basel, Switzerland
MECAD/Media Center for Art and Design, Sabadell, Barcelona, Spain
digital_is_not_analog meeting Bologna, Italy
CyberFeminist Working Days, Brussels, Belgium
Conferencia de Arte, Callus, Spain
"Liquid Hacking Laboratory" Kunstverein Nuernberg, Nuernberg, Germany
Border Hack, Tijuana, Mexico
"real[work]," the Werkleitz Biennale, Werkleitz, Germany
Zurich College of Art and Design, Switzerland
American Photography Institute, NYU, New York City
Performance, Shedhalle, Zurich, Switzerland
" Open_source," NAAO Conference, Brooklyn, New York
"Media with Attitude," Banff Television Festival, Banff Centre, Canada
"Tenacity," Conference, The Swiss Institute, New York City
Scripps College, Los Angeles, CA
Art Department, University of California, Irvine
Department of Design and Media Arts, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
"Digital Dialogues," Media Arts Department. Pasadena Art Center, CA
"Mediawork 15,” Pasadena Art Center, CA

1999 "Cut and Copy Forum," VIPER Festival, Luzerne, Switzerland
"Net Forum,” VIPER Festival, Luzerne, Switzerland
Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA
Panel Discussion, Society for Photographic Education Conference Presentation, Los Angeles, CA
UCLA Design Department, Los Angeles, CA
European Media Arts Festival, Osnabrück, Germany
"Techno-Performatives," Unnatural Acts Conference, University of California, Riverside
"Hacktivism, "SXSW Film and Interactive Festival, Austin, Texas
"Writing for Interactive Media," Victoria Independent Film & Video Festival, British Colombia,
"RTMark and Y2K Industries,” Roter Salon, Berlin, Germany
"Political Activism on the Net," Mikro Lounge, Berlin, Germany
1998 "Big Game Hunters," Conference, Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Canada
"Scope as Trope," ISEA 98(International Symposium for Electronic Artists), Manchester, England
"The Art Mainstream as the Enemy, " ISEA 98, Liverpool, England
1997 School of the Art Institute of Chicago
American Academy of Art, Chicago
1996 "Re-zoning 2," Spot Gallery, New York City
"Digital Dialogues" Pasadena Art Center, Media Arts Department, California
Syracuse University, Foundations Department, Syracuse, New York
1995 Rochester Institute of Technology, Photography Department, Rochester, New York
Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, California
Senoma State University, Rohnert Park, California

2002 Judge for the Webby Awards NetArt Category
2001 Judge for the Webby Awards Art Category
2000 LA Freewaves Festival Curator, "Street Action on the Superhighway" Nominating Judge for the Webby Awards Art Category
Selection Committee for Altoids Curiously Strong Collection Side Street Projects: Advisory Board for Six Degrees: Art in the Libraries
Judge for art@vifu selection, Germany
1999-2000 <> Organized series with 14 lectures and 20 workshops at the
Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, CalArts and the Cultural Center and Cinematek Laboratories in Tijuana, Mexico
1997 Mr. Net Art Contest Judge
1994-5 Programmer for Women's Caucus, 1995 National Conference, Society for Photographic
Education, Atlanta, Georgia

Advisory Board, Six Degrees: Art in the Libraries, Side Street Projects, Los Angeles Advisory Network for m-Cult, Finnish Centre for Media Culture.

2002, Eric Baard, “"Sit, Rollover, Work: An Employee Pet Game" The New York Times, April 1,2002 The Santa Clarita Daily News "New online game turns company workers into pets " April 2, 2002
2001 Artnews “canvas” p. 30, 12/01
“Extended Play “ TechTV, Episode 37-01 Air Date: 11/30/01.
Mark Glaser, The New York Times, 08/09/2001,
“For the Love of the Game” Game Round Table, Art Byte Magazine (Nov-Dec 2001)
Charles Herold, “News Watch”, The New York Times, Circuits Section D3 6/7/01 Carly Berwick, "The New New-Media Blitz, ARTNews p. 113-114, April
Interview, Discovery Magazine, Radio France International (Feb)
R. Bosco / S. Caldana El Pais," Tribe Gallery expone la panorámica del," Jan 11.

2000 José Pérez de Lama, "Vanguardia Angelina-Alienígeno," Pasajes, Arquitectura y Critica 22, pp. 34-36.
ctr+shift art-ctrl+shift genter; Convergences of Gender, New Media and
ctr+Art, Axis, Bureau Voor de Kunsen V/M, 2000, p. 105
R Bosco/E. Caldera "Creadores Importando," Ciberp@is Revista No. 6, Nov 2000 p. 67.
Interactive Week, "Natalie Bookchin" 10/30/2000 p. 106.
R. Bosco / S. Caldana El Pais, El MACBA reúne a artistas" 10/26/00 p. 21.
Segundas Jornadas de artes y medios digitales, 2 al 5 de agosto de 2000
Fran Ilich, "", Sputnik Cukltura Digital, 7/20 p.20-22
"Arte e Interactividad" Centro Cultural España-Córdoba, Córdoba- Argentina
Greene, Rachel, "Web Work; A history of Internet Art" Artforum 4/00(reproduction)
Artbyte Magazine, "Net Net Net" April 2000
Barbara Basting, Tages-Anzeiger, Zurich 7/11/00,"Zum Beispiel Natalie Bookchin"
Barbara Basting, Feulleton; Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, "Konnen Sie den Tratsch verstenhen?", 8/20/00 p.48
The Centre international d'art contemporain de Montréal Electronic Art Magazine; March 2000
Mirapaul, Matthew, "On This Network, Nothing but Internet Art" New York Times on the Web
Mirapaul, Matthew, "The Latest in Digital Art: Stunts and Pranks" New York Times on the Web
Mirapaul, Matthew, "More Grants for Digital Artists" The New York Times, 1/1/00
1999 El Pais Digital "Arte.Rede 1999" (
Berry, Josephine,"The Unbearable Connectedness of Everything " Telepolis 9/28/99
Updike, Robin The Seattle Times, "The Self, Absorbed" Art Review 9/14/99
Margeson, Doug Eastside Journal Art Review 9/10/99
Rivoire, Annick "L’écran noir du Net" 10/18 99
Burgoyne & Faber, The New Internet Design Project Reloaded (Universal Publishing, 1999) pp.
Mirapaul, Matthew, "Art as a Game, and Games as Art" The New York Times on the Web
XX Files, CKUT 90.3 FM Radio interview, Montreal, Cananda
Baumgarten, Tilman, Interview with, tax, die tageszeitung
Taz Berlin lokal Nr. 5738 vom 18.1.1999 (Berlin daily newspaper)
Berlin Online (radio interview), 1/99
1998 Spalter, Anne Morgan, The Computer in the Visual Arts, (Addison-Welsey Longman, Inc
1998) pp.137-8.
Mandelbaum, Audrey, "Paradoxes of Progress, “ The New Art Examiner, Feb 1998 pp. 25-29.
Bosma, Josephine, "net.artists and" Intelligent Agent
Grassmuck, Volker Berlin Digital, "Kunst, Nicht-Kunst oder Netz-Kunst,"
Grassmuck, Volker Berlin Digital, "Internationale Netzkünstlerinnen kürten am Samstag den "Mister Net.Art,"
Mirapaul, Matthew, "War of the Words"The New York Times on the Web 1/8/98
1997 Mirapaul, Matthew, "With the Desktop as a Canvas,"The New York Times on the Web 12/18/97
Neuman, Norie “Review of ISEA”, Arts Today, ABC Radio National, Australia, 10/16/97
Carmin Karasic, “”, The Thing,
Glueck, Grace, "Push A Show's Buttons and It Pushes Back," The New York Times (9/20/97) p. B22.
Art Journal (Spring 1997, Vol 56 No.1) p. 12.
Manovich, Lev, "What is Digital Cinema?" Telepolis ( Munich: Verlag Heinz 1996.
Reprinted in: Digital Dialectics; New Essays on New Media ed., Peter Lunenfeld, (MIT Press, 1999)
Telepolis 2 (June 1997) p. 42-57
On line:
Blimp Film Magazine (Graz, Austria, 1997)
Skrien 217 (Ansterdam, 1997)
Internet.Galaxis (Budapest, 1998)
Trax (
1996 Palmer, Laurie, Art Review, Fiberarts (March/April, 1996) p. 64 - 65.
1995 Iglhaut, Rötzer, eds., Photography after Photography (Berlin: Verlag der Kunst, 1995).
Easton, William, "Shifting Perceptions, " Fiberarts (Summer 1995) p. 47-48.
1994 Dorsey, John, "Refreshing Insights in Art,” The Baltimore Sun (Oct. 7,1994).
Greenberg, Melinda, "Timely Art," Baltimore Jewish Times (Oct. 7, 1994).
Giuliano, Mike, "Gallery," City Paper (Feb. 16, 1994).
Waters, Leslie, "Art Review," Warfield’s Business Record (Feb. 11, 1994).
Dorsey, John, "Art Review, " The Baltimore Sun (Feb. 2, 1994).
1992 Dorsey, John, "The fine art of technology," The Baltimore Sun (Oct. 8,1992).
Collins, Susan Alexis, "Speak," The New Art Examiner (May 1992), pp. 32-3.
Sherlock, Maureen, "Home Economics," Arts Magazine (Feb. 1992), pp. 55-6.
McCracken, David, 'Randolph Street Show Speaks Volumes," Chicago Tribune (1/24/92) p.64 1991 Patricia C Phillips, "Natalie Bookchin," Artforum (May 1991), pp. 148-9.
Letter Ex, Chicago’s Poetry Newsletter, (Feb.1991), Issue #61.
1989 Wynne Delacoma, S.A.I.C looks past turmoil at triumphs," Chicago Sun Times (8/13/89) p. (E) 5.
1988 Abigail Foerstner, "Convincing Lies," Chicago Tribune (May 13, 1988) pp. 77 - 8.


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