Christine Lagorio

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Jejune Institute and Elsewhere by Christine Lagorio
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Departing a clandestine appointment in a San Francisco office tower, Jejune Institute inductees puzzle over an encrypted instruction key.

Roadworks: Experimental Printing with Heavy Machinery by Christine Lagorio

In a once-yearly street-printing event, the San Francisco Center for the Book breaks out a tractor-like road-roller to compression-print linoleum block works.

Chelsea on Ritalin: Oaklands Art Murmur by Christine Lagorio

Venturing to Oakland’s monthly Art Murmur expecting a quiet gallery stroll would require a vast underappreciation of the shiny vibrancy of Oakland’s art scene. Instead, it’s like a more populist, lower budget Chelsea…on Ritalin.

Tete a Tete: Winston Goertz Giffen and Andrew Macy on Visual Art and Music Making by Christine Lagorio
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“Nobody likes to go see a band that just sits there and plays their music and doesn’t seem like they’re having a good time.”

Wings for Words by Christine Lagorio
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Christine Lagorio reflects on the peaceful Wings for Words: New Bookworks from Korea and Japan at the San Francisco Center for the Book.

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