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Esopus 8 (Spring 2007)


Artist’s Project: Neil Goldberg

By Neil Goldberg

“Missing the Train” documents a frustrating experience common to every NYC straphanger.


Found Object: Collective Struggles

Recovered by Steve Weyl

A letter discovered in 1975 in a hiding place beneath a cottage in Palo Alto, CA


Singular Network

By Headlong Dance Theater

The Philadelphia troupe documents the creation of Cell, a participatory dance piece.


New Voices: “Carter and the Kid”

By Stuart Nadler

Fourth in our series of fiction by never-before-published authors


Paintings for Cash

By “Penelope”

An anonymous dispatch from a parallel art universe


Modern Artifacts 2: “Dear Miss Miller…”

Introduction by Michelle Elligott

Correspondence between two legends: artist James Lee Byars and curator Dorothy Miller


Artist’s Project: Dawn Clements

By Dawn Clements

“I Put Marc’s Sculpture on the Kitchen Table” (foldout)


This is Neil Greenberg. Neil Draws Maps.

Maps by Neil Greenberg; interview by Fritz Swanson

A Detroit resident creates—and charts—entire cities from his imagination.


Artist’s Project: Allen Ruppersberg

By Allen Ruppersberg

“House of Cards” (10 removable inserts)


Guarded Opinions 2

By Wendy Iraheta and Ruben Green; edited by Paul VanDeCarr

Hammer Museum guards offer critical perspectives on works by Moreau and Degas.


Angus Trumble’s 2001 In Retrospect

By Angus Trumble

One year. One page. (Eighth in a series)


Esopus CD #8: Spam

The scourge of cyberspace serves as inspiration for 10 musical acts including Owen Pallett, Frida Hyvönen, and The Submarines.


Spread from Esopus 8 featuring facsimile versions of James Lee Byars’s correspondence