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2B - Thursday, February 19, 2009

The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

The Daily Arts guide to
upcoming events in Anr
and the surrounding are

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Today 2.19.09
Arts and the Environment
Installation Project: Earth
12 p r.
At the Duderstadt Center
Free
500 Years of American
Grapes and Wines: A Remark-
able Journey
1 e..
At the Wlliam Clements Library
Free
"Unveiling a Black Hole at the
Center of Our Galaxy"
7:30 p.m.
At 1800, ChemistryBuilding
Free
Tomorrow 2.20.09
Urban Flow
7:30 p.m.
At the Duderstadt Center Media Room
Free
Accelerando (Basement Arts)
7 p.m. and 11 p.m.
At Walgreen Drama Center
Free
Po' Girl
8 p.m.
At the Ark
$15
Saturday 2.21.09
RFD Boys with Jimmy Gaud-
reau & Moondi Klein
8 p.m.
At the Ark
$15
The Von Bondies
At the Blind Pig
$te
Sunday 2.22.09
Charles Trees Album Listen-
ing Party
9:30 p.m.
At the Blind Pig
Free
Please send all press releases
and event information to
artsa michigandaily.com.

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millions of girls clawing hysterically at
the air.
1:1
Thousands of microorganisms die when
Joaquin Phoenix shaves his beard.
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In an effort to get money during the
economic crisis, the Academy Award for
Best Picture is given to Pepsi.
8,000:1

as Brothers' 3D movie results in

High five
A notable Ann Arborite gives five
answers to a curious question.
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Danielle Abrams
Assistant Professor, School tofArt & Design
Which works of art influenced
you the most?
"Bliz-aard Ball Sale" by David Hammons: In New York, there's a lot of
street sellers, particularly in more of the working class neighborhoods. I'm
not sure what neighborhood exactly, but it was a place where you'd expect to
see street sellers, and (Hammons) sold beautifully constructed snowballs (as a
street performer).
Anything John Waters: I love "Polyester" and "Pink Flamingos." When I
first started making art, I realized, wow, I could really make work about raunchy
stuff, and it could have a lot of meaning. The things in society that people all do,
and all know about and talk about - but it has become taboo in high culture.
"Flesh," "Trash" and "Heat" by Paul Morrissey and Andy Warhol: For
very personal reasons. I grew up in the early '70s in New York - there were
junkies on the street. Their existence was a response to the crisis we were hav-
ing. I love the way Warhol and Paul Morrissey made these films (about that).
Usually you can rent these in the cult sections.
"The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test" by Tom Wolfe: I'm interested in the
underbelly of culture. What happens when you scratch off the veneer of cleanli-
ness? Purity. And you get to something that's really about the crust: the banal.
Fluevog Shoes: Designed in Vancouver - Fluevog shoes are very clunky
and they're very industrial, sort of a post-punk. Yeah, you should look them up
online.
TRAILER REVIEW
INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS
THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY
Here's hoping World War II movie fatigue hasn't set in yet, because Quentin
Tarantino is about to get his gory hands on the genre. His take on Nazi-killing
is exactly what one would expect: lots of gunfire, goofy speeches and guys with
swastika tattoos on their foreheads. And Brad Pitt in a Clark Gable mustache
screaming for Nazi skulls. This movie is going to make John Wayne turn over in
his grave - and that's a good thing.
ANDREWLAPIN

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MIRROR IMAGE
A dark sorcerer must traverse a land
full of demons, platforms and a lot oflpur-
ple. The player must draw an axis and the
geometrically proficient mage will reflect
himself across it, appearing as a mirror
image on the other side. There are plenty
of tricks, from monsters that chase you to
mirrors that reflect your path. See you on
the flip side.
Find it at:
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KARATE KING
A relatively simple fighting game,
"Karate King" places you in a dojo
under siege by wimpy ninjas who you
have to pick up, throw, punch and kick
through a series of levels. Every so often
a challenging and gargantuan boss will
appear and you'll be forced to be careful
with your attacks, timing fast punches
with slower, stronger kicks.
Find it at:
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Link yourself into Washington, DC, at Georgetown University this summer.

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in the nation's capital.
e Network with professionals who can help you advance your career.
e Enjoy the Georgetown shopping district, area parks, national monuments,
museums, art, night life, and nearby Maryland and Virginia beaches.
e Take advantage of an opportunity that can happen only this summer at
Georgetown.

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international studies, theology, gender studie:

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