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From: articule <email@example.com>
Date: May 12, 2010 2:02:03 PM EDT (CA)
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Subject: Fwd: LIZ MAGOR LIZ MAGOR
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From: Liz Magor
Date: April 14, 2010 9:53:34 PM EDT (CA)
To: CRUM <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: LIZ MAGOR LIZ MAGOR
Dear CRUM – I have absolutely no recollection of doing this talk, although I believe that it may have taken place.
Please keep me informed of the proceedings on this 25th anniversary of the event. The address for receipt of my name tag is :
#XXX -XXX XXXXXXXX Street
Vancouver, BC XAX AXA.
Liz Magor Liz Magor
On 4/14/10 2:32 PM, “CRUM” <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Ms. Magor,
We wish to inform you that the Center de recherche urbaine de Montréal (CRUM) has appropriated information related to you that was recently found in the archives of the Montreal artist-run center articule. The piece of found information is a vintage mail-out bulletin that announces your artist talk at articule on Friday, April 16th (circa 1985). Please see the attached jpg image.
The CRUM has mailed out a copy of this archival artist talk announcement to the gallery’s current mailing list.
The members of the CRUM will be on location at 1012 rue de la Montagne (articule’s original address) to greet all those interested in hearing your talk on Friday, April 16, 2010.
The CRUM will be wearing blue name tags identifying each of the five members as, respectively, LIZ MAGOR, LIZ MAGOR, LIZ MAGOR, LIZ MAGOR, LIZ MAGOR and LIZ MAGOR.
As a small token of the CRUM’s appreciation for you and your work, we will also send you a name tag in the mail. We hope you enjoy it.
Please also find attached a Semi-Annual Report on the activities of the CRUM’s project to date.
CRUM is currently working on a project that offers its services as Documentalist in Residence to articule throughout the 2009-2010 programming year. This year-long commitment of service to the center, its membership and its larger public is part of the 30th anniversary of articule. As Documentalist in Residence, the CRUM has been working with articule’s archives to produce a series of artistic interventions exploring anecdotal truths and fictions in the centre’s 30-year history, and the broader context of artist-run culture in Canada. For more information on CRUM, please visit our web site at www.crum.ca
Please fell free to contact us with any questions or comments you may have.
Centre de recherche urbaine de Montréal
83, rue Ste-Marguerite