Feb. 13-26, 2004
Vol. 34, Issue 3
Back Issues
A Bold Plan
Turner: ‘The journey continues’
Raising the Bar
Headlines @ U.Va.
Research yields insight into working families
Team designs computer model to predict pathways of blood vessels
Yvonne Hubbard levels the playing field
Board discusses diversity, tuition and more
Faculty Actions
‘Traditions of Exemplary Women’
U.Va. Health System reaches out to uninsured
Linda Layne discusses pregnancy, feminism and health
Poet-critic Alan Williamson here as Rea Visiting Writer
‘Dada DJ’ and friends spin the vinyl Feb. 17
Manned Mars missions on the horizon

‘Dada DJ’ and friends spin the vinyl Feb. 17

Sometimes referred to as the “Dada DJ,” Christian Marclay has led djTrio, an avant-garde group of musicians, since 1997. The pioneer multimedia artist and “turntablist” will be in town Feb. 17 for a solo lecture, free and open to the public, at 3:30 p.m. in the Newcomb Theater and a live performance with djTrio at 8 p.m. in the Jefferson Theater. Improvisational turntable musicians Marina Rosenfeld and Toshio Kajiwara will join Marclay as the trio. Tickets are $12, adults, and $8 for students.

Through Feb. 29, Marclay’s “Telephones,” a collage of edited film clips of telephone conversations ranging from Alfred Hitchcock’s “Dial M for Murder” to Kevin Smith’s “Clerks,” will be on view at the U.Va. Art Museum.




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