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KJ Baysa
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Lives in LA <-> NY
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Robots can make you do surprising things, says Alexander Reben, whose talking bots have elicited secrets from passers-by, festival-goers and even astronauts.
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50 ARTISTS • 15 LANDS • 5 VENUES • 1 WEEKEND:
THE JOSHUA TREENIAL

Memorial Day Weekend • 22 - 25 May 2015 • Joshua Tree, California
and environs

Site-Responsive Installation Art and Performance in the High Desert
Website: www.joshuatreenial.com

This inaugural event is co-founded and co-curated by Dr. KJ Baysa of the Honolulu Biennial Foundation and Bernard Leibov of BoxoPROJECTS.
Contact: info@joshuatreenial.com

VENUES: BoxoHOUSE • The Integraton • Art Queen • The Palms • Joshua Tree Astronomy Arts Theater

SPONSORS: BoxoPROJECTS • Honolulu Biennial Foundation • Copper Mountain College
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CROSSINGS - photographic series solo show by Andrew Binkley on view now till May 4, 2015 at the Vietnamese/Asia/Pacific Fusion restaurant, The Pig and the Lady, in Chinatown, Honolulu. Although we are not holding an opening reception, we will be holding a closing event near the beginning of May.

“'Crossings' is composed of photographs of an alley market in Suzhou, China, shot from an overhead perspective during various periods of time. These multiple images of people passing by on their daily routines are then layered together, merging in and out of each other. In capturing these fleeting encounters, 'Crossings' works with the themes of intersecting or sharing paths, integrating or transforming relationships, as well as the unknown or transient connections between people through time.” -- Andrew Binkley

The Pig and the Lady
83 N. King St., Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
t: 808-585-8255
http://www.thepigandthelady.com
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Very imaginative presentation! Please LIKE this video to help a friend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Re52zagaM&feature=youtu.be
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Hawai'i's artists take on the world at the 2016 Honolulu Biennial.
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Jon Staub and Lawrence Seward were the jurors for Contact, the important and impactful exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art School (10-21 April 2014). Maile Meyer and Momi Marla Musick were its co-organisers.
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Finally here!! Joshua Treenial - www.joshuatreenial.com
Site-responsive installation and performance art in the California High Desert in and around Joshua Tree, California. 22-25 May 2-15 - Memorial Day Weekend. Check website for events and hours!
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Pleased that my 2009 article for ISE Japan on artistas Mexicanos de la herencia Japonesa is re-posted.
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Towaki Eduardo Ito Cervera and girlfriend at Eiki restaurant with Koan Jeff Baysa. Worlds Within Worlds. Part of what I quite enjoy as a curator is discovering unexpected cultures within other cultures. In d'Asie d'Afrique, the exhibition that I opened both in New York and in Hong Kong, ...
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Wednesday 25 March, 7:00PM
Emilio Chapela's book, Die Kurt F. Gödel Bibliothek, is being presented in New York this Wednesday and will be on sale for $50. Have it signed!
Luisa Reyes Retana will moderate a discussion on books and libraries by Penelope Umbrico and Carla Herrera-Prats.
Henrique Faria, 35 East 67th St, 4th floor, New York, NY
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Medical Avatar addresses empathy and effective communication between physician and patient with its Visual Symptom Tracker <http://medicalavatar.com/products/visual-symptom-tracking/>.
Doctors are evaluated for technical skills, but not for having empathy.
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"Hawaii can be viewed as being in the middle of nowhere . . . or the center of everything . . . "  --KJ
Hawai'i's artists take on the world at the 2016 Honolulu Biennial.
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This is another one of the wonderful 'Umeke | Umbrella events <www.honolulubiennial.org/umeke-umbrella> occurring around the dates of the Chain of Fire: the Prologue Exhibition for the 2016 Honolulu Biennial <www.honolulubiennial.org>.
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Medical Oversight for Feature Film|TV • International Art Curator • Medical Screen|Writer
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3 grandsons - Ikaika, Kekoa, Liam Baysa
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    Medicine, 1983
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An accessible laboratory devoted to hosting (and instigating!) creative projects that use the medium of scent.

I've used Enterprise several times before and have always been happy with the service, especially at the Venice Boulevard location in California where the agents have repeatedly delivered service above and beyond what is expected. The most recent rental, picking up and returning at the Phoenix airport was marked by friendly and efficient pickup service through kiosk and agent; the dropoff was marred by the confusion of the agent who created a traffic jam in the return lanes by misdirecting cars that blocked other returning cars, that then resulted in customers being helped out of order, causing frustration in others, especially those who were cutting their rental car return a bit too close to their boarding times.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This guest house was recommended by an artist friend in Delhi. It conveniently arranges (for a fee) for a hotel driver to greet you at the airport (there's return service, of course). I was surprised but not daunted to find out that one has to walk, with luggage, from the taxi drop off site on the street through narrow passageways (an adventure!) to the hotel. The reception staff was quite helpful and considerate. I brought chocolate covered macadamia nuts for the owner (hope he shared them). The off-season 30% discount was very much appreciated. The available tours are convenient and of relatively good value, but my trip to Sarnath was marred by the hired driver not taking me to the various designated spots, plus I wasn't informed that the great archeological museum (no photos allowed) there was closed on the day that I chose to go (check first). The pre-dawn river tour by a laconic rowing (no motor) wiry guide was amazing and worthwhile.The persistent badgering by self-proclaimed ghat "priests" after the tour was unnerving. My room #15 was capacious, clean, and had great views. Next time I will try #14 for its loftier panoramic views. It was reassuring that the AC systems had backup power. Internet access in my room was wonky, and I, like others, frequently had to go to the reception area that is served by a different router for consistent service. I was alarmed by the wandering monkey that went from balcony to balcony to my room's outdoor hanging rattan chair, and made a crappy mess on the patio (it's famous for pilfering, so don't leave things on the patio nor leave the patio door open). The rooftop restaurant's food is standard fare, but enjoyable especially in the cooler evenings for its spectacular view (and because they serve beers). I had nice meals at the adjacent hotel and adjacent cafe. There are various pleasant areas in the guest house in which to lounge and nosh. The Ganpati Guest House gets two thumbs up!
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Public - 6 months ago
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