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Yearly Archives: 2006

Steve Lambert Show #8

Long Distance
With the recent move to New York this week’s show is on Long Distance Relationships. Listen to it in the browser, or download the show below.

If you’d like to be a part of future episodes, call 530-554-4399

Episode 8: Long Distance Relationships | mp3 download – 54.5mb

And check out past shows:
Episode #1
Episode #2
Episode #3
Episode #4
Episode #5
Episode #6
Episode #7

Developed at Eyebeam:


Eyebeam Fellow

Eyebeam Facade

On November 15th 2006 I started an 11 month fellowship at Eyebeam in their Open R&D Lab. Here’s a video of some recent projects at Eyebeam. I’m working with 3 other fellows and two senior fellows on projects for the public domain. Mine will focus on art works that involve sustainable energy production. I will post finished projects here, but if you’re interested in more work-in-progress details, the OpenLab just started a blog.

The space is in the Chelsea district of Manhattan and the OpenLab is open to the public at set hours each week. If you’d like to visit, contact me and we can arrange a time.

Steve Lambert Show #7

Episode 7: Killing Not Killing

Building on last weeks theme, life and death situations, this weeks show carries over with a focus on killing and not killing. We hear from a Navy medical worker, a National Guard Recruiter, a former ROTC member, a butcher, and more.

This show features original sound work from John Davis.

Episode 7: Life and Death – Killing and Not Killing | mp3 download – 54.5mb

And check out past shows:
Episode #1
Episode #2
Episode #3
Episode #4
Episode #5
Episode #6

Frank Prattle with Harrell Fletcher

On Saturday October 28th I will be on the Frank Prattle radio show hosted by Zeferey Throwell. The guests will be myself and Harrell Fletcher, one of my favorite artists. It should be casual and a lot of fun.

The show airs from 1-2pm on Saturday October 28th on Pirate Cat Radio in San Francisco (also in Los Angeles, but I’m not sure if they air the same broadcast) on 87.9 FM. Afterwards it will be archived on the Frank Prattle site.

Samaras Project

We Own It Street Team

The Samaras Project is a series of postcards promoting alternative economies existing within capitalism; worker owned co-operatives, gleaning, gift economies, open culture, and local currencies. The cards were distributed to white-collar workers through a “street team” organized by the Anti-Advertising Agency.

Download PDFs of the postcards at the Anti-Advertisiing Agency site and read more at

The Samaras Project is a collaboration with Dara Greenwald and Josh MacPhee for the Anti-Advertising Agency.

Panel Discussion at Dancer’s Group

A Panel Discussion on Women and Advertising
in Conjunction with Jo Kreiter/Flyaway Productions’
“The Live Billboard Project”
Saturday, October 7, 4-6pm

Join “Live Billboard Project” co-producers Flyaway Productions and Dancers’ Group for a discussion on representations of women in the public advertising arena. Panelists include:

– Jo Kreiter, Choreographer and Director of “The Live Billboard Project”
– Jennifer Berger, Executive Director of watchdog organization for women in advertising About-Face
– Metzi Henriquez, Coordinator of the Central American Resource Center’s Second Chance Tattoo Removal Program
Steve Lambert, CEO of the Anti-Advertising Agency
– Moderator Krissy Keefer, Dance Brigade Artistic Director and Congressional Candidate

Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts
2868 Mission Street, SF, 1?2 block from the 24th Street BART along Muni Lines 14, 14L, 48, 49 and 67.

Panel Discussion at The Lab

The LAB presents
Some Assembly Required – An Artists Talk

Moderated by Mike Arcega and Steven Wolf
With Taro Hattori, Jesse Houlding, Steve Lambert, Francis McIlveen, Yuki Maruyama, and Dan Nelson

Wednesday, September 27th, 7 PM
$3-10 sliding scale admission
At The LAB, 2948 16th Street @ Capp, San Francisco

Please join us for a panel discussion in conjunction with The LAB’s first-ever juried exhibition. This project invited artists to submit work that requires assembly. This phrase is open to interpretation–it can be read as a play on the word assemblage, that the artist needs to assemble his or her work in some way. It can also be read, perhaps with the writings of Alain Robbe-Grillet in mind, to suggest that the work must be assembled by the viewer in order to have meaning. A broad array of work in all media with diverse content, including both objects and performance, is included.

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