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Radiohole | Glad To See You Go

June 2018

Glad to See You Go, Radiohole's 14th original performance project, is being developed in residency at the Collapsable Hole in the winter and spring of 2018. Performances for the public will be held in early June at the Collapsable Hole in 2018. Glad to See You Go is funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

What is The Collapsable Hole?

The Collapsable Hole is performance space at Westbeth Arts in New York City’s West Village. It is run by a group of eight artists and artist-run organizations. Originally founded in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2000 by Collapsable Giraffe and Radiohole in what was a run down garage, the first Hole was a home for "an approximate inventory of New York's most innovative artists” (Village Voice) and had a run of 13 years. After a few years in the wilderness, the Hole has been resurrected in new form but with its irrepressibly unruly ethos intact.

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