Wanted: Audiovisual Rosetta Stone. Must decrypt possibly significant movements and sounds from a lost -- and therefore avant-garde -- culture. Rush to: The Audience, Education of the Girlchild, ADF | Arts
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Wanted: Audiovisual Rosetta Stone. Must decrypt possibly significant movements and sounds from a lost -- and therefore avant-garde -- culture. Rush to: The Audience, Education of the Girlchild, ADF

Posted by on Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 7:10 AM

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Feel like taking out the want ad above after seeing last night's performance of Meredith Monk's Solo from Education of the Girlchild ? Or are you one of the ones who have it all figured out now?

Weigh in with your decryptions, translations, speculative anthropology and just plain opinions in Comments, below. We'll screen all responses -- have to, due to spam -- but we will publish every non-spam reply.

No petroglyphs, please.

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