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noahjfoster.com

If a word could NOT lie, I would write it. Instead, visit noahjfoster.com

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I love Project Artaud.

I don’t live or work at Project Artaud, but I’m there on a regular basis. Carrie Nardello (a visual artist at Project Artaud) is a good friend and coming down to Project Artaud is always a rewarding experience – whether it’s to attend an event…

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Rocket Studio

I lived at Project Artaud in 1976-77 in the Rocket Studio on the first floor. (The door had a painting of a rocket on it and lettering: Peter’s Rocket Studio?? or something like that) There was also a little door in one of the windowpanes…

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Under the Radar

I was an under the radar resident of Torque Motel; I came in as a nanny for Birdie, caring for her daughter Sam (late 75 to late 76). A flaky 18 year old, I was drawn to Artuad because my brother Larry had lived there…

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Last Train To Artaud

I was seventeen in 1973 when my best buddy and I hopped a freight train in Pasco, WA, hoping to make it alive to Project Artaud. Three years earlier, a girl from San Francisco moved into the house down the street from my parents in…

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