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April 6, 1989 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
Vi's in hot water. She's not sleeping with her husband anymore. Her kids think she's a shadow of her former self and the endless news of war on her Sony sends her into a suburban tizzy. Vi's a 13-inch rod puppet--as are most of the forlorn beings in her world. Pulling the strings: New York visual artist, Janie Geiser, who uses puppets to engage audiences about choices between involvement in social issues or passive alienation.
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April 6, 1989 | DOUGLAS SADOWNICK
Vi's in hot water. She's not sleeping with her husband anymore. Her kids think she's a shadow of her former self and the endless news of war on her Sony sends her into a suburban tizzy. Vi's a 13-inch rod puppet--as are most of the forlorn beings in her world. Pulling the strings: New York visual artist, Janie Geiser, who uses puppets to engage audiences about choices between involvement in social issues or passive alienation.
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