Remembrance of Phone Numbers Past: Radhika Calls Bombay, India

Radhika

Telephone Operator Loretta connects Radhika with Casablanca in Bombay, India during her Art in Odd Places: Number performance on Saturday, October 12th on 14th Street between Sixth and Eighth Avenues.

REMEMBRANCE OF PHONE NUMBERS PAST: a street performance evoking nostalgia from numbers. LuLu LoLo as “Telephone Operator Loretta” attired as a 1940 telephone operator complete with vintage headset will attempt to connect passersby with the earliest telephone number they remember. All callers will be invited to leave a voice message to the past.

Photo: Natalia de Campos.

Remembrance of Phone Numbers Past: Davidson calls Kitty Carlisle Hart in Heaven

Davidson

Telephone Operator Loretta connects Davidson with the late Kitty Carlisle during her Art in Odd Places: Number performance on Saturday, October 12th on 14th Street between Sixth and Eighth Avenues.

REMEMBRANCE OF PHONE NUMBERS PAST: a street performance evoking nostalgia from numbers. LuLu LoLo as “Telephone Operator Loretta” attired as a 1940 telephone operator complete with vintage headset will attempt to connect passersby with the earliest telephone number they remember. All callers will be invited to leave a voice message to the past.

Photo: Natalia de Campos.

Remembrance of Phone Numbers Past: Kay Calls Friends in Philadelphia

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Telephone Operator Loretta connects Kay with friends in Philadelphia during the opening reception for Art in Odd Places: Number on Friday, October 11 at Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza on 14th Street.

REMEMBRANCE OF PHONE NUMBERS PAST: a street performance evoking nostalgia from numbers. LuLu LoLo as “Telephone Operator Loretta” attired as a 1940 telephone operator complete with vintage headset will attempt to connect passersby with the earliest telephone number they remember. All callers will be invited to leave a voice message to the past.

Remembrance of Phone Numbers Past: Angela Calls Her Old Land Line

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Telephone Operator Loretta connects Angela with her old land line  on Ludlow Street during the opening reception for Art in Odd Places: Number on Friday, October 11 at Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza on 14th Street.

REMEMBRANCE OF PHONE NUMBERS PAST: a street performance evoking nostalgia from numbers. LuLu LoLo as “Telephone Operator Loretta” attired as a 1940 telephone operator complete with vintage headset will attempt to connect passersby with the earliest telephone number they remember. All callers will be invited to leave a voice message to the past.

Remembrance of Phone Numbers Past: Andrew Calls Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Ohio

Telephone Operator Loretta connects Andrew to his home in Cleveland, Ohio  during the opening reception for Art in Odd Places: Number on Friday, October 11 at Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza on 14th Street.

REMEMBRANCE OF PHONE NUMBERS PAST: a street performance evoking nostalgia from numbers. LuLu LoLo as “Telephone Operator Loretta” attired as a 1940 telephone operator complete with vintage headset will attempt to connect passersby with the earliest telephone number they remember. All callers will be invited to leave a voice message to the past.

Remembrance of Phone Numbers Past: Birce Calls Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, Turkey

Telephone Operator Loretta connects Birce to her family in Istanbul Turkey during the opening reception for Art in Odd Places: Number on Friday, October 11 at Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza on 14th Street.

REMEMBRANCE OF PHONE NUMBERS PAST: a street performance evoking nostalgia from numbers. LuLu LoLo as “Telephone Operator Loretta” attired as a 1940 telephone operator complete with vintage headset will attempt to connect passersby with the earliest telephone number they remember. All callers will be invited to leave a voice message to the past.

Remembrance of Phone Numbers Past: Marina calls a childhood friend

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REMEMBRANCE OF PHONE NUMBERS PAST: a street performance evoking nostalgia from numbers. LuLu LoLo as “Telephone Operator Loretta” attired as a 1940 telephone operator complete with vintage headset will attempt to connect passersby with the earliest telephone number they remember. All callers will be invited to leave a voice message to the past.

A project with Art in Odd Places: Numbers 2013.