I Zoom Results!
Keith Wilson and Jordan Stein in conversation with Linda Mac and Mikee LaBash
February 16, 2021

In parallel with I Get Results! Frank Moore for President 2008, an exhibition on view at Cushion Works from ​January 20 to March 6, 2021.

Join Linda Mac and Mikee LaBash, Frank Moore’s closest collaborators, as they talk campaign turkey, the ins and outs of official write-in status, the stakes of personal and political freedom, and most importantly, living and learning with Frank Moore. Linda and Mikee shared a home and family with Frank for decades and collaborated on countless projects, including a radio station, public access television program, numerous publications, a series of durational, participatory performances, and the Outrageous Beauty Review, a cabaret of bad taste held at legendary San Francisco punk club Mabuhay Gardens.

Frank Moore was a Berkeley-based performance artist, shaman, poet, essayist, painter, musician, and Internet/television personality who experimented in art, performance, ritual, and shamanistic teaching since the late 1960s. Two of his oil paintings are part of the permanent collection at BAMPFA, his extensive archive will be held by the Bancroft Library at UC Berkeley.

Linda Mac was Frank Moore’s lover and partner in crime for almost 40 years. She is currently immersed in organizing Frank’s archives and publishing his work. Linda is the co-producer of the documentary series “Let Me Be Frank” and is the Treasurer of Inter-Relations, the non-profit church established by Frank in the late 1970s.

Michael LaBash is a designer and artist who was in an intimate relationship with Frank Moore and Linda Mac for 25 years. He designs all Inter-Relations books and websites, is co-producer and editor of “Let Me Be Frank,” and serves on the board of Inter-Relations.

Keith Wilson is a filmmaker and artist based in San Francisco whose work has been exhibited at Sundance, the Berlinale, South by Southwest Film Festival, the U.S. National Gallery of Art, documenta14, and the Museum of Modern Art. He teaches in the Film & Media Department at UC Berkeley and has an MFA in film production from the University of Texas-Austin. Wilson is presently working on a documentary film about Frank Moore.