yep, you read that right: Introceptual Ghostland. You'd better sign up for this "Scrapworm Tour Adventure". I'm not at liberty to share tooooo much about this tour, but I will share everything I copied from HDB's email to me earlier: Attendees will arrive at NurtureArt to begin a "tour" of the historical Bushwick landscape, but soon, (allegorically unhinged from time) the foci of realities traversed will blur, fade...and surprise!
introceptual ghostland: a scrapworm tour adventure
(RESERVATIONS REQUIRED, call 718.782.7755 *There are only 10 reservations per show because tour is interactive and involves specific "gear" per participant
Presented as part of The Bushwick Biennial
Brian Jobe's installation is now complete (actually, it was complete over a week ago, but I was out of town all last week). Just getting around to posting these pictures of the finalized installation now. Be sure to walk down 26th street to see Tuft v. Turf (Fire Escape).
If you hurry on over to MoMA, beginning at 12:30 today, you get to see Tamara Gayer (yay!!! SHOUT OUT) speak. Info below:
Monday May 18th 12:30 – 1:30 PM
The Celeste Bartos Theater 4 west 54th Street New York, NY
5 x 20 x 20 is presented in celebration of a gift by The Judith Rothschild Foundation of approximately 2,500 works on paper by more than 650 artists that entered the Museum’s collection in 2005. The talks take the format of Pecha Kucha, an informal Japanese lecture style in which the artists discuss 20 slides of their work for 20 seconds each. The artists speaking on Monday the 18th: Kurt Kauper Tamara Gayer Rachel Selekman Dave Muller Gerry Hayes Randall Sellers