Here are some post-performance pictures of New Mythologists: The Three Horsemen of the Apocalypse at the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh, NC. The DEATH Logo has been revealed. The DEATH Logo is painted directly on the wall using semi-gloss acrylic house paint.
Here are some pictures of Defeated/Amputees (WAR) after the performative lecture-action during the opening of ‘And I Feel Fine’ at ATHICA on Friday, January 25th. Tiles from the installation were removed to reveal the wall painting, DEATH logo. The painting was painted on the wall using white semi-gloss acrylic interior house paint.
I would like to thank my wonderful assistants who participated in the performance by removing the tiles and handing them to members of the audience. Thanks to Kristin Karch, Jen Holt, and Hannah Fabian Bailey — you did a perfect job! I would also like to thank Agnetta Krechner for helping me paint the wall painting DEATH logo — your meticulousness was most appreciated. And last, but not least, I would like to thank all the people at ATHICA for their help and support, especially Hope Hilton, ATHICA’s Gallery Manager and Curator for this exhibition — thanks Hope!
Check out some images of Defeated/Amputees (WAR) from ‘And I Feel Fine’ at ATHICA (Athens Institute for Contemporary Art). These images are how the installation appeared before the performative lecture-action during the opening on Friday, January 25th (the next post will show it after). Each panel is 18″h x 24″w and is a silkscreened print on clayboard with tire rubber adhered to the surface.
For those of you who may be in Peoria, IL on March 5th, you can check out the 33rd Bradley International Print & Drawing Exhibition at the Heuser Art Center Gallery in the Contemporary Art Center at Bradley University (there’s an Art Chantry poster exhibit preceding the Bradley International in the same gallery!). The reception will be from 5-7pm. I am excited to be a part of this show because the focus is on experimental prints and drawings. The piece that was accepted into the show is, Jungian Whim (seen here) from 2007, my favorite traditional print that I still continue to get some mileage out of!