IN PRACTICE PROJECT SERIES: OPEN CALL FOR PROPOSALS
DEADLINE: JANUARY 15, 2007The In Practice
project series supports artists in creating new work for exhibition at SculptureCenter. We invite artists to submit proposals for projects and installations to be presented beginning in the summer of 2007.The works and exhibitions created through this series include sculptural objects, installations, performances and artworks that operate between all of these disciplines.
Guidelines, an FAQ, and downloadable building floorplans and images may be found at www.sculpture-center.org/pe_ip_about.html.
January 15, 2007.
Your proposal must be in our office by this date.
Site visit dates:
December 2-3, 2006
February 28, 2007
Questions? Email us at email@example.com.
I think Betty‘s works fit nicely in this exhibition. Kori Newkirk‘s piece kills.
All photos Â© Marcus Leith, 2006, Alien Nation, ICA, 2006
“Imagine a kung fu flick in which the martial artists spout Situationist aphorisms about conquering alienation while decadent bureaucrats ply the ironies of a stalled revolution. This is what you’ll encounter in RenÃ© ViÃ©net‘s outrageous refashioning of a Chinese fisticuff film. An influential Situationist, ViÃ©net stripped the soundtrack from a run-of-the-mill Hong Kong export and lathered on his own devastating dialogue. . . . A brilliant, acerbic and riotous critique of the failure of socialism in which the martial artists counter ideological blows with theoretical thrusts from Debord, Reich and others. . . . ViÃ©net’s target is also the mechanism of cinema and how it serves ideology.”
( via The Postmodern Anarchist )
I find so much pleasure in this. David Hammons doesn’t always like his 2d works to be “framed and hung,” so many of his basketball drawings lean.