Category Archives: Glasshouse

Upcoming performances (Perform Love, Perform Bureaucracy) + some housekeeping.

I have a few performances this month as part of the Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival (BIPAF). The first of these is coming up this Thursday, July 18th, at IV Soldiers. I’ve been invited to perform with the No Wave … Continue reading

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Party Box: Complete Experience Documentation

More images from Party Box last week at Glasshouse. This gives a sense of the whole story, including its aftermath, which was on display.

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Party Box: Aftermath

  A few documentation photos from the unveiling of Party Box last night at Glasshouse. All images courtesy of Lital Dotan and Eyal Perry. (Note: people in towels not generally included with performance, but it was a nice extra.) I … Continue reading

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Party Box has left the building.

The box is en route via Deutsche Post to Glasshouse, to be deployed by its receivers. Join the party on November 30th, 2012.

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Party Box (sketch & update)

untitled (Party Box, after Rirkrit Tiravanija) “Sociability is the art or play form of association, related to the content and purposes of association in the same way that art is related to reality. [. . .] While it is a … Continue reading

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Tiravanija homage thoughts.

I am working to develop a new piece for a Rirkrit Tiravanija homage at The Glasshouse in November. This will be the first event that I’ve created to occur without my presence as either performance or facilitator. All supplies for … Continue reading

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