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"I think of trash as a record of existence. They’re the archeological evidence of the present moment. History is permeating everything, whether you know it or not." —Abigail DeVille
New in the ART21 New York Close Up series: Artist Abigail DeVille stalks the streets of Harlem with a trash-laden push cart, creating temporary sculptural interventions along the way.
IMAGES: Production stills from the ART21 New York Close Up film, Abigail DeVille’s Harlem Stories. © ART21, Inc. 2014.
Ferdinand, fantasy elements and garbage bags - check out how Eureka Suitcase is taking a modern spin on The Tempest!
Thurs 8/29 7p
Fri 8/30 7p
Sat 8/31 7p
Sun 9/1 7p
Borbay’s hour-long painting condensed to a less than a minute time-lapse at ARTPROV last weekend.Ben Rauch hidden behind the canvas on the piano, Rory Scholl hosted and fast-forwarding improv by The Creative Outlets.
The finished piece:
Everything is somewhere. Part installation, part image-driven theater, “Loss Machine" unearths a world of lost items, misplaced thoughts, and fractured journeys all housed within an intricately detailed set. Intimate in scale, this wistful one-man show combines puppets, objects, sound, and original music, in a visual exploration of loss and discovery.
In a tower filled with life’s debris, a collection of characters move through an ever-changing apparatus with their shared emotional journey driving the mechanical process forward. Digging through layers of the everyday and the fantastical, the piece examines what is found when all has been lost. Photo by Tyler Korth, Design by Cory Loven.
"… [Kyle] Loven has crafted a remarkable mechanical structure that keeps revealing its wonders." -The Seattle Times
More photos from the Flux Factory Not-So-Silent Auction
- "Barbara Bush" accepted an award and addressed the crowd
- Jenn poses with her purchased knockoff art by Louise Barry
- Moira Williams explained her custom garden boxes that were up for auction