Let Us Keep Our Own Noon
Fia Backström, Paul Branca, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Toril Johannessen, Emilie Halpern, Mishka Henner, David Horvitz, Zach Houston, Anna Lundh, Mylinh Nguyen, Rolu, John Sisley, Ed Steck, Penelope Umbrico, Matthew Vollgraff & Lucky Dragons.
West artist, David Horvitz (born in Los Angeles, living in New York), has curated an exhibition to open on the 2012 Leap Day. Themed around lost ideas of time, the show presents an array of international contemporary working artists, writers, designers, and musicians. Included will be painting, photography, video, artist-books, and more. Lucky Dragons will release Relax in a Hurry, which will be available as a free mp3 download on the West website. Pittsburgh based writer, Ed Steck will present a new text for the exhibition, A timestream in spaces: the cultic parody of time-induced capital. And a reader of collected writings and images relating to issues of the temporal, Today Was a Holiday Once Sometime, will be produced by David Horvitz, Matthew Vollgraff, and Mylinh Nguyen. It will be available in print and as a PDF download. Minneapolis based Rolu will design wooden chairs for the exhibition.
More info: west-denhaag.nl/exhibitions/12_03_Let_us_keep_our_own_noon/more1
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