A Time-Laps film by Dots Obsession – Alive, Seeking for Eternal Hope is a special installation for a limited time, September 1 through 26, where Kusama has created an “infinity room” experience with the Glass House itself covered with polka dots. Visitors who attend the exhibition during this period will be offered the unique experience to simultaneously see the world through the eyes of both Philip Johnson and Yayoi Kusama. The Glass House’s window walls and doors allow the artist to create a one-of-a-kind signature “infinity room.” The polka dots directly engage the architecture of the Glass House, complementing its structure and aesthetics, breathing new life into the house. For Kusama, the polka dot represents an individual, its own universe. Similarly, Philip Johnson created his own private universe at the Glass House, sculpting every aspect of landscape experience into his own universe.
Matthu Placek was invited by artist Robert Melee to contribute a performance at The Kitchen. Over the course of 2 nights only, Matthu shared his pictures and his thoughts on Living Forever.
Robert Melee's Talent Show
Wednesday-Thursday, June 23-June 24 2010
Artist Robert Melee returns as the curator of another evening of dance, performance art, music, and video.
Organized as an evening of introductions between artists that Melee admires, each artist presents a short performance or video that unfolds in a talent show format on a stage set of Melee's own design. Melee also adds to the showcase with the presentation of a new performance.
Performances by artists including Blanko + Noiry, Austin McCormick, Ryan McNamara, Melee, Mirror Mirror, MPA, and Matthu Placek, as well as videos by Frank Benson & Nancy de Holl, Kate Gilmore, Marilyn Minter, Jack Pierson,Jacolby Satterwhite, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and other surprises.