APRIL 23 - MAY 15, 2016
An experiment in self-performing theater.
Concept and construction by Hanne Tierney
Engineering design by Oskar Stroutmannis
The 15 min. performance can be activated on demand by pressing the “start” button.
Unstrung, a concurrent installation of performing objects from Tierney’s previous work is on view in the gallery.
A series of outdoor exhibitions on the 500ft-long plywood wall that protects the construction site adjacent to FiveMyles.
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This project is made possible in part thanks to the generous support of the Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation.
STUDENTS AT THE INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
01/12 - 03/15
Faces, self-portraits by the students at the International high school at Prospect Heights
10/16 - 12/31
If I Could Build Anything I Wanted are three hand carved plywood panels that depict an imaginary landscape.
01/12 - 03/15
Sight, a giraffe portrait.
02/15 - 03/30
Subway Drawings, a series of sketches made on subway trips.
Ryan Clayton-Cox and Malcom Depalma
02/12 - 03/15
Evidence of Trespass, a series of pencil drawings.
01/15 - 03/15
Crown Heights, photographs of old houses in Crown Heights.
04/01 - 06/01
It's a Wonderwall, a series of large photographs.
04/23 - 06/19
Long Time Gone: Milou Takes a Walk, a 50 foot graphic novel in progress.