Prospect.3 opens on October 25th, 2014.
From the P.3 website:
"The artist intends to work directly on blighted houses and empty public housing projects to, as the artist has described, ‘Connect them geographically, to tease out their spirit by pasting the lines of a play onto their face; to insert voice and accentuate aspects of their structure or color on the surfaces of the houses.’"
Read more about Lisa’s project here.
If You Can Tie A Hook, You Can Catch A Fish is a participatory performance that takes place in the form of a short lesson about tying fishing knots. The class will instruct participants on how to tie three different knots. Additionally, information about where to find recreational fishing locations in New York City, and tips for finding low cost fishing equipment, will be distributed. One of the main goals of the project is in the passing of knowledge from individual to individual. In doing so, the participants will be encouraged to both learn the knots and help teach them to any other participants that are sitting closeby.
October 10-12, 12:30pm daily
Hudson River Greenway, New York, NY
More on the Art in Odd Places website.
Curated by Kim Uchiyama
Thursday, October 16th, 7-10pm
Music Performance with Surprise Guest, 8-10pm
October 16th – December 13th, 2014
Kira Nam Greene, Soy George, collage & gouache on paper, 2014
Lynne Maliszewski reviewed the zines of last week’s New York Art Book Fair, and said of Pan’s publication, Trapper Keeper:
"Yet another sci-fi dystopia with words and images. This is a trippy one, and a beauty as far as printing quality and all those full-bleed images."
Read the full piece here.