OTHER PURSUITS – CALEB HAMMONS

OTHER PURSUITS – CALEB HAMMONS {0}

TUESDAY AUGUST 4 at 7PM – ELASTIC CITY FESTIVAL – Twenty million adult Americans make art. Only two million earn their primary income from their practice. Should anyone in America expect to make a living as an artist? Talk participants will be asked to reveal how they identify on the artistic spectrum. This group of […]

CHAPEL – STEVEN AND WILLIAM LADD

CHAPEL – STEVEN AND WILLIAM LADD {0}

SEPTEMBER 12 – OCTOBER 17 – EXHIBITION – Chapel by Steven and William Ladd, will be presented at The Invisible Dog Art Center in the fall of 2015. The ground-floor will be transformed into a space for reflection with a confessional, a glass wall, and drawings. Chapel draws on the medieval gothic glass windows of […]

MASS PRODUCTION – MATHILDE ROUSSEL

MASS PRODUCTION – MATHILDE ROUSSEL {0}

SEPTEMBER 12 – OCTOBER 17 – EXHIBITION – For her exhibition at The Glass House curated by Gaelle Porte, Mathilde Roussel reflects on the way we transform our body to fight its deterioration, and ultimately, death. Prosthesis, graft, implants or even bodybuilding are contemporary practices that aim to redefine the contours and means of our […]

ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: A WANDERING SUKKAH – DANIELLE DURCHSLAG & RYAN FRANK

ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: A WANDERING SUKKAH – DANIELLE DURCHSLAG & RYAN FRANK {0}

SEPTEMBER 26 – OCTOBER 4 – Assembly Required: A Wandering Sukkah New Yorkers famously approach commuting with fierce focus, staring straight ahead of them or at the ground as they pound the pavement from one location to another. Assembly Required: A Wandering Sukkah is a fine art, interactive sukkah experience designed to visually and energetically interrupt this […]

QUEBEC DIGITAL ARTS

QUEBEC DIGITAL ARTS {0}

OCTOBER 22 – 25 – INSTALLATION – PERFORMANCE – The Conseil québécois des arts médiatiques (CQAM) presents the Quebec Digital Art Event. Displaying works in galleries and spaces across the city, the event is an opportunity to raise the visibility of Québec artists in the burgeoning American digital arts market. Exhibitions, installations and performances have […]

3C by 2FIK

3C by 2FIK {0}

October 31 – November 28 – EXHIBITION – In his third exhibition at The Invisible Dog, 2Fik reenacts random situations in our daily life in three locations, Quebec, France and Morocco. Displayed side by side as diptychs or triptychs, these photographed moments raise questions about the non-verbal communications that define each and every culture. 2Fik […]

IN YOUR HOUSE – JULIE TREMBLAY

IN YOUR HOUSE – JULIE TREMBLAY {0}

OCTOBER 31 – DECEMBER 30 – EXHIBITION – The project In Your House by Julie Tremblay at the Invisible Dog Art Center is first and foremost about occupying and transforming a site, which in this case is a Glass House. A glass house lacks a boundary a house usually provides: an opaque separation of the […]

WONDERLAND

WONDERLAND {0}

DECEMBER 5 – 30 – EXHIBITION – Welcome to Wonderland. The Invisible Dog’s second winter group show  – just in time for the holidays. This exhibition will feature paintings, photographs, sculptures, and illustrations from 20 different artists. You are sure to recognize artists from past exhibitions at the Invisible Dog and others from our studios […]

CLAP HANDS – JEN ROSENBLIT

CLAP HANDS – JEN ROSENBLIT {0}

FRIDAY JULY 17, 4-7PM, OPEN REHEARSAL – Jen Rosenblit, Clap Hands (new work in progress): come and go as you wish or stay ’til the end and take her out for a martini after. Free Admission Clap Hands is a mating call that looks to hail, disappear, disguise, displace and reveal the solo form, complicating […]

GENDER / POWER WORKSHOP

GENDER / POWER WORKSHOP {0}

JULY  6 – 11 – Gender/Power Workshop, Lead by Maya Ciarrocchi and Kris Grey, Gender/Power is a collaborative working methodology that includes performance, video installation, and workshops to directly engage with marginalized communities in order to address social justice issues around authority and gender. During this one-week session, Gender/Power builds a safe-space workshop using specifically […]