EVERYTHING IS INDEX, NOTHING IS HISTORY

EVERYTHING IS INDEX, NOTHING IS HISTORY {1}

EXHIBITION / JUNE 2-17 / RECESSION ART / Everything is Index, Nothing is History explores a world chronicled by gestures and physical traces that establish a factual connection to the world independent of cultural codes. Nearly a century and a half ago, philosopher Charles Sanders Peirce defined index as a sign that is caused by that which it refers to. […]

HOLY RIVER

HOLY RIVER {4}

EXHIBITION / MAY 12 – 27 / Holy River is a multimedia exhibition by the New York based artist Prune Nourry, and curated by Tatyana Franck. Sculptures, installations, photographs and videos will take over the entire ground floor of the Invisible Dog.   The Holy River exhibition is the culmination of a three-year project on gender selection […]

PEN WORLD VOICES

PEN WORLD VOICES {0}

SATURDAY MAY 5 / LITERATURE / 8PM / MESSIAH IN BROOKLYN / This event ties into Distorting (A Messiah Project, 13C), an art installation created by R. Justin Stewart and curated by Risa Shoup. Writers will interact with a sculpture as they read about what we as humans are (or are not) perpetually waiting for. […]

CINE CLUB / STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

CINE CLUB / STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN {0}

SATURDAY APRIL 21 / 8PM / CINECLUB / STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN A Matter of Life and Death (1946) is a romantic fantasy film set in World War II by the British writer-director-producer team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. It was originally released in U.S. under the title Stairway to Heaven, which derived from the […]

ANONYME & NOS COUSINAILLES

ANONYME & NOS COUSINAILLES {0}

THURSDAY JUNE 7 / 6.30PM / THEATER / Anonyme and Nos Cousinailles are two ten minutes French plays inspired by the theme Retrouvailles (Reunion), featuring LLS students [The Language and Laughter Studio] in Brooklyn. Both plays were awarded at the Lycée Français of New York’s annual festival “Première Scène” on March 2012.  “Nos Cousinailles” won […]

THE SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY

THE SPOON RIVER ANTHOLOGY {0}

APRIL 24-28 / 8PM / THEATER / Edgar Lee Masters’ epic work , The Spoon River Anthology, will receive a staged theatrical production, conceived & directed by Jimmy Maize, with music by Eli Zoller, choreography by Jon Cooper & Marine Sialelli, and music direction by Ethan Wagner, and featuring a cast of one-hundred performers. In […]

MR HULOT’S HOLIDAY

MR HULOT’S HOLIDAY {0}

FRIDAY JUNE 15 / 3.45pm / CINECLUB JUNIOR Directed and starring Jacques Tati with a script written by Tati and Henri Marquet, Les Vacances de M. Hulot (Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday) is the story of a man going on a vacation to a beach where he unknowingly creates chaos every step he takes. The film is […]

PAQUERETTE

PAQUERETTE {0}

  DANCE / JUNE 14 – 15 / 8PM / FRANCOIS CHAIGNAUD – CECILIA BENGOLEA / Pâquerette welcomes the audience into a deep appreciation and debate of the human condition: the dancers search for gratification, the audience’s sense of curiosity and the human bodies’ holes as connecting points to an exterior and lonely world. The […]

SULLIVAN’S TRAVEL

SULLIVAN’S TRAVEL {0}

MOVIE / TUESDAY MAY 1 / 7.30PM /  A Fictive Kin Movie Night / Sullivan is a successful, spoiled, and naive director of fluff films, with a heart-o-gold, who decides he wants to make a film about the troubles of the downtrodden poor. Much to the chagrin of his producers, he sets off in tramp’s […]

DISTORTING (A MESSIAH PROJECT, 13C)

DISTORTING (A MESSIAH PROJECT, 13C) {2}

  MARCH 10 to MAY 5 / EXHIBITION /A sculptural installation overwhelming the ground floor of the Invisible Dog Art Center inspired by R. Justin Stewart’s research into the Jewish concept of the messiah and curated by Risa Shoup After two years of research, R. Justin Stewart, a professed agnostic, will install Distorting (a messiah […]