OPENING WEEKEND / MARCH 10-11

OPENING WEEKEND / MARCH 10-11 {3}

The Invisible Dog Art Center is thrilled to announce the opening of three solo exhibitions, one group exhibition, and in house artists open studios, all on Saturday March 10th. Download the press release here On the ground floor, R Justin Stewart’s sculptural installation Distorting (A Messiah Project 13C). In the garden gallery, Daniel Horowitz’s 365 […]

THE SMALL CIRCUS

THE SMALL CIRCUS {3}

SATURDAY MARCH 3 / SUNDAY MARCH 4 / PERFORMANCE / Le Petit Cirque [The Small Circus] is a complex sound object object made of wood, plastic, strings, springs and fragility.   A mere breath can set it vibrating.  Twelve small microphones draw resources from its interior. Le Petit Cirque is a circus.  Its handling is perilous, […]

MELTING GROUND

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18 / 7.30PM / MOVIE by Richard Garet and Asher Thal-Nir. The imagery  of  Melting Ground consists of an uninterrupted single handheld take, while flying in  a  helicopter over Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska in August  2005. Garet submitted the footage to  rigorous processes of digital manipulation, altering the takes natural condition, light, […]

WORKTREUE / G DOUGLAS BARRETT

WORKTREUE / G DOUGLAS BARRETT {0}

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17 / 7.30PM / MUSIC / PERFORMANCE / The German term Werktreue refers to the concept of historical authenticity in performance, the notion of fidelity to an ideal form of the artwork found, for example, in the musical score. While extensive discussions of historical authenticity appeared in the 1980s in American and English […]

REHEARSAL

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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 9 / 8PM / PERFORMANCE The Invisible Dog will host the REHEARSAL series, a works-in-progress showing of various types of performance— this week the choreographer and dancer Tara Willis will be showing a short piece, followed by a discussion in which the audience is asked to articulate their responses. The series curator Sophia […]

CATCH 49

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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 / 8PM CATCH is a multi-faceted, multi-disciplinary, rough and ready performance series-event put on every two months or so, usually in Brooklyn, NY. Curated and hosted by Jeff Larson and Andrew Dinwiddie and brilliantly administered by Caleb Hammons. Animals, Michelle Boulé, Megan Byrne, The Debate Society, Daniel Fish, The Sasparilla Sisters, Brian […]

A NIGHT OF MASH-UPS

A NIGHT OF MASH-UPS {0}

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 2 / 6.30PM / MUSIC Fortnight Journal 
presents three Fortnight contributors in collaboration. Centered
 around the viol consort of Edition II contributor, Elizabeth
 Weinfield, the night will comprise of several Renaissance pieces,
 poetry, and song.

 Sonnambula will be joined by poet Adam Fitzgerald (Boston Review, the
 Los Angeles Review of Books and The […]

AMERICAN REALISM

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SATURDAY FEBRUAY 4 / NOON TO 8PM / THEATER ‘American Realism’ is a one-day extreme endurance piece for eight actors, about contemporary labor, spoken through the voices of depression-era California migrant workers. Disassembling notions of realism and investigating the possibilities of reenactment without authenticity, this piece exposes the ennui of laborers, from dot-com start-up entrepreneurs to immigrant maintenance workers. The text […]

BENNINGTON ROADSHOW

BENNINGTON ROADSHOW {0}

TUESDAY JANUARY 17 / 7.30PM / READING Distinguished essayist Phillip Lopate and nine graduates of Bennington College’s MFA program in Creative Writing, will read their writing. Wine and book sales will follow. The event is part of an evolving cross-country roadshow of readings by the community of writers from the Bennington program. Phillip Lopate is famous […]

WHY I MAKE LIVE ART….

WHY I MAKE LIVE ART…. {1}

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1 / 7PM / PERFORMANCE WHY I MAKE LIVE ART (WHEN I’M NOT MAKING THE OTHERS)  will be an evening of current explanations by contemporary performance makers around the siren call of “liveness” in art practice.  The diverse panel will include individuals who situate their work across multiple genres: actor-writer Laine Rettmer, art […]