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1:1 is proud to present its final exhibition ALL THE BEST PEOPLE. 1:1 was conceived as a year-long collaborative art piece, opening a discursive space at the physical location of 121 Essex St. For this exhibition we have gathered together artists whose work embodies the spirit of 1:1, all committed to rupturing the banal: politically, socially, and aesthetically (which we recognize as inseparable). This exhibition and its sequence of performances and events culminates on February 14th with a Valentine’s day feast as well as BLOOD, the final installment of Whitney Vangrin’s performance trilogy BLOOD, SWEAT, AND TEARS, signaling not the end of 1:1 but its transmutation into another form. As Genesis BREYER P. ORRIDGE would put it, 1:1 is dropping its body, before it is forced to ossify. Come celebrate this transformation and bask in the ongoing series of excitements and provocations 1:1 initiated in its first year of existence.
The American Museum of Natural History and Sundance Film Festival Present Encore Screenings of Coral: Rekindling VenusPresented by American Museum of Natural History
Coral: Rekindling Venus, a video installation created by Australian artist Lynette Wallworth that immerses viewers in the stunning underwater realm of fluorescent coral reefs and exotic sea creatures, returns by popular demand to the American Museum of Natural History on January 22-24 in collaboration with the Sundance Film Festival. As part of this limited engagement, Walworth will participate in a Q&A via Skype from Park City, Utah after the evening screening on Wednesday, January 23. Coral: Rekindling Venus is a selection of the Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier program, which showcases films, media installations, multimedia performances, and panel discussions that explore the convergence of film, art, new media technology, and storytelling.
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