Owen Kydd: “Suzannegeiss.net” for Suzanne Geiss Company
August 5 – August 11
Suzanne Geiss Company presents suzannegeiss.net, a series of online artist projects. Each week the domain suzannegeiss.net will be handed over to a diferent artist or group. The content of the site will be dictated by each collaborator for their given week – the gallery having no part in the design or content. This project takes a look at the multifaceted use of the web in relation to artistic practice. Owen Kydd lives and works in Los Angeles. Kydd uses video cameras to record events of near stillness, or what he calls durational photographs.
Essex Olivares: “Office Riddim” at Lisa Cooley
Performance: August 9, 12-6PM
107 Norfolk Street
Essex Olivares (New York-based duo) will present an ongoing performance/installation that considers the notion of a musical score in relation to a start-up business.
Carroll Dunham, Joe Bradley, Michael Williams: “Summer Drawings” and Project Room by Brian Belott at The Journal Gallery
July 12 – August 9
Opening: July 12, 6-9PM
106 North 1st Street, Brooklyn, NY
Hong-Kai Wang: “The Musical Condition of Reasonable Conspiracy” at Lisa Cooley
Performance: August 10, 5PM
107 Norfolk Street
A phone interview between Hong-Kai Wang and the Australian composer Chris Mann on “composer’s conspiracy” is transcribed into a script reenacted by two theatrical performers. Two New York-based composers (Marina Rosenfeld and C. Spencer Yeh) intervene/contribute to the scripted conversation as they see fit. Participants include Jim Fletcher, Rosie Goldensohn, Marina Rosenfeld, and C. Spencer Yeh.
Rock Art and the X-Ray Style in Brighton Beach
Opening: August 10, 2-8PM
Ryan Foerster presents a group exhibition at his Brighton Beach home. This show includes work from Sebastian Black, Jacob Kassay, Rochelle Goldberg, Win McCarthy, and many more.
Stuart Sutcliffe: “Yea Yea Yea” at Harper’s Books
Opening: Agust 10, 6-8PM
87 Newtown Lane, East Hampton
Curated by Richard Prince, Yea Yea Yea marks Stuart Sutcliffe’s first U.S. retrospective since 2001. This exhibition will be accompanied by a limited edition booklet featuring an essay by Richard Prince and published by Harper’s Books. Of an edition of five hundred copies, fifty will be signed by Richard Prince and Stuart’s sister Pauline, and five will include original artwork by Prince.