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Clara and Jennifer are in charge of The Chimney, a gallery in Bushwick lined with bricks and shaped like a big box with one major door, one minor door, and a chimney (the chimney). It can feel dark and foreboding compared to a classic bright, white gallery, and while that doesn’t limit the work, it certainly influences it: shows are curated to dramatize and fill the space. Multidisciplinary and international artists are of particular...
It is a vessel of darkness and a conveyor of light. It glimmers and it dims. It hangs and sits. It hums and looms. It heaves, and it breathes. It seems to absorb, and it seems to sigh, and it seems, as well, to seethe. Its nebulousness shifts, its mystery eludes. Ostensibly, it is alive. You might be in the body of a beast. Maybe it ate you. Maybe you let it. Maybe you wandered into its maw. Maybe you...
A weekly compendium of mostly Brooklyn-based, always edifying art events.  ISSUE PROJECT ROOM: $UCCESSOR — DEDEKIND CUT This is actually happening next week! But for fear the tickets will sell out, I'm including it this week. Dedekind Cut is Fred Welton Warmsley III, a musician, but this performance (organized by DeForrest Brown Jr.) of his forthcoming album $uccessor falls squarely in the performance art genre. Fog, cowboy hats, yoga mats, and Juliana Huxtable as DJ will all make an appearance. It's...

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