Saturday, August 4 at MASS MoCA, noon-5pm: Techne; Extension Exorcises: Karen Adelman, Corey Fogel, and Liz Glynn will activate Glynn’s five-part installation of The Archaeology of Another Possible Future with a series of improvised movements and sounds. Overlaying the structure and themes of the analog record featured in the SOUND CAVE, the three will activate the space, exploring themes of presence and embodiment in contrast to the post-human architecture of the installation. Experimental percussionist Fogel will use old tools and industrial detritus to construct a rhythmic score, while Adelman’s haunting vocals will punctuate the space. Glynn will draw upon her recent experiments in movement research reconstructing and remixing gestures of exhaustion and labor in this former factory space. The performance will unfold durationally throughout the day, and audience members are invited to come and go throughout.
Sarah Charlesworth, Liz Glynn, Paul Pfeiffer, and Kelley Walker in “Picture Industry: A Provisional History of the Technical Image, 1844 - 2018,” curated by Walead Beshty, at LUMA Arles, October 12, 2018 - January 6, 2019.View Source
50 Years of Paula Cooper Gallery: 2018 marks 50 years of exhibitions, as well as performance, poetry, and music events, for Paula Cooper Gallery.View Source
January 17, 2018 Carl Andre Tauba Auerbach Céleste Boursier-Mougenot Cecily Brown Sophie Calle Beatrice Caracciolo Bruce Conner Mark di Suvero Sam Durant Matias Faldbakken Charles Gaines Liz Glynn Robert Grosvenor Hans Haacke Douglas Huebler Michael Hurson Julian Lethbridge Sol LeWitt Christian Marclay Justin Matherly Peter Moore David Novros Claes Oldenburg & Coosje van Bruggen Paul Pfeiffer Walid Raad Joel Shapiro Rudolf Stingel Dan Walsh Kelley Walker Meg Webster Robert Wilson Jackie Winsor Bing Wright Carey Young Gallery News Permalink
Public Art Fund has commissioned a new work by Liz Glynn titled Open House. The work transforms Doris C. Freedman Plaza into a “ballroom” featuring opulent Louis XIV replica furniture from the original space but with a twist—her furniture is recast in concrete, a populist material more commonly seen in modern architecture. On view March 1 – September 24, 2017 at Doris C. Freedman Plaza, Central Park, NYC.View Source