A few things in this email:
+ Public Expedition in NYC on Tuesday, August 10th
+ Mike Hall - excellent videographer for hire
+ The Institute for Infinitely Small Things
1 - Public Expedition in NYC on Tuesday, August 10th
The last public expedition for infinitely small things got flooded by
unexpected thunder storms in New York City, so please consider attending the
Join us for a Public Expedition to find infinitely small things in Chelsea,
NYC. The Analysis of Infinitely Small Things is part of the show 1:100
curated by glowlab at the DCKT Contemporary. The first public expedition is
coming up this Tuesday - here are the details:
WHAT: Public Expedition to find infinitely small things
WHERE: Meet at the DCKT Contemporary - 537 W. 24th St. between 10th & 11th
WHEN: This Tuesday, August 10th @ 6PM. The expedition will last between 1-2
POST-EXPEDITION: Rumor has it that renowned collaborative artist Cesare
Pietroiusti is speaking at 16 Beaver (http://16beavergroup.org
) on Tuesday
night, so the expedition will move over there if that turns out to be true.
So far we have collected only 32 infinitely small things in Chelsea. We need
your help to collect as many as possible for the sake of research. Hope to
see you there!
1:100 exhibit -- http://glowlab.blogs.com/1_100/
DCKT Contemporary -- http://www.dcktcontemporary.com
glowlab -- http://glowlab.blogs.com/
2 - Mike Hall - excellent videographer for hire
Mike Hall shot and edited the video for Funerals for a Moment
) as performed at Glowlab's Psy.Geo.Conflux
festival in May in NYC.
Check out a snippet of the footage here:http://220.127.116.11/video.php?name=Funerals
We have to give him props because the video turned out amazing. If you are
looking for excellent documentation of your performance or time-based work,
consider working with Mike Hall.
3 - The Institute for Infinitely Small Things
The Institute for Infinitely Small Things has opened its doors to the
public. Current headquarters are in Portland, ME, with relocation to Boston,
MA, slated for August 15th, 2004.
The only way to fundamentally alter our world is via the discovery and
creation of infinitely small things. Before revolutions, ruptures, or
radical shifts there are infinitely small things that have led to miniature
reconsiderations, micro-displacements, and tiny leakages in the fabric of
The Institute of Infinitely Small Things is dedicated to the documentation
and creation of newnesses in order that the world might be entirely
transformed, radically reimagined, or simply reinvented from scratch.
The Institute for Infinitely Small Things is a research organization
dedicated to the discovery, creation, collection, construction and
documentation of all of the infinitely small things in the world, past,
present and future.
The Institute for Infinitely Small Things involves an infinite series of
maps, guidebooks, instructions, and scripts that guide public expeditions,
performative interventions and collaborative investigations from anywhere in
the world to anywhere else in the world.
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