October 19 - November 9, 1996
PASSWORD: FERDYDURKE *
On Saturday, October 19, Postmasters Gallery will open "Password:
Ferdydurke," an exhibition of new multi-media works organized by Tamas
The show will include video, film and slide projections and
installations, digital projects, sound installations and other media.
The artworks all share the use of dematerialized (projected, transmitted
or electronic) images within their varied framework.
The artists included are:
BIGTWIN, NATALIE BOOKCHIN, DAVID DIXON, KEN FEINGOLD, PETER FORGACS,
PERRY HOBERMAN, JONATHAN HOROWITZ, MICHAEL JOSEPH, ERWIN REDL, THOMAS
The show will literally begin on the street at the gallery door with the
"Ferdydurke" intercom piece, and then continue on the staircase leading
to the gallery, where Erwin Redl will install a 24 monitor digital
sculpture - one monitor on each step. Peter Forgacs - an established
multi-media artist, who currently represents Hungary at the Sao Paolo
Biennale, will exhibit an installation "Hungarian Totem" in which the
video of the pig being slaughtered is reversed, so the animal appears to
be put back together.
* FERDYDURKE is a title of a novel by Polish writer Witold Gombrowicz
(the favorite of the curator and his wife). As in the book, the title is
not meaningfully related to the exhibition's content.
SCHEDULED EVENTS October 19 -- November 9
the ART MOVING parasitic trilogy -first stop- a group show in a truck on
the street, in front of the gallery. October 19, 6pm - October 20, 6pm
The PLAINTEXT PLAYERS will perform "The Candide Campaign," a series of
original live online performances to take place on Oct. 22nd and 30th
and Nov. 5th and 8th on PMC MOO. [...]
DAVID DIXON " >^v< " ( film 105min.) October 23 and 24, 7pm
Alexander Karinski "BEST of the 3rd New York International Video & New
Media Festival." November 6, 8pm
Alexander Karinski "EXPLORING the Secrets of Treating Deaf-Mutes."
November 7, 8pm
Alexander Karinski "Round II of Dr. K's Transparent Circus of Medicine,
Pain & Science." November 9, 8pm
$ 2.00 SUGGESTED DONATION FOR EACH EVENT
Postmasters Gallery, located in SoHo at 80 Greene Street, is open
Tuesday through Saturday 11 am to 6 pm. Please contact Magdalena Sawon
with any questions that you might have.