Friday, September 5th, 7:30pm
the New Museum, New York, NY
$6 Members, $8 General Public
Join us this evening at 7:30pm for this month's New Silent Series program at the New Museum, entitled "The Scale of Intervention." Co-organized by Conflux, an annual festival dedicated to psychogeography, and moderated by the founders of the celebrated street art website Wooster Collective, this panel will look at possibilities for artistic disruption within urban environments. Taking its name from a film by the London-based Cutup Collective, which plays with the viewer's perception of a street scene, the panel will feature artists whose work ranges across a variety of mediums and materials. From reformulation of billboard advertisements into powerful, politically-oriented collages to the subversive reformulation of street signs, such as pedestrian crossings and bike lanes, the featured artists will demonstrate how they dislodge the customary navigation and perception of urban space.
Image: Roadsworth, North American Footprint (Parc Ave., Montreal, Quebec, September 2004)