- Che Chen
- Che Chen
with Macy Rodman, Will Rahilly, Cammisa Buerhaus, Leopold Brandt, Juiceboxxx and Leonardo DiCaprio
Artists Space Books & Talks
55 Walker Street
$5 Entrance Donation
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UN, DEUX, TROIS
August 25 - September 15, 2014
Home Alone 2
208 Forsyth Street
New York, NY 10002
Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat-Sun: 12pm-6pm
Home Alone 2 is pleased to present Un, Deux, Trois, a performance and screening series curated by Rachel Valinsky. Additional works will be on view in the gallery August 25 - September 13, 2014.
Monday, August 25
Lanny Jordan Jackson, Why Can’t We Sleep With Plants
September 5 and 6, 7pm
Cecilia Corrigan and Camissa Buerhaus, Switchers
Musical accompaniment by Grim Kurghen
In this intimate look back at 50 years of cultural tears and laughter, Cecilia Corrigan and Cammisa Buerhaus reflect on their careers as iconic objects, as well as thinking forwards, towards their imminent deaths. This rare 2-night engagement will feature a medley of sounds, sights and sensations as the duo walk down memory lane and on towards oblivion.
Cammisa Buerhaus is a sculptor and transmission artist who works between sound and performance. She is known for her sculptural instruments. Her work has recently been presented by MoMA PS1, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, The Royal Ontario Museum, and Issue Project Room. Cammisa holds an AAS from the Fashion Institute of Technology, a BA from the New School University (2012), and will earn her MFA from Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College in 2016.
Cecilia Corrigan’s performances have been exhibited at MOMA, The New Museum, CAGE Gallery, as well as Brown, Yale, and the University of Iowa. Her writing has appeared in n+1, Mousse Magazine, The Capilano Review, LUMINA Journal, The Claudius App, The Journal, and The Henry Review, among others. Her book Titanic received the Madeleine P Plonsker Emerging Writer’s Prize, and will be released this fall. Her chapbook True Beige was published in 2013 by Trafficker Press. She is also a comedian and screenwriter, having previously written for HBO.
September 13, 14, and 15, 7pm
Corina Copp: An excerpt from The Whole Tragedy of the Inability to Love, Part. 2