Sometimes the VHS movie of our lives is in fast forward sometimes the VHS movie of our lives gets all tangled up and you have to put your pointer finger in the little hole and twist sometimes the VHS movie of our lives feels like the best oldest heaviest promise sometimes the VHS movie of our lives is too high pitched. We want the VHS movie of our lives to include each other, or at least two actors who resemble us, in a field of dry grass, looking up at the sky in slow motion, and the picture will have a grainy quality, the kind of quality we like in a person, the kind of quality we like in a life.
Section from a section of "We Are So Beautiful To Us", a new/old project.
Join us in the studios of LMCC’s Workspace artists and writers-in-residence for an opening reception, open hours, and a reading! Representing all media and genres—from painting and sculpture to installation, photography, video, and performance; from poetry and fiction to playwriting and creative non-fiction—artists and writers will present the work they’ve been making since the start of their residencies in September 2010.
In partnership with downtown’s generous real estate community, since 1997 Workspace, LMCC’s 9-month residency program, has provided valuable space, time, and community for experimentation, professional development, and dialogue to emerging visual artists and writers.
Dates & Times
Friday, May 13
Opening Reception: 7-9PM
Saturday, May 14
Open Hours: 12–5PM
Open Texts, Readings and Performances by our Writers-in-Residence: 5-7PM
Sunday, May 15
Open Hours: 12–5PM
125 Maiden Lane, 14th Floor
All events are free and open to the public.
RSVP is required for all events.
For more information about the program, including biographies of our current residents, and to RSVP for events please visit our website: http://www.lmcc.net/residencies/workspace/open_studio_weekend/
Kianga K. Ford
Elaine H. Kim