No Longer Showing.
Gerard & Kelly’s “Timelining” features new projects installed in both the upstairs and downstairs spaces of The Kitchen. Through a series of sculptures, site-specific interventions, and a performance enacted for the duration of the exhibition whenever a viewer is present, Gerard & Kelly underscore The Kitchen as a site to work through questions of queer time and intersubjectivity. For its opening weekend, the exhibition presented two days of performances and a temporary installation in The Kitchen’s black box theater alongside the work installed in the gallery.
Performers for Timelining include: devynn emory and Jen Tchiakpe, Ted Henigson and Todd McQuade, Emily Petry and Gwen Petry, R. B. Schlather and Adam Weinert, Lissy Vomáčka and Anna Vomáčka.
Curated by Tim Griffin.
Mar 14 – Apr 19, 2014
Wednesday – Friday, 12pm – 6pm
Saturday, 11am – 6pm
*Please note that the gallery will be closed on Tuesdays during this exhibition
Gerard & Kelly's Timelining is made possible with support from Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Art Matters Foundation, Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg, Jerome Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Dedalus Foundation, Inc., Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo and The Dorothea Leonhardt Fund at the Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc., Kate Werble Gallery, and with public funds from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation partnered with The Kitchen to provide an artistic residency for the development of Timelining.
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