Our Literal Speed

Events

Thu, Apr 19, 2012, 6:00 pm  

princeton university
6pm, east pyne 010
19 april 2012

featuring super-live appearances by

claire bishop
zachary cahill
theaster gates
our literal speed
the size queens

and

the world premiere of the theory installation
Über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen 2011
presented by the Jackson Pollock Bar

Our Literal Speed is an ongoing media opera/textual archive based in Selma, Alabama. Presented as “a series of events in the vicinity of art and history in Europe and North America,” the project synthesizes collective activity, self-reflexive examinations of the art world’s public life, and an intense concern for art’s movement through institutional and technological mediation. 

Location: 
010 East Pyne
Thu, Apr 19, 2012, 6:00 pm  

princeton university
6pm, east pyne 010
19 april 2012

featuring super-live appearances by

claire bishop
zachary cahill
theaster gates
our literal speed
the size queens

and

the world premiere of the theory installation
Über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen 2011
presented by the Jackson Pollock Bar

Our Literal Speed is an ongoing media opera/textual archive based in Selma, Alabama. Presented as “a series of events in the vicinity of art and history in Europe and North America,” the project synthesizes collective activity, self-reflexive examinations of the art world’s public life, and an intense concern for art’s movement through institutional and technological mediation. 

Location: 
010 East Pyne
Thu, Apr 19, 2012, 6:00 pm  

princeton university
6pm, east pyne 010
19 april 2012

featuring super-live appearances by

claire bishop
zachary cahill
theaster gates
our literal speed
the size queens

and

the world premiere of the theory installation
Über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen 2011
presented by the Jackson Pollock Bar

Our Literal Speed is an ongoing media opera/textual archive based in Selma, Alabama. Presented as “a series of events in the vicinity of art and history in Europe and North America,” the project synthesizes collective activity, self-reflexive examinations of the art world’s public life, and an intense concern for art’s movement through institutional and technological mediation. 

Location: 
010 East Pyne