Nathaniel Sullivan’s While the Nation Went Bankrupt imagines the life of the 0.01%.
The fourth and final week of Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival (BIPAF) included many lectures as performance, the idea of networked performance, and what exactly would a marketplace for performance art mean?
Expectation and experience seldom end up at the same destination, especially when you walk down a subway platform and see a sign that reads “To Breuckelen” and realize — no, no, the MTA hasn’t sold the L line back to the Dutch to save money; rather, you are seeing a sign hung by artist Daniel Bejar (not that one) as part of his Get Lost! installation.
It’s hard to walk around Soho by day without bumping into tourists carrying bags from Topshop or Uniqlo or some other obnoxious boutique store, so it’s nice to be able to head down Broadway during the evening and visit Spattered Columns Exhibition Space, an art gallery that shows off the neighborhood’s artistic roots.