Undetectable closes this Saturday, June 30, but before the show closes, don't miss these exciting events and come back to view how the exhibition had evolved and changed.
Performances by Mary Walling Blackburn and SKOTE
Friday, June 29, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
As part of Mary Walling Blackburn’s work, Against Tenderness, the artist proposes to collectively translate a work by the pioneering queer theorist Guy Hocquenghem with collaborator Jaeeun Lee. This event will stage a reading of the completed translation, touching on Hocquenghem’s problems with tenderness. SKOTE is a performance collaboration dedicated to the movement arts. Glands is a performance rooted in the relationship between a body and the moments in which it seems to "betray” us, such as in puberty, illness, and aging. Curated by Rachel Cook.
Helen Epstein and Kenyon Farrow
Saturday, June 30, 2:00-3:30 PM
A conversation between author Helen Epstein (The Invisible Cure) and writer and activist Kenyon Farrow will consider the problem of undetectability in relation to epidemiological and political factors.
Since the opening of Undetectable, several pieces have grown, changed or evolved along the way, such as Mary Walling Blackburn's developing translation for Against Tendersness, while Richert Schnorr's work Risk/Logic changed literally by "accident" after the work fell and shattered during the opening as was reconstructed by the artist. Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay has also created a “mixed media en évolution" installed in the vitrine outside the gallery door of La MaMa La Galleria. The latest version, Barbe à Coeur Mood Board 2012, and all the other works, are on view until June 30, 2012.