Hello New York, open call for MetAtHome drawings!

Free MetAtHome

Free the Met, at Home!                                                          Whose home? Your home!                                                      Whose Met? Your Met!                                                       Which Met? The one on 5th Ave.!

Your Home + The Met Art = MetAtHome

Open request to New Yorkers (you Can pretend) for  illustrations (see more below)—to be included in a small xeroxed publication as part of the …Is This Free? exhibition at NURTUREart, Brooklyn, New York. Exhibition is open now, this piece will be included in the AUGUST 31st opening (through September 22nd, 2012). Continue reading

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Artist Talk in Auroville India

Amidst a State of Emergency brought by Cyclone Thane

I am excited to be presenting my work in one of the few power generated sites in Auroville;

Multi Media Center

Town Hall, Auroville, Tamil Nadu, India

5 pm, January 6th, 2012.

Auroville Radio Spot

Photo: Marie-Joelle Parent

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Yesiree Public Notary at Occupy Wall Street

Starting October 4th, 2011, Yesiree the Public Notary will be officiating individual envisionments of the future at Zuccotti Square / Occupy Wall Street from 3:15-5:30, Four out of Five weekdays. Look for a yellow balloon or ask where you can find the Notary.

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About Carrie

You can also visit my PUBLIC NOTARY SITE
 

Carrie Dashow is a NYC-based interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of video, performance and visual arts. Her often-participatory work, which includes community, historical and municipal-based projects, examines the undercurrents of authority, subjectivity and an indebted relationship to location. The resulting combinations of performance, video, books, structures and songs involve the audience in tactile, truer than true experiences, providing the opportunity for re-negotiation. Her participatory-style performances among diverse audiences reveal a momentary sense of community and possibility. Much of her work takes place in social and collective situations, either on the street, in communities, galleries or classes. Read full bio »

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