These works were shown in a group show at 17Cox called “Point of Sale: Methods of Vending Identity.” Featuring Zayde Buti, Marc Bradley Johnson, Lane Brandon Phelps, Caroline Picard and Mike Vance. The exhibition runs from May 2 – July 4, 2013. You can read more about my approach to this series here. See details about the show below.
A collaborative exhibition/performance by Devin King and Caroline Picard at New Capital
12:00 pm Monday, November 19th – 12:00 pm Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
Performance @ 7pm on November 19th
From October 6th – October 31st, 2012, this show is part of SHoP’s month-long investigation into “the nature of artistic independence and community interdependence, dedicated to informal education and an investigation of the Public Artist.” Visit their website for more information.
“Between You & Me” is the first collaboration between Caroline Picard and Thea Liberty Nichols, begun via email correspondence almost a year in advance of them ever having met in person.
This piece will be part of an exhibition at SLOW called “Euphemize,” curated by Paul Hopkins. The show opens on September 8th, 2012 between 6 and 9.
I’ve been trying to figure out how to draw an arktoi forever…finally it came together in this little pen and ink collection. These drawings will be published alongside a forthcoming essay about The Panchatantra called “Bound With Bright Beautiful Things” (Annobium, 2012). They were also included in my contribution for Roxaboxen’s Black Arts Exhibit in May of 2012. Each drawing is pen, ink and guaoche on paper, ~ 11″ x 14″
This was the score Lady Rollins used for our performance at Antenna Gallery, during the “Evil is Interesting” exhibition. Our performance was part of a release for “False Love,” a limited edition zine featuring work by AA Bronson, Michael Workman and Dan Gleason. My story, “Liminal Body” was published as well. The photograph from that performance was taken by Paul Germanos.
quite small, like a sketch, in gouache.
On March 31st, 2012 Lady Rollins did a two hour performance at Carrie Secrist Gallery. I don’t have a recording from that performance, but I can include a link to our first album, “EAEEEAOEAO.”
Visitors were encouraged to wander in and out of our loosely organized piece comprising improvised music, video screening, and intermittent reading and singing.