This week:: Escalation: The Surveillance Project

August 18, 2016 § Leave a comment

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Escalation, performed by Scott Kolbo and Lance Sinnema is a collaborative performance/project inspired by the increasingly volatile language that surrounds our current political discourse. The artists will explore the tensions produced by our current situation – living in a state of constant surveillance mixed with a sense of on-line anonymity.

The Stinktown 2 Collective springs forth from the collaborative efforts of Scott Kolbo and Lance Sinnema who are both interested in the use of humor in serious art, as well as exploring the way that the use of violent and debased language has escalated in our current political culture.

 

This week:

Ellen Picken steps in for Thursday;

Jenny Hyde is in the Gallery from Noon to four, followed by

Hannah Koeske from four to eight.

Saturday finishes our week with

Jo Quetsch from noon to four and

Megan Atwood Cherry in the gallery from four to eight.

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