Celebrating five years of thug life, pop culture, and R&D, the renegade art organization known as the Free Art & Technology Lab, or F.A.T. Lab, is going GOLD. F.A.T. GOLD, that is. From November 5–17 at Eyebeam Art & Technology Center in Chelsea, curator Lindsay Howard will present the acclaimed work of F.A.T. Lab. The exhibition invites the public to experience and engage with groundbreaking projects.
F.A.T. GOLD brings together an international group of twenty-five collaborators comprised of graffiti artists, hackers, and coders for a week-long residency at Eyebeam. The exhibition will feature significant works from 2007 to the present, including new projects launching on opening night. Showcasing a comprehensive and critical selection of the group’s diverse output, the exhibition includes film, software, net art, installation, and performance.F.A.T. Lab members will also be working and hacking on new cutting-edge projects to be added to the exhibition on the fly.
F.A.T. upcoming events include lots of workshops, lots of free beer, free pizza, new code, PUBLIC ACCESS, Your ART!! – series on- & offline, Rights, Rogues and Refugees plus fresh new art and performances by F.A.T Fellows.
google image search results for celebrity. what we found: the same copy of a copy of a copy of a manufactured ideal. Badly colored blonde number 40, fake and bake, size 2 or 0, medium length hair with too much product. A crazy white bitch. A copy of a copy of a copy of the same blonde, nothing really different, never aging always 20 something replacing the 30 something, and then a few creepy middle aged white men hanging around the edges, we salute you.
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Then what..? Put it on your walls, on buildings, hang it up in the MoMa, give to your friends, your Grandma, lick it, eat it (maybe it taste good?)…. we want to see us everywhere.
Free Speech is a new piece that I premiered at the Kunsthalle Museum last week in Vienna. Thanks to everyone in Vienna that called in, especially Faceboook entertainers Roomeoo Kuubii and Ali Bakelasia… subscribe to their Facebook and ‘like’ all of their photos.
Free Speech was curated by Sydney Ogidan and created in collaboration with the BLK River Festival. Additional thanks to Catherine Hug for her support in bringing it to the Kunsthalle.
The expressions published in this site are all in the public domain. You may enjoy, use, modify, snipe about and republish all F.A.T. media and technologies as you see fit.