Babel Code : osmotic transmissions and JPEGS
You won’t find too many eggheads in the circles I run in. Well maybe, but I’m too dim to realize it.
It is pretty evident when you meet street artists “infinity” and Avoid Pi that you may need some footnotes to follow if you want to really understand what direction they are going. Don’t worry, I’m not completely snowed – just watch their feet, right?
The upcoming dual show by these somewhat mad scientists on the 21st at Mighty Tenaka should be a jolting trip of symbolism and secret languages and DNA strands – and a developing visual vocabulary that reliably is improving.
These are a few behind the scenes images of prep for the show,
as well as a sparky new video piece they made to promote it, which makes the hairs stand up on my arm. Fun times!
(even though it says May 20 in the video, it’s the 21st)
More about this show and these artists to come.
68 Jay St., Suite 416 (F Train to York St.)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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