November 12th, 2007

Monsters Descend on Moti Hasson Gallery


Hallowe’en performance with zombie and vampire converts, plus some less terrifying party-goers – October 31, 2007
photos by Andrew Garn and Marie Anne Richard

November 12th, 2007

Me and Billy Bob at Brock University

rodman hall 1
rodman hall 2

curated by Gordon Hatt

November 8th, 2007

Beautiful Zombies

beautiful zombies

Luke Moloney, Canadian new media artist and engineer, sent me this photo he took at a Zombie Walk in Toronto, of kissing zombies. Ah, young love!

November 8th, 2007

Art of Horror

art of horror

Today through Saturday there is an international conference on horror and contemporary art in Ludwigsburg, Germany, titled The Art of Horror. It is being held at the Baden-Württemburg Film Academy, and was organized by Christian Jankowski. Melissa Ragona, from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg, will screen my work during her seminar on the Modern Gothic and resurgence of issues of abjection and horror in contemporary art.

October 30th, 2007

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid


I’m performing for a Hallowe’en party tomorrow night at Moti Hasson Gallery, to accompany my exhibition Waking the Dead. Beckley Roberts, Anne Marie Richard, and Andrew Garn will be performing along with me.
Costumes, especially scary ones, welcome! Or come prepared to be transformed…

Wednesday October 31, Hallowe’en, 2007, 7pm
Moti Hasson Gallery
535 West 25th Street
New York, NY

October 28th, 2007

Hallowe’en Zombies

hallowe'en zombie

A couple of weeks ago there were zombies doing yoga at the East River State Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Meawhile, the art team Praxis (Delia Bajo and Brainard Carey) posted this
on Youtube, intervening in George Romero’s The Night of the Living Dead

October 6th, 2007

Fright Night

falls at night

I visited Niagara Falls three nights ago while in St Catherine’s for a fabulous opening at Rodman Hall. To my surprise these stage lights were trained on the Falls at night, from the Canadian side, so tourists won’t miss a viewing oportunity. The spectacle of nature never sleeps and meanwhile alien abductions happen left right and centre. Note to self: perfect location for a zombie film.

September 28th, 2007

Walking Dead, Burning Man

zombies at Burning Man

I spoke in my friend Alex Heilner’s Digital Media class in Baltimore earlier this week. As we rode the train back to New York, he showed me photos from Burning Man 2007, and today sent me a link to this video of a midnight zombie walk in the desert. Run for the hills.

September 16th, 2007

new corpse in The Bronx


There is a new corpse flower mega-star about to bloom Monday night at Lehman College’s garden in The Bronx – the corpse flower was once the official flower of The Bronx! This is an extremely rare occurance and particularly if you missed the Brooklyn Botanical Garden’s corpse flower bloom last year! I made an animation about Brooklyn’s corpse flower – it’s on view right now at Long Island University Gallery, in a show curated by Aron Namenwirth (see previous post).

September 14th, 2007

digital political time lapse


I’m showing a new animation, made from web cam stills, titled “Bloom of the Triffid” in a show curated by Aron Namenwirth of ArtMoving Projects.

Long Island University – click for directions
Digital Political Time Lapse
September 3-28 2007; Opening Thursday, September 20th 2007, 7-9pm

artists Perry Bard, Rico Gatson, Perry Hoberman, Jillian Mcdonald, Tom Moody, Marcin Ramocki, Zoë Sheehan Saldaña, Paul Slocum, Adam Simon, William Stone, and Momoyo Torimitsu