Tag Archives: No Fun

“No Fun” on Artforum

“We’re becoming uncomfortably intimate with loss, and even death, through our screens – but this time, it’s real.” Timely piece by Tina Rivers Ryan on today’s Artforum.

No Fun on a bed at The Current

No Fun, installed on a bed at The Current Museum, New York…

No Fun at the local Deli

Speaking of alternative spaces for exhibs, here’s hyperrealism installed at the local Deli… check out the photos to get a better idea. We showed No Fun. Next time you hear artists complaining there’s no space for art send them here ;-)

No Fun at Alt-facts

Installation of our work No Fun at Postmasters, video running on an old laptop lying on an inflatable mattress. In the background are William Powhida’s Didactics. The exhib, opening tonight, is titled Alt-facts: “It’s not always possible to sort out fact from fiction, but to believe that everything is a lie is to know nothing.”

No Fun screening

Spectacle Theater, New York Jul 15-18 2014       Works shown: No Fun

No Fun (2010)

  (extract)     No Fun is the video of an online performance in which we simulated a suicide and filmed viewers’ reactions. It is staged on a popular website that pairs random people from around the world for webcam-based conversations. Thousands watched Franco hanging from the ceiling, swinging slowly for hours, without being able to […]

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