Introduction by Triple Candie. Foreword by Elysia Borowy-Reeder. Text by Delores Hart, Jens Hoffmann, et al. Titled after James Lee Byars' famous proclamation, Triple Candie's I Cancel All My Works at Death posits that Byars and his work are better misremembered than reexperienced.
Sanford Biggers, Elysia Borowy-Reeder, and Jose Lerma In Conversation. Known for their weekly podcasts and daily blog, Bad at Sports features artists, curators, and gallerists to generate dialogue about the Chicago art community, and the art world at large. For this panel, hosts Duncan MacKenzie and Richard Holland will field interviews and.
I Cancel All My Works at Death: A Project by Triple Candie on James Lee Byars: Amazon.ca: Delores Hart, Elysia Borowy-Reeder, Triple Candie, Jens Hoffmann: Books.
JJ Curis, from left, Elysia Borowy- Reeder and Scott Reeder at the event. (Photo: Terrell Groggins) Proceeds support MOCAD’s youth education outreach, public programs and exhibitions.
I Something Chicago Pissing, moaning, and self-fulfilling prophecy at Van Harrison Gallery's last show in the second city.
The museum’s director, Elysia Borowy-Reeder, says that it plans to take Mobile Homestead back on the road in 2017—the venues have not yet been confirmed—“to do a politically nuanced.
For the past decade, Scott Reeder has developed a practice so extensive and unique that it defies summarization. Reeder has always been a multifaceted artist: as a filmmaker, painter, sculptor, and performance artist. He is also highly regarded for his various curatorial projects organized collaborative with his brother Tyson Reeder and his wife Elysia Borowy-Reeder, often under the name.
Reports to: Elysia Borowy-Reeder, Executive Director with the Susanne Feld Hilberry Senior Curator. This year-long fellowship supports our goal to encourage greater involvement from the diverse and energetic art scene that surrounds MOCAD. This prestigious fellowship provides curatorial training and an opportunity for the fellow to engage with.
More about Elysia Borowy-Reeder: Borowy-Reeder joined MOCAD as Executive Director in April of 2013. She is former Founding Director of CAM Raleigh and served in leadership positions at MCA Chicago, Milwaukee Art Museum, and School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Having curated over 40 exhibitions — most recently Rob Pruitt’s Obama.
Titled after James Lee Byars' famous proclamation, Triple Candie's I Cancel All My Works at Death posits that Byars and his work are better misremembered than reexperienced. Triple Candie is a fugitive institution operated by two art historians that produces exhibitions about art but devoid of it that are realized without the involvement of artists.
A monograph coproduced with Kunstverein in Hamburg, the Camden Arts Centre in London, and the Triennale di Milano will include essays by Melissa Gronlund, Ed Halter, and Andrea Picard and a comprehensive annotated filmography.
He works closely with Elysia Borowy-Reeder, also of Jewish heritage and MOCAD executive director for three years. Mobile Homestead is a permanent art work by the late Mike Kelley, based on his childhood home in Westland, located on the grounds of MOCAD.