Thursday, December 1, 2011

Last Day to See Dis, Dat, Deez, Doz at the Joanna

by Robert Boyd

I wrote about one piece in the Joanna's current show--the Exurb four projector piece. But there is so much more. Unfortunately, the show come down tonight at 8 pm, according to Joanna co-director Cody Ledvina. So if you haven't seen it, try to see it today! Here's a little of what you will see, if you go--this represents only a small percentage of all the pieces in the show.

Emily Link
piece by Emily Link

photo by Karem SPector
photo by Karen Spector


I don't know who did this stalactite, but I like it.


Here's another anonymous piece. Did you paint this? If so, let me know.

Jordan Johnson
painting by Jordan Johnson

Jordan Johnson sure likes four-letter words.

Harry Dearing III
detourned comics page by Harry Dearing III

Peter Parker has a conversation with himself, but disappears for part of it.

Mike Smith
painting by Mike Smith

This piece by Mike Smith was actually hanging from a spinning ceiling fan.

Mark Flood
painting by Mark Flood

Lane Hagood
painting by Lane Hagood

Lane Hagood
wall painting by Lane Hagood

by "Isabelle"
painting with hanging cloth by "Isabelle"

Sebastian Foray, vinyl
Vinyl painting by Sebastian Forray

This Sebastian Forray painting was just outside the front door to The Joanna, demonstrating their keen commercial acumen.

Anne J. Reagan
four canvases by Anne J. Regan

Daniel Heimbinder
watercolor drawing by Daniel Heimbinder

Daniel Heimbinder
watercolor drawing by Daniel Heimbinder

Nick Beradino
computer, Fleshlight and vibrator by Nick Beradino

Mark Flood pointed this one out as a piece he really liked. When I asked "What is it?," he looked at me incredulously and said, "Like you don't know what that is!" Then it clicked. At first, I thought it was a bong because of the way it was put together. But it's actually a futuristic self-fucking machine. I predict ever American will own one by the end of the decade.

Nick Beradino's sculpture in action. The future of sex, right here.

Chris Cascio plus shoes
collage by Chris Cascio

When I saw this, I thought the shoes were part of it. They look like they are, don't they? But I saw Cascio a few days later and he said he has no idea how the shoes got there, but they aren't part of his work.

Nick Merriweather
bread and mayonnaise by Nick Merriweather

I think I accidentally stepped on this homage to Carl Andre by Nick Merriweather

Jack Ericksson
carved plywood by Jack Ericksson

painting by ?????

I think this anonymous giant period is a good way to end the post.


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