September 10, 2009

29 Chains to the Moon at Miller Gallery on Sept 11!

29 Chains to the Moon: Artists' Schemes for a Fantastic Future is not just the first show at the Miller Gallery this season, but also full day of events free and open to the public!

From 1pm to 4pm there is an workshop by Open_Sailing artists Hiromi Ozzaki and Cesar Harada from London that will "explore concepts of Object Oriented Politics and Adhocracy (an adaptable organization that does not have a fixed bureaucratic structure)". The workshop will include dancing, drawing, designing and brainstorming about the future of our energy infrastructure, web 3.0 (virtual + physical), and novel collaborative social models. To be honest I lost them at OOP, but you're welcome to check this out and let me know how it is! There is a limited number of spots for this workshop anyway, but there might still be a few spots left. RSVP here.

From 5 to 6, the CMU Lecture Series presents Houston gallery Curator Andrea Grover (or here)! Andrea is an independent curator, artist and writer.

At 6pm to 8pm, the actual reception for 29 Chains finally takes place! The first 100 people will receive a miracle berry tablet for "a taste-tripping adventure"! Awesome!

(Parking is free after 5pm). This all takes place at the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University, Purnell Center for the Arts.

Artists in 29 Chains to the Moon: Artists' Schemes for a Fantastic Future include:


Stephanie Smith:

Mitchell Joachim/Terreform ONE:

I also found this cool video from Open_Sailing:

Link to facebook event

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