November 2, 12:30 PM–1:00 PM
Join us for a free, public tour of False Flag: The Space Between Paranoia and Reason on November 2 from 12:30 – 1:00.
On the first Friday of each month your lunch can include a twenty-minute tour of a thematic, group exhibition with FSW creative director, Terri C Smith. If you are new to contemporary art and want some guidance in understanding the work or if you are someone who loves to learn more about exhibitions you enjoy via a curator tour, first Fridays are your Fridays! “Lunch Engagement” tours are free and open to the public. Drop ins are welcome but RSVPs help us plan. RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org
False Flag: The Space Between Paranoia and Reason is a group exhibition that investigates the continuum of paranoia, as subject matter, philosophical position, and psychological state. Videos, sculptures, paintings, and photographs utilize paranoia as a visual representation and a means of production. The works and the way they are installed produce a kind of looping paranoid state of multiple voices, perspectives, and possibilities, leaving the viewer to establish their own position within this continuum. Exhibiting artists: Darja Bajagić, James Benning, Theodore Darst, Violet Dennison, Michael Green, Mark Flood, Juliana Huxtable, Harry Dodge and Stanya Kahn, Daniel Keller, Son Kit, Tim Trantenroth, and Melvin Way. READ MORE