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FRI, Nov 30, 2012
6–9 pm

Lower Gallery

Curated by Wade Guyton and Jay Sanders, EMERGENCY CHEESECAKE will be an evening of performance featuring young, New York City–based artists. In their individual practices, these artists explore a vast spectrum of media and form, bringing various skillsets to the forefront of their creative processes. Presenting an array of music, live DJ sets, video work, screenings, and performance experiences, the evening will be an opportunity for further experimentation and collaboration.

With performances, screenings, and music by:
Virginia Overton 
David Mramor, Amanbir Singh & Adriane Schramm 
James Campbell 
Trailer for the upcoming film "Sorry, can't talk, I'm at work" (CISF), 2012 by Lisa Jo & Amy Yao 
P2PBSH "the gush" W! H! L! C! (Sam Pulitzer & Mathieu Malouf) 
Zach Steinman & Ben Tear
Jeanette Mundt 
Israel Lund

Standing room only. Free with Museum admission, which is pay-what-you-wish on Fridays, 6–9 pm; no special tickets or reservations are required. Members enjoy complimentary and express entry to the Museum. 

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A 30-second online art project:
LaTurbo Avedon, Morning Mirror / Evening Mirror

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