PAST

new tape release on Wee Space Tapes

Side A/ Hade a Home Once
    Side B/You Died

Available here


PUBLIC ACCESS LABYRINTH & EVERYDAY LABYRINTHS
Curated by Jim Strong
March 3 - April 23, 2017
Body, Technology, Utopia: Everyday Labyrinths
Featuring works by Cristina Tufino & Alex Nguyen-Vo, Gabe Rubin, Lily Benson, Asha Sheshadri, Suzy Poling/Pod Blotz)

A group exploration of personal myth, utopian visions, and technology, Everyday Labyrinths presents a conduit through which viewers may enter into the fabric of lived experience. A labyrinth unfolds perpetually, as any chance of focus is a generous and open sea of chartable course.    http://voxpopuligallery.org/exhibitions/labyrinths/


Motherland by Cecilia Corrigan

Saturday, December 3, 2016 at 8 PM - 10 PM
ISSUE PROJECT ROOM

http://bombmagazine.org/article/425198/motherland






Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 8:30 PM - 11 PM
SILENT BARN

M Lamar / Julien 0ttavi-Michael Foster / Leila Bordreuil-Bob Bellerue / Richard Kamerman / K12 (Gabe Rubin)



Lecture: Felix Bernstein & Gabe Rubin - Aesthetics Mini-Series


08
NOVEMBER
19:00 - 21:00

Tues. Nov 8, 2016 CFA 303, CMU College of Fine Arts

Rubin and Bernstein have worked collaboratively in music, performance art, and video. They front the band Tender Cousins, and directed and starred in Red Krayola's opera Victorine at the 2012 Whitney Biennial, as well as produced the films Boyland and Unchained Melody. Most recently, Bernstein's hybrid musical performance (directed by Rubin), Bieber Bathos Elegy (2016) premiered at the Whitney Museum and their joint work, Transition Incomplete (2016) was staged at MOCA in LA. Bernstein is the author of Burn Book and Notes on Post-Conceptual Poetry. Rubin's album, Wendy and Casper Hauser is forthcoming.

This speaker series brings together the intersecting discourses of artists who use writing as an object, a visual cue, and an inventive art criticism. Notions of copying, sampling, and remixing within conceptual frames will be explored, with special attention to the breakdown conceptual neutrality implies. New forms of conveying affect, cultural location, position, and alterity will be presented and open to debate. These talks are presented as part of the «Art Writer» and «Aesthetics of Dysfunction» seminars taught by Melissa Ragona, Associate Professor of Visual Culture & Critical Theory.



QUEER TRASH 3: Jacob Wick, Gabe Rubin, Kim Fatale, jim strong
Sunday, September 4, 2016 at 8 PM - 1 AM

BIZARRE Bushwick