Carey Lovelace, curator of “Making It Together,” a Bronx Museum exhibition inspired by the feminist movement of the ’70s, is taking it to the streets—marching band and all. As an extension of that exhibition, A Day of Collaborative Performance is a six-hour event pushing the boundaries of art coming to life. The “Waitresses Marching Band” kicks off the festivities and later serves drinks during “Unhappy Hour” (women pay 77 cents, men pay $1—to dramatize the inequalities in pay). And another highlight: The artistic duo Ridykeulous will create “That Looks Really Cute On You!”—a sculpture made up of plaster and found objects—and then smash it at the end.
Sat., May 17, noon, 2008
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on May 13, 2008