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Alumna Liz Rywelski Presents TIME SHARE in e-flux's Summer Mondays Series

August 1, 2014  by: Natalie Fleming

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MFA Alumna Liz Rywelski will present her project entitled TIME SHARE as a part of e-flux’s Summer Mondays Series.

Liz Rywelski, along with the artists Camel Collective, Rita Sobral Campos, Tyler Coburn, Leila Nadir + Cary Peppermint (EcoArtTech), Casey Jane Ellison, Tamar Ettun & The Moving Company with Tamar Muskal, Hanns Eisler Nail Salon (H.E.N.S.)—Arlen Austin and Jason Boughton, Susan Howe, Tan Lin, Nuno da Luz, and Caroline Woolard, will give presentations on Monday evenings, celebrating, according to the e-flux website,* “the semi-productive, unproductive, and the failed,” with themes loosely based on the archive of the Agency of Unrealized Projects (AUP) devised by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Julieta Aranda, Anton Vidokle, and Julia Peyton-Jones.  These talks will take place every Monday from July 28th until August 25th, beginning at 7:30pm.

Rywelski will speak as part of the August 11th series entitled “Shapes and Skins: Unrealized Avatars and Alter Egos” featuring artists who “employ an outside medium to explore the outer facets of society, popular culture, economics, artistic identity, sexual identity, the art world, the virtual world, and real life. Anonymity, avatars, and the mask of the internet are used as a means of exploring an often unrealizable reality otherwise impossible to probe.”

e-flux is located at 311 East Broadway, New York, NY 10002.

For more information:

*E-Flux Summer Mondays

202 Center for the Arts, North Campus
Buffalo, New York 14260-6010
(716) 645-6878
(716) 645-6970 fax
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