2015 Fall

Chirality: Defiant Mirror Images
Curated by Charissa N. Terranova
Gray Matters Gallery
October 24-December 12, 2015

Opening Reception: Saturday, October 24, 6-9pm

Artists – Ellen Levy, Jeff Gibbons, Luke Harnden, Trent Straughan, Alan and Michael Fleming, and Steve Oscherwitz.

Art meets science in Chirality: Defiant Mirror Images. This exhibition plays out the unique agency of chiral forms – their asymmetrical symmetry, how they look alike and act differently, and their ability to spin light out into space (or optical activity) – when introduced to the realm of art.  Invoking “agency” in terms of the dynamics of chiral form, the exhibition sets in relief new models of form-making, individuation, and social action.

Gray Matters Gallery
113 N. Haskell Avenue
Dallas, TX 75226



“Sentences on Conceptual Art KARAOKE”
Hosted by Michael and Alan Fleming

7-10PM ET, Saturday, September 5th (Labor Day Weekend)

One night only! Free drinks! This is a participatory event where you have the opportunity to sing Sol LeWitt’s “Sentences on Conceptual Art” over popular Karaoke tracks. A livestream of the event will be available on the Public Address TV website below: http://publicaddressgallery.com/pa-tv.html

Public Address
3611 14th Avenue
Room 607
Brooklyn, NY 11218


Not to be missed according to Artnet! https://news.artnet.com/art-world/6-art-events-new-york-this-week-328451


Fall 2015 Artist Talks (private):

New York University
University of Texas at Dallas

2015 Summer

Alan Fleming and Michael Fleming (solo exhibition)
June 26 – July 31, 2015

Opening Reception: 6-8pm, Friday, June 26th


“At Cydonia, Twin Brothers Alan & Michael Fleming Present Singular Artistic Identity” Dallas Observer

“Alan and Michael Fleming: Gemini” Dallas Observer

“4 Dallas art gallery shows you must see this summer” Culture Map

“Coming Out: Dallas Art Events June 25 to July 2” FD Luxe

“5 Art Openings You Can’t Miss This Weekend” D Magazine


Making an Entrance
June 25 – July 26, 2015

Opening Reception: 7-10pm, Thursday, June 25th

LVL3 and Robert Blumenthal present Making an Entrance. Making an Entrance highlights sixteen contemporary artists who are making an international impact with their creative practice. Often seen as a theatrical action involving light and shadow, making an entrance suggests a significant character entering a scene in an attention grabbing manner. The importance of the character’s entrance can be heightened with the dramatic use of silhouette in order for a stark reveal. This exhibition reinterprets a subject’s entrance into a frame, which reflects upon the artists’ own entrances both inside and out of a gallery setting.

Robert Blumenthal Gallery
1045 Madison Avenue 3A
(between 79th & 80th)
New York NY, 10075

Wanderings & Wonderings: Alan and Michael Fleming
2pm ET, Saturday, July 25th
Storm King Art Center
1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553

Join Alan and Michael Fleming for an interactive performance workshop for all ages as part of the “Wanderings & Wonderings” Artist Series at Storm King Art Center. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with several historic sculptures during this somatic movement workshop.


2015 Spring

hArts for Art 6
LVL3 presents their 6th annual silent art auction and benefit raffle:
Saturday, April 4th

1542 N. Milwaukee Ave, 3rd Floor Chicago, Illinois 60622
Portion of proceeds benefiting local not-for-profit The Arts of Life

Artist Talk
7:30-8:30pm, Tuesday, February 10
Visual Arts Complex | SL24L
Fordham University Lincoln Center


The Dreams That I Gave Her
Curated by Kelli Burton & Yulia Topchiy
January 24 – February 20, 2015

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NARS Foundation
201 46th Street 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220http://narsfoundation.org/

2014 Summer

Wanderings & Wonderings: Alan and Michael Fleming
3pm on the Summer Solstice (June 21st)
Storm King Art Center
1 Museum Road, New Windsor, NY 12553


Join Alan and Michael Fleming for an interactive performance workshop for all ages as part of the “Wanderings & Wonderings” Artist Series at Storm King Art Center. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with several historic sculptures during this somatic movement workshop. The event will take place on the Summer Solstice and is expected to be a beautiful day to explore Storm King’s stunning outdoor landscape.

All ages are welcome and all programs are free with Storm King admission unless otherwise noted. This program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.


2014 Spring

TEN- A Salon-Style Art Event
Opening Reception May 9th 7-11p
Runs May 9th – May 11th, 2014
Cindy Rucker Gallery
141 Attorney street at Stanton st, New York City, NY 10002

Cindy Rucker Gallery, in partnership with Culturehall, is pleased to present TEN, a three-day event celebrating the work of one hundred artists. With a title recursively sourced from the methodology defining the exhibition, TEN creates a dense physical manifestation of networks by bringing together ten curators who each present ten artworks.

We will also have artwork in the following Art Auctions this Spring. Be sure to check them out and support some great Art spaces:

NARS Foundation Benefit & Silent Auction

Tuesday, April 8th, 2014
201 46th St, 4th FL, Sunset Park, Brooklyn
Patron Preview: 6:00 – 7:00 PM
Silent Auction & Dinner: 7:00 – 9:30 PM

SculptureCenter Lucky Draw 2014
Wednesday April 9, 2014
5:00pm: Doors Open
7:30pm: The Draw
New Location!
Queens Plaza Clocktower Building
29-27 41st Avenue
Long Island City


Friday, January 17th, 2014
Performance at 7pm
Tambaran Gallery
5 East 82nd Street
New York, NY

2013 News

November 23

Saturday, November 23, 2013
Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery, 1136 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL

ARCHITECTONIC performances that embrace architecture.


October 25 and 26


IMPERFECT SYMMETRY: A Compendium Performance Evening
Friday, October 25, 8pm
Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery, 1136 N. Milwaukee Avenue, www.dfbrl8r.org

Performances by:
Lucky Dragons
Alan and Michael Fleming

Cost: $10 requested donation

High Concept Laboratories – Cultural Conversations:
Alan and Michael Fleming: Relation, Collaboration, and the Uncanny

Saturday, October 26, 2013, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Mana Contemporary, 2233 S Throop, Chicago, IL 60608

Cost: FREE (rsvp required since food will be served)

October 3


Imperfect Symmetry: A Compendium Curated by Sara Black and Karsten Lund
A + D Gallery, Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Opening Reception: October 3, 2013, 5-8 PM

Imperfect Symmetry: A Compendium is an exhibition in search of a concept—or more precisely, a phenomenon that seems to exist in the world but not in the dictionary. Fourteen artists or collaborative groups were invited to explore manifestations of “imperfect symmetry.” In the space between two more familiar conditions, symmetry and asymmetry, something else takes shape in meaningful ways. By developing new projects or proposing existing works, the artists put forward their own interpretations of what imperfect symmetry might be and what it means.

In a reversal from the more common approaches to a thematic group show, this exhibition is an effort of collective thinking, working through an idea rather than starting with something fully formed. Imperfect symmetry might be understood as a moment of tension as symmetry falls apart or fails to coalesce; or as a permanent state, observable in aspects of the natural world; or perhaps as a metaphor for various human desires or habits as we try to understand one another or make contact as individuals or cultures.

Together the artists’ wide ranging artworks and performances amount to a compendium of sorts: an inventory of examples or an anthology of demonstrations that gradually build toward a more complete view. The exhibition is also accompanied by a printed publication (the more traditional format for a compendium), which features additional material by all the participants. In this printed form, the publication is both an extension and an imperfect mirror of the exhibition in the gallery space.

A program of performances* will take place on October 25, 8pm at Defibrillator Performance Are Gallery, 1136 N. Milwaukee Avenue www.dfbrl8r.org

September 6

photo by Daniel Shea

First Fridays!
AIM Artist Screenings and Performances

EVENT: Friday, September 6, 6:00-10:00pm
Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10456

Celebrate Bronx Calling: The Second AIM Biennial with video screenings and performances by AIM artists.

Performances by Katie Cercone in collaboration with Go! Push Pops & Untitled Queen, Alicia Grullon, and Alan and Michael Fleming.

Video screenings by Diana Shpungin, Pacifico Silano, Summer McCorkle, Freya Powell, Kant Smith, Nobutaka Aozaki, Raúl Gómez Valverde, Elisabeth Smolarz, Jenifer Wightman, Katie Cercone, Jacolby Satterwhite, Allison Wall, Sarada Rauch, Miya Ando, Matt Frieburghaus, Ellie Irons, Maša Bajc, Janne Höltermann, and Ka-Man Tse.

Bronx Calling features work by New York-area emerging artists who have participated in The Bronx Museum of the Arts Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program in the last two years. Organized by Gabriel de Guzman, Wave Hill Curator of Visual Arts; Elizabeth M. Grady, guest curator; and Lia Zaaloff, Bronx Museum Curator, the exhibition is presented concurrently at The Bronx Museum, Wave Hill and 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery.


June 29

2 of a Kind
LVL3 Gallery
OPENING: 6-10pm, Saturday, June 29

ON VIEW: June 29 – July 21, 2013

LVL3 Gallery
1542 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622

2 of a kind is a group show consisting of eight pairs of collaborating artist. The exhibitions focus is to review the goals of the gallery through ideas of collaboration. The significance of collaboration lies in the process where two or more people work together to realize shared goals. Each pair of artists were asked to submit two collaborative pieces to be displayed during the exhibition. In addition to the work shown in the gallery, LVL3 will also be premiering a permanent mural installation on the back of the building by Chicago-based artists Ryan Travis Christian and Mike Paro; this mural was partially funded by the Covenant Project Grant. 2 of a kind looks at the rich history of the Chicago arts community and how it continues to be an innovative place for growth and creativity.


June 23

Bronx Calling: The Seciond AIM Biennial
Bronx Museum of the Arts
OPENING: 2-6pm, Sunday, June 23

ON VIEW: June 23 – September 8, 2013

The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse at 165th St, Bronx, New York 10456

Bronx Calling: The Second AIM Biennial will feature the work of seventy-three emerging artists who participated in the Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program (classes of 2012 and 2013). The exhibition will be presented at three locations and will be accompanied by a fully-illustrated catalogue. Organized by curators Gabriel de Guzman, Elizabeth M. Grady, and Lia Zaaloff.


June 14

GDBD presents: Weird Dude Energy
Heaven Gallery
OPENING: 7-10pm, Friday, June 14

ON VIEW: June 14 – July 7, 2013

Heaven Gallery
1550 North Milwaukee, Chicago Illinois 60622

WEIRD DUDE ENERGY is a survey of artist dudes who cultivate the intersection of elegance and Dudeliness. Coursing between the tiles of the weight room’s floor and pulling the foam through a beer bong’s tube there is an energy. In WEIRD DUDE ENERGY an unease transmits through the works like the dissonant proportions cursing the limbs of pubescent boys. Stained with the trauma of puberty WEIRD DUDE ENERGY strikes a balance between restraint and total release. GDBD is drawn to the complicated and embarrassing gestures of Dudehood. Bask in the glory of this Dudery and join GDBD in inviting the WEIRD DUDE ENERGY to wash over us like an enveloping mist of AXE. Can you abide?


June 10

Spatial Body
Rapid Pulse 2013 International Performance Art Festival
June 10, 2013

The Nigtingale
1084 N. Milwaukee, Chicago, IL 60642

This video screening is part of the 2013 Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival. Spatial Body includes work that explores the relationship between the body and environment, both natural and constructed. The performance videos can be seen as a direct response to the artists’ surroundings; the site ignites an action that creates an instant dialog between the body and space. Spatial Body features work by Michael & Alan Fleming, Synchrodogs, Nabi Nara, and Lionel Cruet.


May 4

May 1-4, 2013

Perfoming: May 4th, 11-6pm

Alan and Michael Fleming will present a series of architectural interventions using their bodies. Incorporating different bodily forms into the architectural facades of the Lower East Side, the artist duo will act as living ornaments on the surface of the building’s exterior. Through these various interventionist actions they hope to re-examine the body as object, structure, or support.

New Museum
235 Bowery
New York, NY 10002

April 20

CENTER, Milwaukee, WI

OPENING: April 20, 6-8pm

Milwaukee, WI

March 22

Beige, Memphis, TN

OPENING: March 22nd, 6-9pm

We are participating in an exhibition of performance scripts with a bunch of other great artists. Check it out!

173 St Agnes Place
Memphis, TN

March 1

March 1 – March 22, 2013

OPENING: March 1st, 6-9pm

Andy Cahill
Alan and Michael Fleming
Yasi Ghanbari
Danny Greene
Joe Grimm
Marissa Perel
Michael Vallera

Open by appointment only (contact: info@spatialinterventions.com)

NARS Foundation
88 35th Street, 3rd Floor (studio 317)
Brooklyn, NY 11232

February 2

Alan and Michael Fleming: S T U D I O   A U D I E N C E
February 2 – March 10, 2013

OPENING: February 2nd, 6-8pm

Cindy Rucker Gallery

Wednesday through Sunday
12pm – 6pm
and by appointment

Cindy Rucker Gallery
141 Attorney Street
New York, NY 10002

2012 Recap

November 17

Terra Incognita: NARS International Artist Residency Exhibition
November 12 – December 9

Artist Talks: November 17, 4:30pm
Opening Reception: November 17, 6:00-8:00pm

New York Art Residency & Studios Foundation
88 35th Street, 3rd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11232

October 5-8

Our artwork has been featured on the SculptureCenter Tumblr!


September 14

Alan and Michael Fleming

September 14 – October 12, 2012
the ACTIVE Space
566 Johnson Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11237

Opening Reception: Friday, September 14, 7-10pm
Open Hours: Friday – Sunday: 1-6pm or by appointment


June 23

LUMEN 2012
Art Festival in Staten Island

What: Live Performance
Where: Atlantic Salt Company, 561 Richmond Terrace Staten Island, NY 10301
When: 6:00PM-Midnight Saturday, June 23rd (We are performing from 6-8:30pm)

Directions: Take the Staten Island Ferry then use this LUMEN Map

LUMEN 2012 will feature video installations, new media projections, animation, performance art, art interventions, and sound art, organized by head curator Christopher Eamon.


Durational Works 6pm-12am:
-Mari Novotny-Jones and Cathy Vincevic from Mobius (Collaboration)
-Rob Andrews and Rishika
-John Bonafede
– “A House Unbuilt” Victoria Eleanor Bradford

Block A: 6pm-8:30pm:
-Creighton Baxter & Hayley Morgenstern (Collaboration)
-Alan and Michael Fleming
-Jessica Borusky
-Sindy Butz
-Celeste Welch
-Sandy Huckleberry
-Ryan Hawk

Block B: 8:30pm-10:30pm:
-Alien Moon Partnership
-Maia Dolphin-Krute & Bradley Tsalyuk (Collaboration)
-Sarah Hill
-Jane Jerardi
-Miao Jiaxin

Block C: 10:30pm-12:00pm
-Daviel Shy
-Phill Fryer
-Rebecca Jampol

(This Schedule is Subject to Change)

June 12

photo by Daniel Shea

CoWorker Projects Presents:
Alan and Michael Fleming

What: Video Screening
Where: ENTWINE, 765 Washington St, New York, NY
When: 7-11PM Tuesday, June 12th

Stop by Entwine for an evening video screening of our recent work. Stay for the basement wine bar and outdoor patio!

June 2-3

Bushwick Open Studios 2012
Alan and Michael Fleming’s Studio
120 Waterbury Street, Brooklyn, NY (off the Grand stop on the L)
2-6pm, Saturday June 2nd and Sunday June 3rd

Stop by our studio during Bushwick open studios! We will be screening some videos and showing some of our recent work. Refreshments will be provided.

June 1

Movement Research Festival Spring 2012
165 W. 86th Street (West Park Presbyterian Church, corner of Amsterdam Avenue.)
6-9pm, Friday June 1st

*We will be performing a durational peice throughout the evening between other performance events*

“Bring on 2012 with its four horsemen and cult sacrifices. If this is the last of the great mortality myths, let’s push it to a real scorched earth explosion. We bring you a new spin on an old-school anthem: Push it. Real. Good. Reckoning with the end of the world-as-we-know-it, we are faced with the competing impulses of fight or flight. It’s time to push it past the limits of what we know and challenge our bodies and minds to test the boundaries of form and action. We’re in genre-bending terrain. Performance is happening everywhere, and as a result critical questions are emerging about the future of live work. What is the measurement of discipline and energy that is necessary for our work? How do we measure value in the midst of economic ruin? We have to keep pushing with and against these questions to keep going and keep making it happen. Listen up! We’re talking about aesthetic polyamory. We present dance, sound, writing, visual art, installation and video as autonomous forms with tendencies toward intermingling. Not just intermingling, but gettin’ up in it. Not just gettin’ up in it, but going hog wild. Push it. Real. Good.”
-MR Festival Curators: Eleanor, Enrico, Marissa, Neal

April 21-May 5

Spatial Reasoning
Happy Collaborationists
1254 N Noble Chicago, IL 60642
April 21st-May 9th 2012


ACRE and HAPPY COLLABORATIONISTS are pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Alan and Michael Fleming. Known for their physical and often playful approach to making art, in this exhibition the Flemings explore ways we relate to the world through our bodies. Using themselves as a tool for measurement and comparison, the work on display reveals a phenomenological investigation of space, place and experience.

This exhibition will include new photography and video work made by the Fleming brothers over the past year. Being shown for the first time in the United States, one of the central works on display for this exhibition is a video shot on location in Denmark. Returning to their embodied practice of relating to architectural spaces, the artists present us with a unique glimpse of various engagements with buildings and sites around Copenhagen. As an international hub for architecture and design, the city provides a dynamic backdrop for the Flemings’ performative interventions.

Alan and Michael Fleming are twin brothers who have been making art together over the past 7 years. They attended graduate school as a collaborative and each received an MFA in Studio from the Performance Department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2010. Their work ranges from performance, to video, to sculpture. Their recent solo exhibition, GAME ON, at threewalls presented a poignant and humorous body of work that the artists made while living apart for a year. In 2012 they were selected for the Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Program at the Bronx Museum of the Arts and as a result their work will be included in the 2013 Bronx Biennial. Currently, they are both based in Brooklyn.

March 9-April 21


GAME ON, threewalls, Chicago, IL
March 9th-April 21st 2012



GAME ON is a solo exhibition of our collaborative work, which is part of the ThreewallsSOLO program. Part of the exhibition will be comprised of work that we made while living apart in two different cities for the past year (while Alan was living in New York and Michael was living in Chicago). These works include reflections on distance, communication, “psychic” games, material trace of collaboration, etc. and the rest of the exhibition will include new work that we have been making since reuniting in New York after our temporary hiatus.


Artist in the Marketplace, Bronx Museum of the Arts

We were selected to participate in the winter/spring 2012 session of AIM and as a result our work will be included in the 2013 Bronx Biennial.

“The Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program was established in 1980 with the goals of providing networking opportunities for emerging artists residing in the New York metropolitan area and of introducing their work to a greater audience. Every year a panel of five arts professionals is assembled by the Bronx Museum to select thirty-six artists to participate in AIM. The program comprises a series of thirteen weekly seminars. AIM sessions are led by a faculty of specialists and address areas of practical concern to artists including: career management and gallery representation; exhibition and public art opportunities; grant writing, copyright law, and marketing. AIM culminates with a biannual exhibition organized by a team of guest curators, and an accompanying catalogue.”

2011 Recap

September 16-18


alt_cph11: ENCOUNTERS
The Factory of Art and Design
Sundholmsvej 46
2300 Copenhagen S

September 16-18, 2011
Opening Reception: Friday, September 16, 4-9 pm

“Independent exhibition spaces and self-organized organizations often operate as exchanging networks and interactive entities rather than established rooms – and leave the gallery. The fair will present initiatives concerned with the intersection of art, design and architecture spanning over participatory, location- and situation-specific projects. Alt_cph11 Encounters will focus on public space and the activity of the individual in the local environment in relation to the global.
The program will include presentations by all participants, projects and activities in the local environment around The Factory as well as debates and events questioning the relationship between space and action, art and life.

Our Schedule at the Fair:
We will have an exhibition booth on display for the duration of the art fair under the name Spatial Interventions.
Performance- “Objects and Extensions” 5:15pm, Friday, Sept 16th and 6:15pm, Saturday, Sept 17th
Lecture- “Spatial Interventions” 6:45pm, Saturday, Sept 17th


For the month of August we will be at the ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions) Residency.
Keep an eye out for our solo exhibition with ACRE in the coming year!

April 2-April 30

April 2 – April 30
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 2, 6-10 pm
1542 N. Milwaukee Ave, 3rd Floor Chicago, Illinois 60622

An exhibition dedicated to Kathryn Hixson (1955-2010)


Readings in memory of Kathryn Hixson
Sunday, April 10, 1-4pm

2010 Recap


In December and January our work appeared on tv as part of ExTV on CANTV, more information below:



Here is a nice review of one of our works from “The Joke is Irresistible” Exhibition currently on view at the Sullivan Galleries. ArtSlant Review: “Welcome Back” by Abraham Ritchie

Also a brief mention in this Time Out Chicago review of the “Process in Product: Work from Summer Studio” Exhibition.
Time Out Chicago Review: “Process in Product” by Lauren Weinberg

August 28-October 16

The Joke is Irresistible

August 28–October 16
Reception: Friday, September 10, 4:30–7:00 p.m.
Sullivan Galleries, 33. S. State Street

“The Joke is Irresistible challenges various tropes of masculinity and the gendered gaze. By borrowing from the feminist tradition and applying the same tools to questions of masculinity, an area that remains largely unexplored in gender studies scholarship, some featured artists parody stereotypes of masculinity while others literalize them. All are serious considerations of what it means to engender masculinity in a way that broadens how we understand gendered associations in the world around us. Curated by Joe Iverson (MA 2011), curatorial assistant, Department of Exhibitions. Artists include: Christopher Bradley, Andy Cahill, Jason Conny, Anthony Creedin, Alan and Michael Fleming, Joe Grimm, Millie Kapp and Isabella Ng, Mik Kastner, and Janet Lin.”

August 28–October 2
Reception: Friday, September 10, 4:30–7:00 p.m.
Sullivan Galleries, 33. S. State Street

“This exhibition features new work created by artists in Summer Studio—a residency program that turned the Sullivan Galleries into a site of making, and brought together artists Chicago and beyond into a temporary creative community. The studio offers artists a time to take stock of things a shift direction, carry out plans long dreamed about and make them real, and move through the sometimes circuitous modes of conversation and coexistence to find a personal path. Now invited to open their processes for public engagement, the outcomes—the products of their summer residency in Sullivan—are on view here.”

August 28-October 16

Boomerang Space, Sharp Building, 37 South Wabash Avenue, Ground Floor
Curated by Becca Schlossberg

“This exhibition brings together artists who attempt to make material the complicated, fractured, or multiple identities of themselves or others. Their strategies test the potential of text, object, act, symbol, pattern etc. to render a coherent identity legible to the viewer, or to resolve or solidify their own identities in the process. Through varying approaches, these artists challenge the boundaries and possibilities of their chosen media, and their results suggest various conclusions to the question of how complex or unresolved identities are constructed in the process of making.”

August 2-22

We were Artists-in-Residence at the Summer Studio Exhibition at the Sullivan Galleries until the end of August. We used this time to create new work, develop current projects and get to know the community of other artists working at the gallery for the summer. The work we created will be on display for the Product in Process: Work from Summer Studio Exhibition.

June 9-July 25

Alan attended the American Dance Festival in Durham, North Carolina this summer. He experienced dance companies from around the world, learned modern dance technique from the top teachers and choreographers, as well as crafted and performed his own choreography.

June 4

Objects and Extensions
Photo by Fran Roberts

We performed a piece titled Objects and Extensions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago for their First Fridays Blowout Spectacular.

First Fridays Blowout Spectacular
6pm- Midnight
Friday, June 4th
VIP $50, MCA members $25,
nonmembers $35 or $30 in advance

May 20-31

believe don't
Photo by Ross Floyd

For the end of the month we went on tour performing Believe Don’t conceptualized by Tom Albrecht. The performance took place in Chicago, New York and Las Vegas on the street unannounced.

April 30 and May 1-21

final statement
Photo by Daniel Shea

Graduate Exhibition at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Opening Reception: Friday, April 30, 2010, 8:00–10:00 p.m.
Exhibition runs May 1–21, 2010
Sullivan Galleries
33 S. State Street, 7th floor

Come out and see our new work at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s 2010 MFA Exhibition.

March 6, 7

We will be performing at the first weekend of DIRT: Land/Use festival. An amazing three weekends of performance, dance, readings and videos about how we shape the land and how the land shapes us. Curated by Deke Weaver.

DIRT: Land/Use
Saturday March 6, 7:30pm and Sunday March 7, 7:00pm
Links Hall, 3435 N. Sheffield Avenue, Suite 207
Chicago, IL 60657

Tickets $15 ($12 if you order online!)

February 28

“Feng Shui is an exhibition of new photography, performance and video work by Alan and Michael Fleming. This exhibition will explore themes of balance and harmony in the domestic setting. Feng Shui is part of a larger curatorial project initiated by Tang Zehui titled Artists and Residents.”

Feng Shui
Opening reception 6-8pm, performance at 7 pm Sun. Feb. 28th
2620 W. Washington Blvd. unit 609, Chicago, IL 60612
Entrance on Talman Street, dial buzzer 075/Reilly

Artists and Residents is a series of art projects taking place at private homes in Chicago. As a critical response to the current proliferation of apartment galleries in Chicago, Artists and Residents intends to expand the “social circles” of apartment gallery without losing its sense of intimacy by having Chicago residents of various backgrounds and professions as the hosts for the projects. Through these exhibitions, the concept of apartment gallery is transformed from a fixed site associated with an artist or curator’s home to a discursive arena, stretching over the city from Uptown to Hyde Park, from Lakeview to Garfield Park. Moreover, in these exhibitions there will not be any pre-made art to be brought to the house. Instead, all works will be conceptualized from the house in response to the space and the everyday life happening inside.

Feng Shui is on view until March 28th, by appointment by contacting Brittany:412-613-0993