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Rental Havens
Opening July 18 from 7pm-11pm
July 18-August 3 (Open Wednesdays 3-9pm and Saturdays 1-6pm)
Armature Art Space
316 Weirfield St, Brooklyn, NY 11237

Photo by Susan Luss

Photo by Susan Luss

Photo by Lorena Toyos

Photo by Lorena Toyos

Listed in Bushwick Daily: Bushwick Microcosms: Top Art Picks for the Summer Tide

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Hot Tub

Hot Tub, 9in x 12in, oil on panel, 2014

Hot Tub

Hot Tub, 9in x 12in, oil on panel, 2014

Untitled

Untitled, 10in x 8in, oil on panel, 2014 Exhibited in Rental Havens at Armature Art Space.

Untitled

Untitled, 10in x 8in, oil on panel, 2014 Exhibited in Rental Havens at Armature Art Space.

fluffy-critter:

tastefullyoffensive:

[aviag9287]

But what if the person who has to clean the bathroom at Taco Bell is the one reading this? WHAT THEN?!

They can remember me; I’m not even qualified to clean the bathroom at Taco Bell

fluffy-critter:

tastefullyoffensive:

[aviag9287]

But what if the person who has to clean the bathroom at Taco Bell is the one reading this? WHAT THEN?!

They can remember me; I’m not even qualified to clean the bathroom at Taco Bell

bushwickartcritgroup:

Meet Milo Wissig, Artist and Presenter at Bushwick Art Crit Group

July 2014, Year TWO, Summer Session 2Curated by Artist and BACG team member Drew Van DiestWednesday, July 16th, 7pmBrooklyn Fire Proof Gallery (1st floor next to the cafe)119 Ingraham Street (cross is Porter)Artist Website: http://www.mwissig.com/BACG Website: http://bushwickartcritgroup.com/
Attendance is free and ALL are welcome!

bushwickartcritgroup:

Meet Milo Wissig, Artist and Presenter at Bushwick Art Crit Group

July 2014, Year TWO, Summer Session 2
Curated by Artist and BACG team member Drew Van Diest

Wednesday, July 16th, 7pm
Brooklyn Fire Proof Gallery (1st floor next to the cafe)
119 Ingraham Street (cross is Porter)

Artist Website: http://www.mwissig.com/
BACG Website: http://bushwickartcritgroup.com/

Attendance is free and ALL are welcome!

bushwickartcritgroup:

BACG July 2014, Year TWO, Summer Session 2
Curated by Drew Van Diest Artist and BACG Director of Social Media & E-commerceBACG meets Wednesday July 16th, 7:00-8:30pm at Brooklyn Fire Proof Art Gallery on 119 Ingraham Street presenting work by these notable artists: Jared FlamingJoshua LiebowitzVincent StracquadanioMilo WissigShaina YangStephen Zerbe See you July 16th @ 7pm for the PRIDE session of Bushwick Art Crit Group; admission is FREE and are welcome! BACG Website: http://bushwickartcritgroup.com
WE are Bushwick Art Crit Group:
Christopher Stout, Artist, Founder, & Director of Art FairsEric Gottshall, Artist and Director of BACG Artist Film LibraryDrew Van Diest, Artist and Director of Social Media & E-commerceKelsey Shwetz, Artist and Director of Exhibitions

bushwickartcritgroup:

BACG July 2014, Year TWO, Summer Session 2

Curated by Drew Van Diest
Artist and BACG Director of Social Media & E-commerce

BACG meets Wednesday July 16th, 7:00-8:30pm at Brooklyn Fire Proof Art Gallery on 119 Ingraham Street presenting work by these notable artists:

Jared Flaming
Joshua Liebowitz
Vincent Stracquadanio
Milo Wissig
Shaina Yang
Stephen Zerbe

See you July 16th @ 7pm for the PRIDE session of Bushwick Art Crit Group; admission is FREE and are welcome! 

BACG Website: http://bushwickartcritgroup.com

WE are Bushwick Art Crit Group:

Christopher Stout, Artist, Founder, & Director of Art Fairs
Eric Gottshall, Artist and Director of BACG Artist Film Library
Drew Van Diest, Artist and Director of Social Media & E-commerce
Kelsey Shwetz, Artist and Director of Exhibitions

Rental Havens: Paintings by Milo Wissig at Armature Art Space

July 18-August 3 Opens Friday, July 18 @ 7-11pm
Hours: Wednesdays 3-9, Saturdays 1-6, & by appointment.
In Bushwick at 316 Weirfield St. Brooklyn, NY
Between Knickerbocker and Irving
armatureartspace.org
armatureartspace@gmail.com
646-926-2764
facebook.com/armatureartspace

www.mwissig.com

How Quickly We Are Misrepresented

  • T-Shack: Hey it's 2013 in Seattle and we're having an awesome show!
  • Trans Organization: Since you're visiting our town you should know the local context that we've had a ton of recent community discussion about the use of the t-word and your show might stir up a lot of controversy you don't actually want to be dealing with.
  • T-Shack: Hey thanks, that's good to know. We'll do a different show with a different name and it'll be fine.
  • Performer: I'm super excited to be in the show, but I'm embarrassed to say the name out loud.
  • T-Shack: That's a really bad outcome, both financially and politically. We'll have to work on a solution.
  • T-Shack: We're back now that it's 2014 and we've renamed our show for while we're here, but still have the old name on the poster
  • Trans Organization: That's awesome, we really appreciate that. But you might want to reconsider the old name on posters. Because if they are going to be put up all around town it could still raise some problems. Also, did you realize you scheduled the show to be at the same time as Trans Pride?
  • T-Shack: Oops, give us a moment to confer.
  • Cis Gay Bystander: Oh my god you guys are terrible, stop being word police! Stop censoring everyone! I love the word 'tranny'. Tranny, tranny, tranny! Trannyshack folks, please don't give in to this pressure.
  • Trans Woman Bystander: Are you trying to upset folks on purpose, this was a productive conversation.
  • Cis Gay Bystander: I don't understand you trans women. You think that being a keyboard warrior will win you everything but you're just alienating your allies.
  • Trans Woman Bystander: Fuck you if you think you're my ally. With allies like you, who needs enemies!
  • Cis Gay Bystander #2: *Pulls out popcorn* I love to watch trans women freak out and get super emotional.
  • T-Shack: Hey guys, that's not helpful. Also, we've decided to permanently change our name and keep the t-word off our posters and we'd like to make this show a benefit for Trans Pride!
  • Trans Organization: That's awesome! You guys really are the best! We're going to promote your show and please stop by Trans Pride we want to give you an award for allyship!
  • Cis Gay News: Why do trans women hate drag queens? Yet again local trans women are creating drama. These radical activists are strong-arming our beloved Trannyshack into changing their name. They just whine and make a fuss until they get their way. They are giving our community a bad name. This is exactly they kind of infighting that we need to put an end to.
  • T-Shack: Hey that's not exactly what happened, here's my open statement about why we thought changing the name was a good idea and was appreciative of the help and feedback I got in that process.
  • Jack Halberstam: This story about over-emotional trans women throwing tantrums and claiming to be triggered by a single word is a great example for my work on the Neo-Liberal Rhetoric of Harm. They really should lighten up. We need to put an end to finger snapping moralism like that.
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  • Note: The above is obviously all paraphrased since the actual account was 30-50 pages long. Actual wording or phrases were used when possible. Mainly I wanted to share this because it's super tiring to have everything you say framed within the box of "trans women are over-emotional, over-reactive, shrieking, and behavior policing" no matter how much what we're doing differs from that.