Hillerbrand and Magsamen: A Fluxus Practice in Suburbia

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October 7, 2013 | 7:30PM
Alabama Song Art Space
2521 Oakdale St., Houston, TX 77004

Houston based curator Max Fields and Alabama Song Art Space are pleased to present The Narrative Process— a monthly lecture series. Led by a guest speaker, each lecture will culminate in an engaging group discussion.  Each speaker will discuss his or her personal philosophies, experiences, and artwork through the examination of process and the medium of storytelling. Inspired by Malin Arnell’s Nobody Puts Baby in a Corner and the recent series presented by the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, The Ground Floor, The Narrative Process creates a space for collective involvement and collaboration. Following the presentation, participants are invited to share their thoughts and ideas in facilitated small-group discussions.

This month at Alabama Song Art Space, Suplex presents Hillerbrand and Magsamen: A Fluxus Practice in Suburbia. Stephan. Hillerband and Mary Magsaman will lead  a presentation that both investigates and invites participants into their intimate artistic process. The artists' work explores the domestic and quotidian, transforming seemingly mundane artifacts into poignant personal narratives. 

Each event is limited to 15 participants.

To RSVP to The Narrative Process please send an email to [email protected].com. 

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