Nov 5-Sep 31
by Brandon Donahue
For his interactive installation “Foul Shot,” Brandon Donahue will transform SS into a half-court basketball gym using found objects and bamboo. Interested in the transformational nature of the vernacular, Donahue collects materials with the intention of adding to their history. His collection of mass-produced, publicly displayed and abandoned urban forms such as fallen street signs, basketballs, file cabinets, and hubcaps, are informed by traditions of folk art, hip hop, and street art and occupy a space that exists somewhere between low and high art culture.
One-night video art show in Track One’s Silo Room
Seed Space presents an immersive and potentially mind-altering multi-channel video installation, presented for one night only in Track One’s Silo Room during the Arts & Music at Wedgewood/Houston crawl in November. The work will be created by a Vanderbilt University studio art class taught by film artist John Warren, Lecturer in the Department of Art. A live soundtrack will be provided by Chicago-based Coupler, creator of deliberate ambient music.