“I had this slot for a show and I thought, ‘I’d like to pass this opportunity onto a lot of people,’” curator Severn Eaton says. He’s doing just that with the group show ‘Debut,’ opening at PUSH on Friday, June 16.
Local artist Severn Eaton recently took his art project “White Shame,” to New York. The original plan was to photograph himself on the streets. His plans changed when he passed by Trump Tower.
Both projects featured in The Media Arts Project’s upcoming OFF THE MAP Artist Talk — Severn Eaton’s “Cooperative Instrument” and Michael Luchtan and Kehren Barbour’s “Post Piano Project” — challenge and twist the way we experience and interpret sound. Both projects are also wonderfully strange enough to make us want to know what was going on inside the respective artists’ heads.
Tiger Woods’ slogan serves now as the satirical title for a new body of work by the Asheville artist. The show opens tonight at PUSH Skateshop and Gallery.