100 Paintings in 24 Hours is a performative piece about process, production and systems in art making. The work is produced onsite in batches and hung in a grid pattern as it is produced.
You can view an animation of all 100 pieces produced when this piece was first performed during a Residency at Oxbow (8-9 Sept 2012 ) by clicking on the image on the left. The paintings produced dutring the second performance (10-11 Nov 2012) at the MDW fair What it is booth, are posted on Etsy. The image in the center is from the third performance (3 Dec 2012) at New Capital as part of the 24HRS/25DAYS project. The most recent performance took place at Counterpath in Denver. (28-29 April, 2014)
!00 Paintings in 24 Hours is included in Emergency Index Vol.2 available from Ugly Duckling Press. The book includes the work of artists, poets, scholars, activists, advertisers, computer scientists, theater ensembles and filmmakers presenting more than 300 performances made around the world in 2012. [ Vol.2 Editors: Yelena Gluzman, Sophia Cleary; Associate Editors: Andrew Ross, Michael Newton ]