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Ward Shelley



Ward Shelley gives Will Corwin the low-down on what it's like to live in the walls of a gallery and share a see-saw house with another human being.  The secret to a convincing time-based performance project? You gotta let them see you take a dump. Or at least prove you're doing it in the gallery.  Ward explains the origin of his diagrams, from his first exploration into the meaning of cool and cute, to his mid-2009 exhibition Who Invented the Avant-Garde? at Pierogi.  Plus the beginnings of a concise history of the Williamsburg art scene--the real one (36 minutes).
 

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