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09.18.14 Marina Galperina

A traffic light swooshes past our heads. We duck down under the High Line. From the roof, artist Jennifer Catron leads the tour group to chant “LARRY! LARRY! LARRY!” directly outside one of Larry Gagosian’s 15 galleries, but, unsurprisingly, he doesn’t come out to say hello. Artist Paul Outlaw is at the wheel of this hand-modified auto-beast. We bump through Chelsea, […]

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09.25.13 Marina Galperina & Kyle Chayka

Earlier this year, the Shortest Video Art Ever Sold! project at the Moving Image Contemporary Video Art Fair in New York made a few headlines with the world’s first Vine sale (Shout out Angela Washko!) Ok, so there was a hacking of Vine involved, but the exciting part in the long-run is the ongoing conversation of a micro-collecting community and the work that artists […]

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08.12.13 Marina Galperina

As we ran off the bus to 86th Street Beach at Far Rockaway, we made it just in time: The judging of the Creative Time’s second annual Artist Sandcastle Competition had began. Last year’s winners, artists Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw were surveying the largely conceptual sculptures. “We’ve been practicing judging for months,” they told us. “We […]

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11.19.12 Marina Galperina

ANIMAL’s feature Artist’s Notebook asks artists to show us their idea sketch next to a finished piece. This week, artists Jennifer Catron and Paul Outlaw talk about riding a gigantic wheel into a troth of gold liquid over and over and over. We had the pleasure of stopping by Allegra LaViola for the opening performance of Super Supra […]

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11.14.12 Marina Galperina

New York’s “most unboring” performance artist duo Jen Catron and Paul Outlaw are good at spectacle. Tonight at Allegra LaViola gallery, they’re going to strap themselves into a dangerous-looking DIY carousel wheel that is going to spin and repeatedly, continuously dip them into a vat of golden liquid. Jen tells Art Fag City: “We’re literally gilding ourselves with precious […]

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