Pinky's Rule, Bernstein and Sillman's 7-minute animation will be on view at the Elizabeth Murray Art Wall October 28th through January 3rd during Bowery Poetry Club Events or by appointment only. A screening will take place at the opening reception on October 28th, 6:15 PM sharp.
The mission of the Elizabeth Murray Art Wall, named in honor of Elizabeth Murray (1940-2007), an extraordinarily gifted American artist who helped found the Bowery Poetry Club in 2002 with Bob Holman and was the creator of its art wall, is to sponsor curated exhibitions of both established and emerging artists, with an emphasize on emerging. This focus is dedicated to the spirit of Elizabeth who was a lifelong advocate for artists, especially those who were underknown and undervalued. Located in the Bowery Poetry Club, which is not a conventional gallery space, the audiences for the exhibitions will include not only visual arts lovers but also the diverse audiences for the Club. Exhibitions for the EMAW will be cross-disciplinary and often collaborative, based for the most part on the interaction between image and language in ways that are site-specific, innovative, improvisational and stimulating. The Visual Arts Committee of BAS (Bowery Arts and Scince, Ltd.) oversees the Elizabeth Murray Art Wall.