REBECCA WASILEWSKI

 

I am excited to have work featured in No Pop Gallery's art zine "PANTSDESTROYER"

My contribution is two pages of work, a diptych entitled "You Are." 

PANTSDESTROYER debuts at a release event which is also the opening for the exhibition "Conversation IV"     

Here is your invitation:

Join us for the BLACK AND WHITE MASS.

(PANTSDESTOYER RELEASE PARTY)
June 24th. 6-9 pm

Party with us for the release of PANTSDESTROYER

(No Pop's open-ended black and white cultural digest)

Dress like artists. Wear Black. Wear White. Wear make up. 
Dress like Death Metal. Wear Black. Wear White. Wear Corpse paint. 
Dress like Witches. Wear Black. Wear White. Wear ceremonial masks. 
Dress like moody teenage goths. Wear Black. Wear White. Wear mom's eyeliner.

Costumed After-Party-Gathering to follow......
let us know your coming: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/1118630834867688/

We hope to see you there...

No Pop

Laura Marsh & Phil Lique

130 Park Street | New Haven, CT | 06511

 

ART ON THE MARQUEE ROUND 16 IS ON VIEW THROUGH MID FEB 2016

VIEWING SCHEDULE
INFO & BIOS for the ten unique video art pieces

 

  My video piece "Good / Better" will be shown as part of Art on the Marquee's winter offerings. You are encouraged to attend the opening and meet all the artists, of course, but the art videos will also play on a TBD weekly schedule.   About Art on the Marquee: Boston Cyberarts and the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority have teamed up to create “Art on the Marquee,” an ongoing project to commission public media art for display on the new 80-foot-tall multi-screen LED marquee outside the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in South Boston. The largest urban screen in New England, this unique digital canvas is one of the first of its kind in the U.S. to integrate art alongside commercial and informational content as part of the MCCA’s longstanding neighborhood art program. “Art on the Marquee” offers artists more than 3,000 square feet of digital display on seven screens, providing full-motion video and a viewership of more than 100,000 pedestrians and motorists. The marquee is visible for a half a mile in many directions and is seen by traffic on Summer, D, and Congress streets, as well as from the surrounding hotels, office buildings and the Seaport World Trade Center.   artonthemarquee.com  

 

My video piece "Good / Better" will be shown as part of Art on the Marquee's winter offerings. You are encouraged to attend the opening and meet all the artists, of course, but the art videos will also play on a TBD weekly schedule.

 

About Art on the Marquee:

Boston Cyberarts and the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority have teamed up to create “Art on the Marquee,” an ongoing project to commission public media art for display on the new 80-foot-tall multi-screen LED marquee outside the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in South Boston. The largest urban screen in New England, this unique digital canvas is one of the first of its kind in the U.S. to integrate art alongside commercial and informational content as part of the MCCA’s longstanding neighborhood art program.

“Art on the Marquee” offers artists more than 3,000 square feet of digital display on seven screens, providing full-motion video and a viewership of more than 100,000 pedestrians and motorists. The marquee is visible for a half a mile in many directions and is seen by traffic on Summer, D, and Congress streets, as well as from the surrounding hotels, office buildings and the Seaport World Trade Center.

 

artonthemarquee.com

 

featured on flyer: Rebecca Wasilewski, “Don’t Worry, You Look Fine,” spray paint, wood stain on found mirror, 31 x 21.5"  2015