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The Invisible Dog to Host Season-Closing Party This Sunday

Everyone’s favorite neighborhood gallery/performance space/art studio The Invisible Dog at 51 Bergen Street is hosting a party this Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm to celebrate the end of their successful first season. This, straight from the dog’s mouth:

We will provide free wine as a thank you for your generous ongoing support.  You are invited to bring anything you please!  Food to grill in our newly opened garden, instruments to play and sing for our friends (yes, singers and musicians are more than welcome!), whatever you would like. The building will be open to all, including the exhibition space on the 3rd floor as well as the 1st floor space and the garden.

Additionally, as a very special one-day-event, the Recession Art Show will inaugurate their new program of solo shows by presenting a piece by Recession Art Alumni Alison Wilder.  To be performed in The Invisible Dog’s elevator shaft, Wilder’s piece “Why neutral” conflates kitchen implements and celebration signage while doppelgangers provoke each other in the back yard. The installation includes sculpture by Alison Wilder, and video by Rachel Schragis and Alison Wilder.

Emmanuel Bernardoux, recent artist-in-residence at the Invisible Dog, just finished his experimental film thE cagE (E), shot entirely on location at the art center. Check it out!

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