<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=/?acc=f27166a3-fa87-15ff-e0e9-3b6fa434b06f&ref=&framerequest=1&noscript=1&pcc="><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=/?acc=f27166a3-fa87-15ff-e0e9-3b6fa434b06f&ref=&framerequest=1&noscript=1&pcc="><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=/?acc=f27166a3-fa87-15ff-e0e9-3b6fa434b06f&ref=&framerequest=1&noscript=1&pcc="><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=/?acc=f27166a3-fa87-15ff-e0e9-3b6fa434b06f&ref=&framerequest=1&noscript=1&pcc="><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=/?acc=f27166a3-fa87-15ff-e0e9-3b6fa434b06f&ref=&framerequest=1&noscript=1&pcc="> Chase/Elephant Calf Booklet : snackmountain.com

This is a booklet I designed in collaboration with the artist Liz Magic Laser. For her solo show at Derek Eller Gallery in Chelsea, she exhibited a production of Bertolt Brecht’s play Man equals Man which she filmed in ATM machines in 2009. She also wanted to include information for a performance called Elephant Calf that was to to take place at the opening reception. (Brecht had originally had staged this as an interruption of the original production of Man equals Man during the play’s intermission. Therefore, I thought it made sense to combine the two playbills into one and have them meet in the middle as if to interrupt each other. The booklet also includes essays and interviews inspired by the production and the banking crisis in America.

The booklet got a nice mention in ArtForum's review of the show!