P3+ and then some: Last Call!

January 06, 2015

P3 and P.3+ Close on Saturday, January 25, 2015.
January 2015 Happy New Year!

PROSPECT.3, the international exhibition has abundant and powerful offerings all about town that are not to be missed! Three P.3+ events that my works are a part of are:

At New Orleans Museum of Art: there’s REPARATION: Contemporary Artists from New Orleans with works by 180 New Orleans artists, part of the larger project, Imago Mundi, a ten-year old initiative of Luciano Benetton and the Treviso, Italy, Benetton Foundation Museum Collection. The aim of the project is to create a vast inclusive tapestry of international art. REPARATION is a document of the city’s artistic condition. Click HERE to see the beautiful catalog and information about the overall project.

Reparations contribution: Remembering Allen Eskew

Reparations contribution: Remembering Allen Eskew

Then in the Central Business District, Click HERE for a map of the P.3 and 3.+ offerings. Our US.IS (Urban Sidewalk Installation Space) venue is featuring VESTIGES/Trinitas (described more fully in my last post) along with works by Bureau of Change, Jimmy Descant and Ross Lunz. Though this is a P.3 Satellite, Trinitas will remain on 24 hour view indefinitely.

Night view of VESTIGES/Trinitas at US/IS

Night view of VESTIGES/Trinitas at US/IS

Arti(fiction) of the Battle of New Orleans Exhibition is on view at Studio Inferno now located at
6601 Saint Claude Avenue, Arabi, Louisiana, January 3 through February 7. This 200th Anniversary celebration showcases faux relics, artistic ephemera and kitsch souvenirs in the spirit of this historic struggle.

Second Battle of New Orleans

Second Battle of New Orleans – Imprint: A Call to DisArm

Also, it is exciting to beckon you to two evolving multidisciplinary and web-connected projects including my work:

Emancipation: Challenges at the intersection of American and European philosophy was
curated by Aleksandra Łukaszewicz Alcaraz and Rebecca L Farinas. This website is a collaborative project joining philosophical research and artistic investigations on the topic of “emancipation.” Stemming from American and European perspectives and using practical tools, such as pragmatic philosophy, sound and imagery, the website offers a platform where contributors present and debate their work. With views and critique from you who are visiting the site, the research will continue to develop. Your input connects people, ideas and activism. Please join us by participating with the blog and attending some of the online events.

Pragmatism web gallery: Gilbert’s Masters of Their Conditions


Southern Rep Theatre’s Spring offering BOUDIN: The New Orleans Music Project, is an exhilarating theatre production that celebrates the music, art, magic, and history of our city.

Southern Rep Theater’s Boudin

Presented in partnership with WWOZ 90.7 FM, BOUDIN is a mash-up of local visual art, storytelling, live New Orleans music, and real stories from people like you!


Thanks for stopping by! Please come out – for real and/or virtually and join us!