Hello everyone 

I am please to have my work, a photograph titled “Rendez Vous”  included in this group show.
If you happen to be in town please join us. If you have missed yesterdays events you can still
see the work today.

eL Paper Magazine is pleased to invite you to its special activities during The DE-Tour show at Open Source Gallery, Brooklyn.

Following the concept of drifting, as proposed by Situationist thinker and writer Guy Debord, (e)L Paper Magazine invited artists, writers, architects, and photographers to undertake their own detours (alone, or in groups of two or three), leaving behind routines and daily obligations. Remnants of this experiences have been displayed in the magazine and will be shown in the exhibition.

Saturday, August 17th

4,30 PM. The De-Tour Sketch Walk. Led by, Richard Alomar, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at Rutgers University, this walk invites the participant to become a De Tourist while exploring South Slope, Brooklyn. The objective, using Situationist methodology, is to walk and wander. We will explore and document this section of Brooklyn with words, sketches, photos and found objects. The activity will last 3 hours and is free of charge. Please RSVP if you want to attend:elpapermagazine@gmail.com

7,30 PM Opening of the DE-Tour exhibition show and magazine release. Artworks by Alyssa Casey, Iliana García, Itzy Ramírez, James Prez, Janna Dyk/Meaghan Ritchey/Cein Watson, José María Ibañez, Kentaro Fujioka, Macarena Jofré & Danilo Osorio, Marie Christine Katz, Matti Havens & Billy Friebele, Miguel Luciano, Priscilla Stadler, Susan Rippberger.

Reception to follow with: 
“Drifting through Concrete”, performance by Susan Rippberger. 
And a monologue reading by Jason Wachtelhausen.

Sunday, August 18th 
2 to 7PM, bookbinding workshop. We will be doing books all the evening

3:30 to 5:00 PM Workshop: How to Do an I-Ching Reading 
We welcome you to join us for a glimpse into the journey of how to use this text for guidance through life’s detours, contours and every other kind of tour. The workshop will cover: basic background, trigrams, hexagrams, generating your question, how to “throw” the I-Ching, and doing actual readings. 
The teachers, Priscilla Stadler, Artist, and Gary Richmond, Philosopher, use the I-Ching as a tool for creative investigation. For more info contact priscillastudio@gmail.com .

All the activities are free and open to the community and will take place at 
Open Source 
306 17th street, Brooklyn, NY 11215 
Gallery hours during the weekend: 12 to 8PM