Dear friends and colleagues

There are two more opportunities to experience and participat in  Hangers 101 & a Litany of Hashtags.                                       Continuous Actions will take place on Friday 16th, 6.30 to 8.30 pm leading to a cumulative event on Saturday 17th, 6.30 to 8.30 pm. 

Follow @mcayer27 on Instagram Instagram@mcayer27  for regular updates and add your response to the question that is the foundation of this project. “How do you feel about what’s happening around us and in the world?” 

This project began on January 20th, 2017, the first day of the current presidential administration, #gatheringevidence. 

As part of Someone Will Remember Us, even from another time, a group exhibition curated by ​Lisa di Donato

At Culture Lab LIC at the Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46th Ave, Long Island City                                                                                              Thursday 8/17-Saturday 10/17 2020  Masks and social distancing required.

Hours: Thursdays to Sundays,5-9 pm &​ by appt.  

Exhibiting Artists Include: Cecilia André, Alberto Burzstyn, Jeanne Ciravolo, Sandra Erbacher, Zhen Guo, Marie Christine Katz, Caroline Voagen Nelson, Leah Poller, Arlene Rush, Amanda Thackray, Dominick Williams, Eleanor Whitney, and Tianyi Zhang

Hangers 101 & A Litany of Hashtagsa participatory project that creates dialogues on the current political/social climate initiated on the current administration’s first day. Inspired in part by the day’s news, I created sculptural elements from hangers and other material. I invited participants to pose with or add to the sculptures while answering the question, “How do you feel about what’s happening around us and in the world? These responses are turned into hashtags, such as #climatechange, #womensrighttochoose, or #peace, and are shared via Instagram  (@mcayer27). #gatheringevidance.

Phase two of Hangers 101, presented as a Litany of Hashtags, actions created from a selection of participants commentaries. This ongoing project is currently offered in a modified version with respect to social distancing. 

This project took place in my studio, on the streets and at the Glasshouse in Brooklyn, the Bergen Art Festival in Norway, the New York Studio School exhibition, in Back to the Future at Local Project LIC, and during The Artist Parade with AIOP, currently on view at Plaxall Gallery LIC.

Thank you for your continuous support.

Best wishes 

Marie Christine