It’s a happening at Fleisher/Ollman Gallery – Join in!


To arms, citizens of the video, audio, music, noise, and performance world! Fleisher/Ollman Gallery wants your non-linear imagery–and your linear imagery — and your sounds with all the bells and whistles–which they will screen/play/project en masse in one glorious video-audio happening called Your Swimming Brain, Sept. 9 in the gallery.  If you want to participate, apply to the gallery by tomorrow, Sept. 3.  Instructions on the jump page.

Stan Vanderbeek’s Movie-Drome, Stony Point, NY 1962

From the gallery’s press release:

Local and regional artists are invited to project videos, images, and sound (playlists/mix tapes) using your own video/slide/overhead/shadow/homemade projectors and stereos/boom boxes to grow into a large chaotic critical mass – its total effect becoming a powerful and lively synthesis of multi-directional yet simultaneous imagery and sound.

Please RSVP by Friday, September 3 to Rachel Reese, Assistant Director:

Include your proposed contribution and any installation specifics. Resources may be provided to artists who need help procuring projectors or necessary equipment.  Fleisher/Ollman gallery does not have equipment to loan.


RSVP:  by Friday, September 3
Installation: Wednesday, September 8 from 10:30 am – 6 pm
Exhibition Hours: Thursday, September 9 from 10:30 am – 6 pm
Reception: Thursday, September 9 from 6 – 9 pm
Deinstallation:  Friday, September 10 from 10:30 am – 6 pm

phone: 215.545.7562


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