As part of the New Museum’s current exhibit, “Brion Gysin: Dream Machine,” artist and performer Genesis Breyer P-Orridge will be discussing Gysin’s work and the influence it had on him/her, tomorrow night in the museum’s theater. The museum’s notes read:
Founder of the bands Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge was also a friend and an acolyte of Brion Gysin. P-Orridge met Gysin in the 1970s, and was deeply influenced by him, and particularly his Cut-Up Method.
The New York Post features a story about "Unlikely Art Spaces" featuring the local Gallery Bar and others that use their art spaces as bars and use their bars as art space.
Invisible Exports will host the opening for their exhibition, "Genesis Breyer P-Orridge: 30 Years of Being Cut Up" tomorrow night at their gallery at 14A Orchard Street. The show is a 30-year
retrospective devoted to the work of the legendary underground
musician, visual artist, performer and provocateur Genesis Breyer
P-Orridge. Check out NY Magazine's recent profile of the artist, who is still undergoing work on his current "long-term project" which involves turning himself in to his late wife, Jacqueline Breyer. The exhibition will run through October 18th.