THE COLLOQUIUM FOR UNPOPULAR CULTURE presents:
MARK HARRIS, BAD MUSIC SEMINAR: SONGS FROM THE HEARTLAND – a vinyl-centric artist talk
WHEN: Sunday 5 March 2017, 2:30pm
WHERE: Draper Program, 14 University Place [at 8th Street]
Free and open to the public. Refreshments served.
Event page here
Fake songs are for losers. Listen instead to Donald Trump’s winning music from the loyal heartland and from our least-dumb foreign friends. Real songs like Ramsey Kearney’s Please Mommy Don’t Abort Me, Luie Luie’s El Touchy, and One Way System’s Stab The Judge are just a few from this unpresidented collected of vinyl; records that, no kidding, will convince liberals to stop betraying the American People.
MARK HARRIS is an artist, critic and curator whose approaches to studio work and writing are linked by an interest in the imagery of intoxication as a form of utopian representation, as opposed to the militant strategies of the historical avant-gardes. He has a M.A. in Painting from London’s Royal College of Art and a PhD in Philosophy from Goldsmiths College. He is currently Professor in the School of Art at the University of Cincinnati