@TAL1ES1N POP-UP SHOP AT FRANKLIN ST WORKS

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I installed a pop-up shop for Franklin Street Works last month as part of their show House Arrest. I built a collection of objects around the idea of domestic antipathy that includes cod-piece riot gear, probably Thomas Kinkade’s last installation piece, 9mm bullets from Wal-Mart, ILoveU crack pipe roses, flexi-cuff cutters, a teddy spycam, an Ajax cleaner stash box, your yearly allotted amount of pseudoephedrine,  and the very first appearance of the St. Google Prayer candles I cooked with Kaye, Alexis and Diego (more on those soon.)  Check out the show catalog featuring an interview I did with Bodhi Landa.
 

Check it all out at
FRANKLIN STREET WORKS
41 Franklin Street
Stamford, CT 06901
203-595-5211
TRAIN
Metro North New Haven Line to Stamford station (30 State Street), one mile from FSW.
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday,
and Sunday: noon – 5:00PM
Thursdays: noon – 7:00PM


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  1. […] and Diego. They were manufactured in Brooklyn. They debuted at a gallery installation I did around the idea of domestic antipathies for Franklin Street Works. Turns out they are really heavy, each ways about 2 pounds, so shipping […]