OPEN CALL: Pot Luck Salon seeks discarded art!
Since 2009, the Salvage Art Institute in New York has functioned as a gallery for art considered too physically damaged to circulate in the market. These no-longer-artworks, which have officially lost all value, are currently on view in Chicago.
In response, Pot Luck Salon, a collective engaged with the spoken word and live action, will salvage art discarded by its creators. Pot Luck Salon already has two such works in its collection, one rescued through SAIC’s Craigslist page. Do you have some works you’d rather throw in the trash? Mount them on our walls in a day-long exhibit dedicated to failure and loss at Above the Picture Framing Shop.
To participate, write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lara Schoorl and Zeenat Nagree
Image: Hayan Song, Pigeons, 2015.