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Bruce High Quality Foundation Visits Experimental Video Class

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Adriana Farmiga is holding a guest artist lecture in  her experimental video class, November 2.
The Bruce High Quality Foundation is an arts collective based in New York City, which was “created to foster an alternative to everything.” The collective is made up of five to eight rotating and anonymous members, most or all of whom are Cooper Union graduates. The group have attracted attention with the subversive, humorous and erudite style of their work and operate an unaccredited art school, the Bruce High Quality Foundation University. This year their work has been exhibited in both the Whitney Biennial as well as PS1’s Greater New York exhibition. As their official bio from their website states, “The Bruce High Quality Foundation, the official arbiter of the estate of Bruce High Quality, is dedicated to the preservation of the legacy of the late social sculptor, Bruce High Quality. In the spirit of the life and work of Bruce High Quality, we aspire to invest the experience of public space with wonder, to resurrect art history from the bowels of despair, and to impregnate the institutions of art with the joy of man’s desiring. Professional Challenges. Amateur Solutions.”
This year their work was featured in both Whitney Biennial as well as Greater New York at PS1.

Tuesday, November 2
7:00-8:30pm
Classroom 804
55 West 13th

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