Performance for The Wassaic Project, August 6 2011

Posted July 29th, 2011

The Bridge Club will perform a new work, titled Applied Geometry, as part of The Wassaic Project‘s annual Summer Festival on Saturday, August 6th 2011, between 5 – 7pm.

The Wassaic Project Summer Festival is a free annual multi-disciplinary celebration of art, music, and community in the hamlet of Wassaic, NY. The 2011 Festival will feature over 100 artists, 23 bands, poetry readings, dance performances, film screenings, and much more. August 5th-7th, 2011. Art Reception in Maxon Mills, Saturday 5pm-7pm. For more information:

Performance for ‘Dwell,’ Contemporary Artists Center, Troy, NY, August 5 2011

Posted July 1st, 2011

The Bridge Club will be creating a site-specific live performance and residual installation work, titled Oculus, on the grounds of the Contemporary Artists Center at Woodside in Troy, New York, as part of the CAC’s upcoming Dwell outdoor commissioned artworks series. The Bridge Club’s work will be located on the lawn below the rose window in the CAC’s main administration building, the former Woodside Presbyterian Church, with the live performance taking place on Friday, August 5th, 2011 from approximately 7 – 8pm.

From the series’ curators, Michael Oatman & Leah Rico: “Dwell seeks to blur the boundary between sculpture and the built environment. The Contemporary Artists Center, Woodside will [present] a wide-range of related and minimally tangential [works] including but not at all limited to themes as diverse as politics of housing, formal aesthetics, architecture, sustainability and ‘shelters’ for site specific performative happenings.”