“He upholds the established order.” Falling cranes in Nightline group show along New York’s 44th Drive Pier, Aug 15

, 15 August 2017

The Nightline group exhibition is on at New York’s 44 Drive Pier on August 15.

Happening between 1 to 4 pm, and with a rain date of August 16, the outdoor show includes work by Brian Kokoska, Clark Filio, geetha thurairajah, Kayode Ojo, Larissa Lockshin, Quay Quinn Wolf and Stephanie Hier

Soothed by “the monotone voice of the talking head that echoes out of a speaker, wiry, just made of hollow tin,” the press release talks about a character who “upholds the established order” and sounds like an ode to driving or cruising, in which “the crane is falling, it snapped in half, but the skyline looks the same.”

The 44th Drive Pier is in Long Island City.

Visit the FB event page for details.**

Kayode Ojo, ‘Untitled (from Trigger, 2014)’ (2017) Courtesy the artist + MX Gallery, New York.