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The Institute for New Feeling – Felt Book Screening

May 18, 2016 8:00 pm

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Felt Book Screening at Human Resources
((in conjunction with the the Felt Book Exhibition + Prod Shop))

The Institute for New Feeling presents a 70-min video program to complement the current exhibition in the Arts District, and celebrate the launch of the Felt Book as a complete digital anthology.

Note: this program is made up of works NOT currently on display in the exhibition–don’t miss this chance to see them, one night only!

Peter Clough
Brody Condon
Jeremy Couillard
Everything is Terrible
David Fenster
Steve Gurysh
Harrison Apple & Dani Lamorte
Brennan Hill
Egor Kraft
Kim Laughton
Daniel Luchman
Holli McEntegart
Eva Papamargariti
John Peña
Alina Tenser
Ben Thorp Brown
Gary Tyler Plus
Angela Washko

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Borrowing the structure of Fluxus scores, YouTube tutorials, eHow articles, technical diagrams, home remedies, etc., the Felt Book includes text, video, sculpture and interactive works from over 100 artists around the world, each proposing some instruction for “new feeling.”

at Werkartz in the Arts District
927 S Santa Fe Ave, Los Angeles
Opening Reception May 6, 7-10pm
Closing Event May 24, 7-10pm
Additional Open Hours May 7 & 13, 12-5pm
and by appointment thru May 23

The Felt Book project began with an exhibition at SPACES in Cleveland, OH in January 2015, and toured the United States with shows at Recess (New York), Vox Populi (Philadelphia), Sediment Arts (Richmond), DOUBLE DOUBLE LAND (Toronto), Cave (Detroit), Skylab Gallery (Columbus), The Luminary (St. Louis), Threewalls (Chicago), The White Page (Minneapolis), Leisure Gallery (Denver), False Front (Portland), StoreFrontLab (San Francisco). It was also featured on hour-long Radio broadcasts on KChung Radio (LA) and Clocktower (NY). For over a year Felt Book projects have been distributed weekly via an email subscription called eFELT.

The Institute for New Feeling is a 3-person artist collective committed to the development of new ways of feeling, and ways of feeling new. We create artwork in the form of treatments, therapies, retreats, research studies, audio meditations and wellness products.


May 18, 2016
8:00 pm
Human Resources
410 Cottage Home St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012 United States