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“Pupae, Trash, Beasts” Jennifer Vinegar Avery

Pupa, Poubelle et les Bêtes (‘Pupae, Trash, Beasts’), performance by Jennifer Vinegar Avery, with Ky Why

During her residency at the Holding Textile Hermès, the American visual artist and performer Jennifer Vinegar Avery, along with the craftspeople, created a corpus of characters associating fabrics, photocopies, papier mâché and any other cast-off, recycled elements. After this phase of group work, she put together a “boutique” of dolls along with her bestiary. At Palais de Tokyo, during this performance, she activates her works and invites visitors to take part in this intimate fiction.

Jennifer Vinegar Avery will also be present daily at the exhibition to activate her installation, accompanied by dancers.

With Clair Obskur, on the opening night; Ky Why, from November 29 to December 6, and James Swainbank from December 24 to January 7.

 

As part of “Les Mains sans sommeil” exhibition
The Artists’ Residencies in Hermès workshops

Performance

On 30/11/2017, 6 p.m.

Free access on presentation of a valid exhibition ticket, within the limit of the number of available places.

Jennifer Vinegar Avery

Jennifer Vinegar Avery (born in 1983) is an American visual and performance artist living and working in Providence, Rhode Island. Following an early career in music, Avery returned to her fine art studies at Brown University in Providence. Her work has featured in a number of solo and group exhibitions in recent years.