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GenX in the Guggenheim

GUTAI REDUX

I have been honored by an invitation to be a participating artist in Gutai: Splendid Playground at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Feb 15 – May 8, 2013. For this exhibit I was asked to create 200 postcards for the Gutai Card Box, a recreation of the original performance in 1962. My response to this project was to make GUTAI REDUX, 8 self portraits appropriating art history that are in the playful Gutai spirit.

The cards I created are Digital Trading Card Stickers. They were drawn on my iPad in the #DrawArt program I helped create for museum engagement. Each card has a QR code directing museum visitors who receive a card or others who see the stickers plastered on the streets, subways and signs of NY to a video on YouTube. The video allows you to “collect them all”.. and watch & learn more about Gutai art!

Watch the video here

If you want a Digital Trading Card Sticker in the mail just send me your address!

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4 responses to “GenX in the Guggenheim

  1. jveazue ⋅

    Reblogged this on JANINEVEAZUE.

  2. This is so fantastic. Congrats Paige!

  3. Marcela Cava Balsa ⋅

    Hey, Paige. Nice works, take a glance of me if you can.

  4. nice very nice work!
    unfortunately the card box was out of order when I went to see the exhibition!!! But that didn’t stop me from posting about it.

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