Public Performance Art Outside the MFA – Please Participate!

Jayne telephones

Sat June 14, 1pm
MFA Boston 
465 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02115
(Meet at Huntington Ave entrance to the MFA)
 
Now, Speak!  Is an outdoor installation at the MFA Boston by Argentinean artist Amalia Pica. It is a concrete lectern. The work encourages impromptu performances by all MFA visitors and passersby. Pica’s lectern is an invitation to publicly share our unique voices. You can read more about Now,Speak! here. http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/amalia-pica

On June 14 at 1pm, we’ll be reading Jayne telephones. It is an original text art piece by Boston artist Sarah Rushford. It is list of the six hundred most common women’s names paired with the six-hundred most commonly used verbs. The piece takes about one hour to read aloud. 

Please spread the word!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1439627129628947/1441345159457144

If you’d like to be a reader please contact me at sarahannrushford@gmail.com. or simply show up at 1pm and I’ll give simple instructions for anyone who’d like to read.

All are welcome to read or to listen. Hope to see you there! 


Jayne Telephones, text artwork, Sarah Rushford, 2014
The work is a list of the six-hundred most common women’s
names paired with the six-hundred most commonly used verbs.
 

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