Rhizomatic Transmission: Doug Harvey's moldy slides are good to go


Artist, writer and LA Weekly art critic Doug Harvey’s solo retrospective at Los Angeles Valley College closes tomorrow, and tonight he’s going to be projecting a collection of moldy slides that he curated out of his hoarding neighbor’s garbage. Or as he describes it on his blog: “[it’s] a stochastically linked collaboration between the original vacation photographer, crazy hoarder dude, the mold, and me – plus the found and improvised soundtrack elements.”

Rhizomatic Transmission, my new selection of found moldy slides, will be projected on Tuesday November 25th at 8 PM in Room 103 of the Art Building at Los Angeles Valley College, located near the corner of Fulton Ave and Oxnard Rd, at the NW corner of the LAVC campus. The gallery will be open between 6 and 9 for viewing of my solo retrospective Untidy: The Worlds of Doug Harvey, which closes the next day. Images and more information on my blog: Weird Hours and Moldy Slides

BTW: If you plan on visiting the gallery before then, or on the 26th, beware of the weird hours: Monday – Thursday 11 AM -2 PM & 6 PM – 9 PM.