Our Relationship to Doorknobs is an Aggresive One: Lucas Murgida


Instead of a paper catalog, 667 Shotwell made a short documentary about Bay Area artist Lucas Murgida:

LUCAS MURGIDA: MUSTER RETRODICTION

Opening Friday May 1, 2009 7 – 10 PM

667 Shotwell
between 20th and 21st St
May 1 – 30, 2009

Lucas Murgida’s performances and interventions are generally regarded as generous, challenging, difficult to look at, and at the same time, impossible to ignore.  Muster yourself to 667 Shotwell to navigate his new installation and experience the past and future predictions of both the artist and audience.  There will also be beer.

To learn more about Lucas and his work please visit: www.lucasmurgida.com.

To learn more about 667 Shotwell Projects please visit: http://www.667shotwell.com/Projects.html

2 thoughts on “Our Relationship to Doorknobs is an Aggresive One: Lucas Murgida

  1. In the Poetics of Space Bachelard said that door knobs are the window to a sightless unknown that can’t be seen because the window is frosted over with vinal privacy sticker, that says, “Don’t tread on me.”

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