Connor Mickiewicz interprets Jerome Bel’s “Shirtology,” a T-shirt striptease, at the “do it” opening at Verge Center for the Arts. In the background at right is Robert Ashley’s piece involving the duct-taping of a Verge intern several feet up a wall, where she hung for 45 minutes. And in the background at left is Mel Bochner’s “Territorial Reserve #4,” a cube made of PVC pipe and hung from the ceiling.
Connor Mickiewicz interprets Jerome Bel’s “Shirtology,” a T-shirt striptease, at the “do it” opening at Verge Center for the Arts. In the background at right is Robert Ashley’s piece involving the duct-taping of a Verge intern several feet up a wall, where she hung for 45 minutes. And in the background at left is Mel Bochner’s “Territorial Reserve #4,” a cube made of PVC pipe and hung from the ceiling. Makoto Hawkins
Connor Mickiewicz interprets Jerome Bel’s “Shirtology,” a T-shirt striptease, at the “do it” opening at Verge Center for the Arts. In the background at right is Robert Ashley’s piece involving the duct-taping of a Verge intern several feet up a wall, where she hung for 45 minutes. And in the background at left is Mel Bochner’s “Territorial Reserve #4,” a cube made of PVC pipe and hung from the ceiling. Makoto Hawkins

Art review: ‘do it’ at Sacramento’s Verge Center

February 25, 2016 6:00 AM

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