House of Tudor

Callow talent Peter Cincotti, the art of Cruising, and 21st-century "DADA."


As part of the "Special Ops & Lollipops" Sunday afternoon art series, Elliot Lessing has curated silent films, visible audio, tactile photographs, olfactory drawings, transparent video, hushed stereo, soft surveillance, and hard inference for shows including "Pre-Post War Theatre of Embedded Silence" and "Partial Information Awareness: Surveillance Loves Me!" This week's exhibit, "World War Wobble: The New DADA," features the debut of Brendon Lott's Afraid of Virginia Who's Wolf. Aspiring to bring order and sanity to those wretched characters created by Edward Albee -- and perfected by Burton and Taylor -- Lott broke up Mike Nichols' 1966 classic into a catalog of essential statements and actions, and then rearranged the scenes, as any pathological librarian might, alphabetically. The result will baffle and disturb you. Lott is joined by video-installation artist Mombert, photographer Mack McFarland, visual artist Kristen Chappa, and a collection of antique postcards from Portugal. Attendees are asked to bring a photo of their parents -- real or imagined -- or a food-animal sculpture for the Parents and Food-Pups Table on Sunday, April 20, to Build (483 Guerrero at 17th Street) between 4 and 8 p.m. Admission is $2-10; call 863-3041.

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