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Those About to Die Salute You, a battle on water wielded with baguette swords and watermelon cannon balls by New York’s art dignitaries, took place on Thursday, August 13, 2009 at 6 pm in a flooded World’s Fair-era reflecting pool in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, just outside of the Queens Museum of Art. Various types of vessels were designed and constructed by artist provocateur Duke Riley and his collaborators: the galleons, some made of reeds harvested in the park, will be used to stage a citywide battle of the art museums in which representatives from the Queens Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Bronx Museum of the Arts, and El Museo del Barrio battled before a toga-clad crowd of frenzied onlookers. The event is free and open to public. Dress code: Toga. Live music by Hell-Bent Hooker. Beverages will be served. RAIN OR SHINE.

Audio from WNYC: In Queens, “Marine Mischief” and Comic Relief

Duke Riley has always been interested in the space where water meets land within the urban landscape and is known for art work that is an idiosyncratic mix of performance art, sailor’s craft and historical re-enactment. Upon QMA’s invitation for an artist residency, Riley’s life-long fascination with the culture and topography of waterfronts, and proclivity for margins - of society, history, etc. - were immediately focused on the decommissioned World’s Fair Ice Rink adjacent to the museum. The sight of the vast oval arena, a sea of refrigeration tubing and white sand, brought an instant association with ancient Roman coliseums that were flooded to stage violent naval battles or Naumachia for the delight of spectators in the Empire’s effort to distract the masses from societal collapse by indulging them with free bread and extravagant spectacle.


Duke Riley: Those about to Die Salute You is part of the Launch Pad Artist-in-Residence Program.

Launch Pad is supported with grants from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Greenwall Foundation, and Cowles Charitable Trust. Additional funding provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council on the Arts.

Pics from the event, more info on our site.

Those About to Die Salute You, a battle on water wielded with baguette swords and watermelon cannon balls by New York’s art dignitaries, took place on Thursday, August 13, 2009 at 6 pm in a flooded World’s Fair-era reflecting pool in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, just outside of the Queens Museum of Art. Various types of vessels were designed and constructed by artist provocateur Duke Riley and his collaborators: the galleons, some made of reeds harvested in the park, will be used to stage a citywide battle of the art museums in which representatives from the Queens Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Bronx Museum of the Arts, and El Museo del Barrio battled before a toga-clad crowd of frenzied onlookers. The event was free and open to public. Dress code: Toga. Live music by Hell-Bent Hooker.

Duke Riley has always been interested in the space where water meets land within the urban landscape and is known for art work that is an idiosyncratic mix of performance art, sailor’s craft and historical re-enactment. Upon QMA’s invitation for an artist residency, Riley’s life-long fascination with the culture and topography of waterfronts, and proclivity for margins - of society, history, etc. - were immediately focused on the decommissioned World’s Fair Ice Rink adjacent to the museum. The sight of the vast oval arena, a sea of refrigeration tubing and white sand, brought an instant association with ancient Roman coliseums that were flooded to stage violent naval battles or Naumachia for the delight of spectators in the Empire’s effort to distract the masses from societal collapse by indulging them with free bread and extravagant spectacle.


Duke Riley: Those about to Die Salute You is part of the Launch Pad Artist-in-Residence Program.

Launch Pad is supported with grants from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Greenwall Foundation, and Cowles Charitable Trust. Additional funding provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and New York State Council on the Arts.

Pics from the event, more info on our site.

Those About to Die Salute You, a battle on water wielded with baguette swords and watermelon cannon balls by New York’s art dignitaries, took place on Thursday, August 13, 2009 at 6 pm in a flooded World’s Fair-era reflecting pool in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, just outside of the Queens Museum of Art. Various types of vessels were designed and constructed by artist provocateur Duke Riley and his collaborators: the galleons, some made of reeds harvested in the park, will be used to stage a citywide battle of the art museums in which representatives from the Queens Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum, Bronx Museum of the Arts, and El Museo del Barrio battled before a toga-clad crowd of frenzied onlookers. The event was free and open to publi











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#274: Vertical Lines.
There are so many vertical lines around us that we simply don't pay attention to, or that we don't notice. I took several photos of vertical lines, but this is my favorite. When I was pushing the cart through Target this evening, and Kajsa stopped to sit on some strange piece of metal attached to the refrigeration unit, I turned around and snapped a shot. She, too, is one of the vertical lines.









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