FOOD SHELTER CLOTHING: ONGOING PROJECTS

Curated by Aldy Milliken

May 23 - September 6, 2015
MOTORPARK:
A VERSION OF ONE TRUTH
Kim Charles Kay and Lisi Raskin

 

Started in 2012 by Kim Charles Kay and Lisi Raskin, MOTORPARK has shifted from the efforts to transform a 1996 Blue-Bird school bus into - an open platform mobile project. Now with Kay at the helm and a growing list of conspirators and collaborators a-like MOTORPARK is setting sail in Kentucky with a 1966 utility truck-bed welded to a trailer frame. ChristenedTongue Seeks(ing) Ball the trailor is ready to hit the road. 

 

For The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, MOTORPARK, has built the installation, "A Version of One Truth," in service of creating an intellectual hearth books and objects have been culled and collected from personal libraries and collections. All these objects are to be read and serve to impassion and inform the readers. 


Throughout the duration of Food Shelter Clothing, Kim Charles Kay will be using the "A Version of One Truth" as an open studio, staging  workshops creating public programs. Visitors are welcome to join in at any time. 

In August, Lisi Raskin will be back to collaborate with a group of her students from Tyler School of Art, activating the ever changing installation inside KMAC, itself. Raskin’s collaboration will attempt to subvert the culturally held myths of the individual, the genius, and notions of mastery. 

MOTORPARK:
TONGUE SEEKS(ING) BALL

Kim Charles Kay

 

During the summer of 2015 in conjunction with Food Shelter Clothing Tongue Seeks(ing) Ball will be hitching rides throughout Kentucky and the metro Louisville area. This project is geared towards the ever expanding ideas of how we live publicly and behind closed doors.


Please don't be shy and let us know if you would like to host of or have a ball we can use. Email KMAC or motormotorparkpark@gmail.com

 

Follow our adventures on 

IG @ampro4ever

FB @MOTORPARK

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