Marcus Fischer in the Whitney Bienniel

At the risk of embarrassing a humble and brilliant member of this community:

https://news.artnet.com/exhibitions/whitney-biennial-2019-pictures-1545712

Scroll down; you will see a tape loop.

Congrats, @marcus_fischer!

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Came across this other angle

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Thanks so much.
Just got back to portland. It was a really surreal and inspiring time spent in NY.
Really interested to see what happens next :grimacing:

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I guess if I want to interview you, now’s the time, before you get too famous! :smiley:

Jokes apart, congratulations!

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as a friend of Marc’s and a person who’s watched him perform/performed with him, i can honestly say he deserves this.

if you haven’t checked out his livesets, you really should. or anything he touches <3

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Looks like a beautiful installation. Immediately brings to mind this work by Rosa Barba:

https://www.rosabarba.com/stating-the-real-sublime-2009

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++!

As someone entrenched on the east coast I will say I’m very jealous of you Portland and PNW folks who have access to Marcus’ live performances on a somewhat regular basis. I made the trip out to see him perform with Hotel Neon last year and it was more than memorable.

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Thanks Adam. It was great to finally meet you last fall.
Will I see you August 9th?

https://whitney.org/events/marcus-fischer

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Thanks Jon.
That means a lot to me :pray:t4::v:t4::+1:t4:

Wow, Marcus! I hadn’t heard but tickets are purchased and I’m making offerings to the fates that the stars will align. :pray:t2:

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Finally done with the big pre summer work crunch and made if ou today. @marcus_fischer beautiful work! Is that Kambui’s voice I hear? The counterweight/spool is a very nice touch.

The piece in the stairwell is fantastic, a welcomed calming presence in such a busy show.

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Oh thanks! That means a lot to me!

Yes that’s kambui on there.
It was great to see him again. I got him on the list for the opening party :slight_smile:

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