danma vs. v2r2 and NEXT Gallery welcomes Kidrobot ®!
Join us for…
Truth or Dare: Folklore and Mythologies
featuring Kidrobot Special Edition Release party!
Special Release Party & Reception: March 29th 6pm-10pm
Exhibition March 29th – April 14th, 2013
On March 29th, Kidrobot ® will be releasing a never seen before Special Edition toy at NEXT Gallery! Please join us for a Party and Live Painting by Kidrobot artists!
Saturdays, live painting by NEXT artists! Sundays, all ages invitation to draw on the 4 feet tall Dunny statue!
This is part of Truth or Dare: Folklore and Mythologies, a group show curated by danma vs. v2r2 in the main gallery at NEXT Gallery! Mythologies features artwork from Tammi Brazee, V2R2, William Bishop and danma with more to come!
In the associate gallery, Playdate with Kidrobot, Kidrobot artists and NEXT Gallery artists will exhibit custom toys! Toys are a part of our culture in a way unlike ever before. Toys are no longer designated solely for children, they have become an important part of material culture and contemporary anthropology. Come see for yourself the infiltration of Toys into the art world!
“Toys include all the narrowly defined things that we associate with play–dolls, dominoes, blocks–but a toy is a culturally complex object that more broadly describes a host of things whose central purpose is to accommodate our imagination and creativity. A toy has no concrete strategic goal outside its capacity to accommodate our imagination: the most seductive and popular toys provide rich creative possibilities to ponder and imagine the most consequential dimensions of identity ranging from gender to class. What defines something as a toy is not its location in the store or its identification as a toy by its manufacturer: it is instead the creative possibilities people can envision within an object.” -Paul Mullins, Professor of Anthropology, Indiana University/Purdue University at Indianapolis
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