Squeaky Wheel's PEEPSHOW 2011: It’s Complicated, Saturday, February 26th, 2011. Peepshow is Squeaky's annual fundraiser/art party, and involves bands, art installations, food and drink,
and an art auction. Artists are asked to create a new piece along the theme of the show, or to submit an existing piece that is relevant. The piece I created for the Peepshow was titled "Perversion". It's a perversion of Felix Gonzalez-Torres's Untitled (Double Portrait), 1991 owned by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
From the AK website; "Untitled (Double Portrait), 1991, is a “stack” piece consisting of hundreds of sheets of paper printed with a gold double-circle image and stacked together on the gallery floor, available for viewers to take away ad infinitum. The image featured, the doubled touching/overlapping circle, represents one of the most important themes in Gonzalez-Torres’s work: the pairing of two like people in togetherness, solidarity, and love."
Using one of the sheets taken from the Albright-Knox I built a table-top game. The two colorful handles shift the level of the print. The idea is to drop the pink balls into the holes in the middle of each circle.