Feb 12-26, 2017
Opening: Sunday, Feb 12, 2-5pm
Bulletin is pleased to present recent work by Aaron Gemmill.
Viewing panels shall be provided in solid fences erected on or after July 1, 2013, at a rate of one for every 25 linear feet (7.6 m) per frontage, with a minimum of one per frontage. Viewing panels shall be 12 x 12 inches (305 x 305 mm) in size and shall be blocked with plexiglass or an equivalent nonfrangible material. The top of the viewing panel shall be located no more than 6 feet (1829 mm) above the level of the ground, and the bottom of the viewing panel shall be located no less than 3 feet (914 mm) above the level of the ground.
- New York City construction code 3307.7.1
What is the perfect apparatus, the model-apparatus that would eliminate all misunderstandings with regard to the very notion of apparatus? The perfect apparatus, it seems to me, is authority. In it maximum circulation coincides with maximum control. Nothing moves that isn't both incontestably "free" and strictly classified, identified, individuated in exhaustive files of digitized registrations. A network endowed with its own fueling stations, its own police, its autonomous, neutral, empty, and abstract spaces, the highway system perfectly represents the territory, as if laid out in bands over the land, a heterotopia, the cybernetic heterotopia.
- Tiqqun, This is not a program
The windows of the world are covered with rain
What is the whole world coming to?
Everybody knows when men can not be friends
Their quarrel often ends where some have to die
Let the sun shine through
- Burt Bacharach
Aaron Gemmill (b. Birmingham, AL) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.