Donald O'Finn, the man behind those riviting videos at Freddy's, is in this video show "Shock Therapy" on Saturday night. Since Freddy's is gone (for now) go get your video fix.
The show runs through July 23rd.
Opening reception this Saturday from 7 to 11.
From the gallery's press release:
"Shock therapy is an attempt to regain control. while everything may seem to be spiraling towards disaster, there are methods to shock it all back in place. Over the years the term has been used to describe methods of medical, financial, and economic rebound, as well as psychological molding. As we see it, Shock Therapy through art is a way to Instill upon others an instant sense of our passion and our desire to create. But also a way to overcome any subconscious hang-ups, to let go and be released from mental confines. A way to control the chaos, while still pushing the envelope. Shocking ourselves and the viewers straight and askew in tandem with a visual onslaught, so that they may see as we do the perplex, all encompassing world we live in."
mon. - fri. 11-6
sat. - sun. 10-7
J-train to marcy ave.
L-train to Bedford ave.
37 Broadway btwn Kent and Wythe
Brooklyn, NY 11211