I Never Learned the Title of the Song I Always Sing

‘I like to take my time and look in all the windows,
Pretend that I got money to buy what’s in the windows,
Lookin’ at the ladies, all dressed up in the windows,
Watchin’ the laundry comin’ out of all the windows,
Watchin’ the cops puttin’ tickets on the windows,
While I’m walkin’
. — Silver Apples

I Never Learned the Title of the Song I Always Sing is a group exhibition featuring a selection of artists from Minnesota Street Project’s Studio Program. Featuring work by Beth Abrahamson, Miguel Arzabe, Brittany Atkinson, Binta Ayofemi, Rachelle Bussières, James Chronister, Arash Fayez, Tom Loughlin, Chris Lux, Phillip Maisel, Sean McFarland, Masako Miyazaki and Chris Sollars.

The Exhibition took place Summer 2016 at 1275 Minnesota Street

Masako Miyazaki, Eclipse, 23:15 UTC. Sunday February 3rd, 2013
New Orleans, LA, United States of America. Broadcast footage of the NFL Superbowl XLVII game

The lights of the gallery are turned off
Videos and images are projected
Digital and analog
Paint straight from the tube
A landscape
Neon sign 
Pollock a hundred times
A moon rises and sets
Eclipse of the news
Over found sculpture
And a walk alone in the evening
In all the windows

Chris Sollars, Left Behind, 2009–2017. On-going photograph series of public sculptures made with ready-made-trash and debris on streets and sidewalks around my San Francisco Mission neighborhood. Informed by Duchamp’s ready-mades and Robert Rauschenberg’s combines. Watch a documentary of the process.
Brittany Atkinson + Beth Abrahamson, There is No Time, video still