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John Bock
A performance artist and sculptor whose three dimensional works often serve as props for his performances, John Bock presents Stapelung (Stack, 2007), a five-channel video sculpture displayed on the first floor of P.S.1. Each monitor will play a different video, a compendium of Bock??s highly choreographed, absurdist films, including ???Meechhouse??? (2002), ??? (2002), and others.

About the Artist
John Bock has presented his work in numerous lectures and actions throughout the U.S. and Europe, most recently in a large musical production at the Berlin State Opera Unter den Linden entitled Medusa im Tam Tam Club, and at the Guggenheim Museum in conjunction with his nomination for The Hugo Boss Prize 2006. Along with solo exhibitions at the FRAC, Marseille (2005), and the ICA London (2004), Bock??s work has recently been included in group shows such as Mapping the Studio at the Stedelijk, Amsterdam (2006), What??s New Pussycat? at the Museum for Modern Art, Frankfurt, Abnormal at Nyehaus, New York, Dionysiac at the Centre Pompidou, Paris, as well as at the Reykjav?k Arts Festival, the Biennale di Venezia, the Lyon Biennial (all 2005), the Carnegie International (2004), and Documenta 11 (2002).

Co-presented by P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center (a Museum of Modern Art affiliate) and PERFORMA, with support from the Anton Kern Gallery.

John Bock,
Stapelung (stack)

Showing at:
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
Oct 28 - Nov 19, 2007
12 pm - 6 pm
Oct 27 ?? Nov 19. 2007
Thursday thru Monday, 12 ?? 6pm
FREE with museum admission