The Institute for New Feeling (IfNf)

Felt Book

The Institute for New Feeling (IfNf)
January 30 - March 27, 2015

Opening Reception: Friday January 30, 2015, 6:00 - 9:00 PM

The Institute for New Feeling (IfNf) is an art collective dedicated to the development of new ways of feeling, and ways of feeling new. IfNf creates artwork in the form of treatments, therapies, retreats, research studies and products that play with the corporate manipulation of human desire.

Through the SPACES R&D program, IfNf will curate an exhibition of works from their upcoming online collaboration, Felt Book. This publication is a collection of home remedies inspired by the structure of Fluxus scores, YouTube tutorials and eHow articles. Felt Book spans 40+ artists and encompasses works that are as minimal as one sentence, in addition to video, interactive, and sculptural formats.

Visitors are invited to sign up for the free eFELT subscription service to receive product samples in the gallery, as well as a weekly remedy by email. Sign up for the email here.

Participating artists include:
Steven L. Anderson
Scott N Andrew
Jonathan Armistead
Adam Atkinson
Matt Barton
Brandon Boan
Agnes Bolt
Felipe Castelblanco & Mauricio Giraldo
Lenka Clayton
Dillon deGive
Diva Dompe
Casey Droege
James Duesing
Corey Escoto
Everything is Terrible
Craig Fahner
Adam Ferriss
Jesse Fleming
Stacy Grossfield
Steve Gurysh
Kate Hansen
Aaron Henderson
Carlos Jiminez Cahua
Brandon Joyce
Ben Kinsley
Zach Kleyn
Michael Kontopoulos
Tiziana La Melia
Jess Langley
Rollin Leonard
Luke Loeffler
Daniel Luchman
Elina Malkin
Susan Metrican
Tucker Marder
Jesse McLean
Jonathan Minard
Jennifer Nagle Meyers
Anne Orchier
Adam Overton
Ian Page
Tracy Jeanne Rosenthal
Jon Rubin
Nina Sarnelle
Rick Silva
Misael Soto
Ed Steck
David Stein
Thank You For Coming
Theo Triantafyllidis
Laura Warman
Audra Wolowiec

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This project is a part of the SPACES R&D Program.

The R&D (Research & Development) program invites artists, curators and other cultural producers to articulate their research and development of ideas and objects through a supported exhibition or project. These exhibitions and projects may be group, solo, or collaborative endeavors.

Artists, Apply for this Program.

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