All Used Up
International Center of Photography, New York
October 17, 2018

All Used Up brought together the appropriation practices of William E. Jones, Allison Parrish, and Christopher Clary, with special guests shawné michaelain holloway and Paloma Gil, for a night of screenings, readings, and performances. Followed by a panel discussion with the artists and moderator Nayland Blake.


This program built on ICP's series Dismantling the Gaze, which considered looking, power, and visual culture in the #MeToo movement, and Queering the Collection, which presented work of and outside ICP’s Collections to expand the voices of queer artists.

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Organizers
Christopher Clary
ICP Library and Museum Public Programming

Artists
Allison Parrish
Christopher Clary
Nayland Blake
Paloma Gil
shawné michaelain holloway
William E. Jones


Mark

Thankful to be an Eyebeam fellow, NEW INC member, awarded by the New Jersey Council on the Arts, commissioned by Rhizome, supported by Meta Open Arts, exhibited at Les Rencontres d’Arles, sold at Art Book in China, collected by MoMA, reviewed in Art in America, and bested by Hyperallergic.