Icebox Project Space
Feeding Speculation: Annual Predictive Texts
Feeding Speculation is a publication recently released by Tim Belknap and Ryan McCartney, the directors of the Icebox Project Space. At the start of 2015, the Icebox Project Space approached several friends with a simple idea: share a meal with someone, and over the course of conversation arrive at a prediction for the coming week, year, decade or more. A number of people participated, sitting down to dinner with friends, significant others, and family members, whether over a homecooked meal or out at a restaurant. The gamut of ideas that arose from these conversations ranged from predictions for the next day to far into the future, from projections for one’s own life to musings on the fate of the entire world. These predictions were then put into this publication, Feeding Speculation: Annual Predictive Texts, which was released at the Second Thursday of February 2015.
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Events & Performances:
5/6 – 5/30
No Meat in Team: University of Pennsylvania and Tyler School of Art MFA Exhibitions
Opening Reception: May 6th, 6 pm – 9 pm
Second Thursday Reception: May 14th, 6 pm – 9 pm
No Meat In Team is an exhibition featuring 40 artists graduating from the MFA programs at Tyler School of Art and the University of Pennsylvania in 2015. This exhibition, initiated, organized and curated by students, signals a critical step made by both communities to begin actively addressing each other not simply as mutual residents of a city but as contemporaries working in the same field.
6/13 and 6/14
Presented by Inliquid: Art For the Cash Poor
A block-party-style that directly benefits visual artist and craftspeople. Artist show and sell their works, priced at $199 and under, giving the public a chance to meet the artist first-hand and purchase artwork at a reasonable price. All proceeds from the sales go directly to the artist.
6/25 – 6/28
Supper, People On the Move
Choreographed and Directed by Silvana Cardell
Performed by the Cardell Dance Theatre
Supper, People on the Move is inspired by themes of migration and explores the complex experience of dislocation. Featuring stunning choreography, eight dancers of supreme ability and daring physicality, the highly regarded music of Nick Zammuto, special guest artists, and even a communal feast to end the performance, Supper, People on the Move promises to be an exhilarating and emotionally powerful event.
4/1 – 4/26
Victory for Tyler
3/12 – 3/14
20/92 Open Video Call: Juried by Alex Da Corte
3/7 8pm. $10 / $7 students
Presented by Philadelphia Sound Forum and the Icebox Project Space:Tim Feeney and Seth Cluett
12/11 – 12/19
Unknown Territory: New Art From The Hacktory
I Feel Love: Chad States
The Big Bang Project: Ezra Masch
11/3 – 11/14
hold it, control: Meg Foley and J Louise Makary
Begin Where You Are