95 Empire Street
By The Ergot Players
Paintings made by paranormal investigators and girl scouts. Terrible monsters. Cats and cemeteries, women and demons. Witches, feral children and mother. FRIENDS. Poison gardens, poison colors. Patchwork. Beautiful nightmares. Haptic-corporeal experience and knowledge with terpsichorean base notes.Tapestries, vanities, if you please.
Empathy and chaos glamour and dirtattraction and repulsion SCUMMY GIRLS.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
The Ergot Players and the Breastmilk Artist Collaborative were born from a fan club for the rock duet Breastmilk. They primarily function on the eastern seaboard of the United States of America and Paris, France. As fragmented agents of poetry and chaos they engage with systems ranging from summer camps, to occult research, to theatrical/video productions, to lectures, to instillations and hybrids of everything.
This iteration of the Ergot Players and the Breastmilk Artists Collaborative is spear headed by:
mother addie-line teaches the youth of all ages by telling the truth. mother addie-line teaches herself by wailing in every color passing through her.
Jennifer Vinegar Avery
Jennifer Vinegar Avery’s sun and moon is in Taurus. She adores cats and dolls. Cats are an active force in her personal mythology while dolls are a passive one. She has recently retuned from an artist residency with the Hermès Foundation in Paris, France.
Shelley Gresko is an anthropologist and multimedia artist working in sugar, steel, and stuffed animals. She likes touching things the most and eating the icing she makes from her cat’s earwax.