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Visualize the Art Guys
October 4–December 1, 1996
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The Art Guys began working collaboratively while they were students at the University of Houston. Their work comprises both performance and installation art, and has an edge of absurdity to it. For instance, past performances have included sitting in a Denny's restaurant for days, dragging a suitcase behind a truck from Houston to San Antonio, and selling newspapers on freeway off-ramps. Their installations have included a 16-foot suitcase wheel, a penny column, a sliced-cheese grid, and a carrot wheel. They presented two performances at the Kemper Museum, Art Guise Greatest Hits on the evening of October 4, and Salad Days on the morning of October 5.