MONTAUK COUNTER CULTURE: TIM BISKOP ‘HANDS’ SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1PM This is the third and final event presented by Montauk Counter Culture staged by Johan Kugelberg
MONTAUK COUNTER CULTURE: TIM BISKOP ‘HANDS’
SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1PM
This is the third and final event presented by Montauk Counter Culture staged by Johan Kugelberg and Ben Papaleo under the loving gaze of Walt Lindveld and Doctor Lila Wolfe.
Tim Biskup’s ‘Hands’ will open at Boo-Hooray’s location in Chinatown NYC in late October: Date TBA.
TEE SHIRT STENCIL STATION. FUN FOR ALL YOU CREATIVES & PUNKS …BUT NO MODS ALLOWED.
TIM BISKUP – HANDS
“These used to hurt. I pushed really hard to get those sharp edges. My thumb felt like it was broken.
I tried drawing more lightly but they looked weak and floaty.
Not the tight/loose combo that I look for. Tight edges on loose ideas. Letting it flow.
I made myself a sign thats on the wall in my studio. It says “Keep doing what you’re doing, just don’t worry about it so much”.
“When I paint, I try to destroy any resemblance with any objective reference. But if a resemblance makes itself present a posteriori, it is welcome to stay.” – Gerhard Richter
I love that quote.
This felt like permission to flop around and maybe stop caring so much about what I’m drawing and let it happen.
The commitment to draw a series of hands put all of that aside.
It felt like a limitation at first, but then I realized that I was thinking even less about flopping around and what that says about me and what was left were the drawings.
Less mind, more moment. Now only graphite memories.”
“As I am looking at all these exemplary drawings, I can’t help but think how jazzy they are: be-bop, hard-bop, free, the lines are flowing in a way that makes you think music. Jackie McLean. Pharoah Sanders. You feel that each image was improvised, a straight line from the heart that is also crooked and spontaneous.”
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The Montauk Beach House
55 S Elmwood Ave, Montauk, NY 11954