@SFMOMA Twitter Hijack for #SFMOMAslow: Gay Outlaw on Trisha Donnelly

April 25, 2013  |  By
Filed under: 151 3rd, One on One

In celebration of Slow Art Day, we’ve invited four special guests to commandeer SFMOMA’s Twitter account for 30 minutes of live tweeting from the galleries. Yesterday artist Gay Outlaw took the reins to talk about Trisha Donnelly — enjoy the transcript!

And…

Gay Outlaw Tweeting. Photo: Willa Koerner

Gay Outlaw. Photo: Willa Koerner

Gay Outlaw is a San Francisco based artist, and a 1998 SFMOMA SECA Awardee.

[Follow @SFMOMA this afternoon for today’s live hijacker, Guillermo Gomez-Pena]

3 Comments

  1. chip lord Says:

    Exactly, I had the same reaction, exactly

  2. Tucker Stilley Says:

    it’s always fascinating to hear a conceptual artist describe a minimalist’s work. and i love being in Outlaw’s head!

  3. Cole Willsea Says:

    In the room with the benches and the prints and the big projector, there is a small block of wood sitting on the floor kind of in the corner, jutting out from the wall that is being projected on.
    Is this block of wood part of the gallery or part of the exhibition?

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