Home Source Furniture Presents: BWNA 
“BWNA is an attempt to create space and visibility for Black artists. Established in 2018”

2021. february 12th. Houston, Texas. Home Source Furniture.


Asia Society Texas Presents:
Deerwasawolf

Chairs Are People is a meditation on how to move within uncertainty. Distilled from personal experiences and explorations during his residency at Arts ITOYA, Cary Fagan’s performance invites us to surrender to discomfort by building bridges into the impossible. Mistakes will happen. These are just reflections of our internal limitations; we must break through them to collectively construct our dreams.

“Disruptor of time, and space. A baby cries for their mother. Degree of manipulation.“ -Cary Fagan

Perspective by Multisse Schitzo
Original score by: Deerwasawolf
2020. december 31st. houston, texas. Asia Society Texas.

Asia Society Texas Presents:
Deerwasawolf

Chairs Are People is a meditation on how to move within uncertainty. Distilled from personal experiences and explorations during his residency at Arts ITOYA, Cary Fagan’s performance invites us to surrender to discomfort by building bridges into the impossible. Mistakes will happen. These are just reflections of our internal limitations; we must break through them to collectively construct our dreams.



set production
(interview) by cary fagan.
“This exhibition program is organized by Asia Society Texas Center. Exhibitions and related programs at Asia Society Texas Center are presented by Nancy C. Allen and Leslie and Brad Bucher. Major support comes from Chinhui Juhn and Eddie Allen and Mary Lawrence Porter, as well as The Brown Foundation, Inc., The Hearst Foundation, Houston Endowment, and the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance. Generous funding also provided by The Anchorage Foundation of Texas, The Clayton Fund, Texas Commission on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Wortham Foundation, Inc., Olive Jenney, and Ann Wales. United Airlines is our official airline partner. Funding is also provided through contributions from the Exhibitions Patron Circle, a dedicated group of individuals and organizations committed to bringing exceptional visual art to Asia Society Texas Center.”
2020. november 18th. houston, texas. Asia Society Texas.


Webcast: Deerwasawolf x Chairs Are     People: Artist Talk and Preformance 

Croissant Brioche

(Practice)
“... calm, sunday evening at the local cafe.”
2020. october 31st. houston, texas. croissant brioche 


Asia Society Texas Presents:

 
  “deerwasawolf” (promotional video)

   [REHEARSAL]



Chairs Are People is a meditation on how to move within uncertainty. Distilled from personal experiences and explorations during his residency at Arts ITOYA, Cary Fagan’s performance invites us to surrender to discomfort by building bridges into the impossible. Mistakes will happen. These are just reflections of our internal limitations; we must break through them to collectively construct our dreams.


 


    “the wind blows freely; i breathe and reflect at the top of the mountain.”–– Cary Fagan


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The event will include a conversation between artist Cary Fagan and Bridget Bray, and a sculptural meditation performance piece by Deerwasawolf, followed by an audience Q&A via YouTube Live and Facebook Live.

ありがとう: Chairs Are People

“Upon entering the last door in a long hallway, attendees are welcomed in Japanese and English before receiving shoe coverings and a brief overview of the space. Photographs of Japanese forestry and urban scenery, paired with handwritten poems on bits of unbleached paper, grace the walls opposite a projection of clips featuring similar subjects. A zen reading and writing corner buzzes with guests perusing books and journaling opposite Fagan’s sculpture of stacked school chairs on the other end of the room, where observers pause and rock on their feet to peer around the balancing act in wonder.” - Joseph Flores

Read more.
2019, November 11th. Houston, Texas. Arigatou Studios.







“Freedom” freedom is not knowing what's ahead of the path, but still moving forward.
“He wants to visit rural areas of japan to find himself; and learn more of what he is capable of- we all dream to achieve more until we’re tired. He thinks coming to japan is the start of a new journey for him. Not only would this be the introduction to a new chapter in his life; but he plans on starting his first book out there.” - Yukina Matsumoto

2019, Takeo-Shi Sagan, Japan. Japanese Residency: Arts Itoya






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