62 Photos - Oct 20, 2013
Photo: Photo: Photo: Sarah Lind . at the openingPhoto: The Nash was built in Kenosha, WI "The Kenosha Cadillac"Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Watercolors by Johnnie of Wisconsin lifePhoto: Photo: Postcards of Wisconsin collected and arranged by Johnnie and JuliePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Portraits of Wisconsin people by Johnnie and JuliePhoto: Objects - Wisconsin souvenirsPhoto: Objects - Wisconsin souvenirsVideo: Johnnie and friends gave a sound performance at the openingPhoto: Julie captured part of it on film/pixelsPhoto: Video: the soundscape went on a long time but we all stayed . . .Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: and stayedPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: and stayedPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: and stayedPhoto: Photo: even the childrenPhoto: Photo: Photo: Johnnie remembered someone using a Nash as a corn crip when he was growing up in WisconsinPhoto: Photo: So he found one in Idaho and had it shipped to Wisconsin for the exhibitPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: He wanted to fill it with dried corn, but the Kohler was afraid of bugs; so he cast 1000 corncobs in concrete to fill the car (which still runs and was driven from Appleton to Sheboygan for the show)Photo: Photo: This wasn't part of there show but was up at the Kohler that nightPhoto: And Kohler is a manufacturer of bathroom fixtures; so invited artists to go all out on the bathrooms at the art center. This is the men's roomPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: My one shot in the Ladies roomPhoto: A mask from another show opening that night by an outsider artist/collector