do-mes-tic /d?’m?st?k/ [duh-mes-tik] 1. of or pertaining to the home, the household, household affairs, or the family: domestic pleasures. 2. devoted to home life or household affairs. 3. tame; domesticated. 4. of or pertaining to one’s own or a particular country as apart from other countries: domestic trade. 5. indigenous to or produced or made within one’s own country; not foreign; native: domestic goods. 6. a hired household servant. 7. something produced or manufactured in one’s own country. 8. domestics, household items made of cloth, as sheets, towels and tablecloths.
AC [Direct] II presents a group video exhibition, by members of Rhizome and/or Perpetual Art Machine (PAM), that investigate the various facets of the definition of “domestic” within a 3 minute time frame. The videos are presented in a home-movie theater atmosphere, including seating and 9ft projection screen.
Artists: China Blue, Phyllis Bulkin-Lehrer, Osvaldo Cibils, Erica Clayton, Andrew Erdos, Kristen Galvin, Scott Groeniger, Henry Gwiazda, Jan Hakon-Erichson, Moira Holohan, Ellen Lake, JD McPherson, Jane Philbrick, Elise Roedenbeck, Robert Spahr and Keith Sullivan.