Brooklyn Research is pleased to announce its inaugural publication, Off Season by David Kennedy Cutler. This book will compile text and images generated during the ten weeks (January – March 2018) Cutler “survived” the winter at Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton, NY. For this performance-produced installation, Cutler lived and worked in costume while his audience could follow his activities by live-streaming the exhibit remotely.
The full color, 200 page catalog will be launched in spring 2019, one year after Off Season closed. It will include Cutler’s weekly dispatches from the Hamptons and a selection of the thousands of images produced during his residency.
Off Season is designed by Alex Lesy, and features an essay by Erica Dawn Lyle, an interview with Ross Simonini, and poems by Aude Jomini.
Brooklyn Research and the Foundation For Contemporary Arts supported this exhibition from its inception, and this publication will serve as a definitive document of Cutler’s project.
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