Todd Colby, Marianne Vitale, and Dina Seiden

An evening of performance with Todd Colby, Dina Seiden, and Marianne Vitale, with original costumes by Vitale.

Todd Colby, b. 1962, is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. Colby’s sixth book of poetry, Splash State, was published by The Song Cave in 2014. He was also one of the participating artists in the MoMA PS1 exhibition Greater New York (2015). 

Marianne Vitale is an artist living and working in New York City. Her video Patron exhibited in the 2010 Whitney Biennial. In 2013, The Contemporary Austin's inaugural exhibition featured two solo installations, including Burned Bridge Junction and Common Crossings. Vitale's ongoing sculptural series of Burned Bridges has been part of several solo gallery and museum exhibitions including What I Need to Do Is Lighten The Fuck Up About A Lot of Shit at Zach Feuer Gallery; Bright Dark Future at Le Confort Moderne; If You Expect To Rate as a Gentleman, Do Not Expectorate On the Floor'' at Unge Kunstneres Samfund; Lost Marbles at Le Marbrerie, Montreuil; and Huey, Dewey & Louie at Kunstraum Innsbruck. For the Performa 13 Biennial, Vitale was commissioned to produce The Missing Book of Spurs, a performance set in a "saloon/[brothel]/weather station." A publication is forthcoming. Other venues that have exhibited Vitale's work include the Rubell Family Collection, Kling & Bang, SculptureCenter, Saatchi Gallery, Massimo DeCarlo Gallery, White Columns, L&M, Brooklyn Museum, Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, and San Francisco Art Institute From April 2014 through March 2015, Vitale's outdoor sculptural exhibition "Common Crossings" was presented on the High Line in New York City, curated by Cecilia Alemani. Vitale works with Contemporary Fine Arts Berlin.

Dina Seiden was born in the East Village, and barely raised while intermittently lowered in Queens and the Bronx. She attended Swarthmore College and pursued an MFA in Film at Columbia University, where she was granted the Screenwriting and Comedy Central fellowships, and the NY Women in Film and Television Prize.

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Mar 15th 2019