Marcy B. Freedman, who we affectionately call “WAG’s favorite performance artist,” has been in touch with news about yet another of her innovative projects.
This time the Croton-on-Hudson artist tells us that she and fellow artist Gene Panczenko are going to be screening their newest collaborative video project – on Halloween.
The pair created a short video called “THE SINK” in the style of the classic horror films of the 1930s.
Here’s how Freedman and Panczenko have described the work:
“‘THE SINK’ is perfect for Halloween, as it combines elements of suspense with a bit of creepiness,” Freedman says.
Panczenko adds that “the dark and moody setting and a brief suggestion of sexuality bring a touch of film noir to the video.”
The two artists have often shown their work in museums and galleries. In fact, one of their earlier video projects is currently on view at the Blue Door Gallery in Yonkers.
“THE SINK,” however, will be presented to the general public during a free outdoor screening, shown continuously from 8 to 10 on Halloween night outside Freedman’s studio at 1006 Brown St. in Peekskill.
For more, contact Freedman at (914) 271-5891 or firstname.lastname@example.org