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Brian Belott A Goosh Noosh at ZÜRCHER STUDIO

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Published on Sep 26, 2012

James Kalm steers his bike down Bleeker Street in the pouring rain of a late summer shower, and ducks into Zürcher Studio to attend the opening of Brian Belott's "A Goosh Noosh". Belott, a Brooklyn artists whose a raising star on the Downtown scene, has a reputation for his devil-may-care whimsy and goofball fabrication of intuitively beautiful objects. Using a reverse glass technique for most of these works, the artist achieves dazzling results with sparkling cellophane, florescent colors and metallic tapes. Despite the lush decorativeness of the works, there's also a looming formalist vocabulary that adds an astringent bite to this sweet stew. This program contains an interview with Belott as well as his performance of "I've Got You Under My Skin" recorded September 18, 2012.

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