FAT Lab’s KATSU Graffities Paula Cooper Gallery (Inadvertently)

Hyperallergic
Apr 2, 2013 5:04PM

F.A.T. Gold, the retrospective celebrating art/hacker/open-source activist collective Free Art and Technology (F.A.T.) Lab, has been open for about 20 minutes at Eyebeam, and they’re already pissing people off. The snafu occurred this afternoon, when graffiti artist Katsu started spraying gold paint all over the facade of Eyebeam with this trademark fire extinguisher. Naturally, he only had so much control over where the paint went in the wind tunnel of Chelsea, which meant that gold kinda sorta went everywhere.

Image: Katsu blings out Eyebeam, nailing Paula Cooper Gallery in the process. (all photos courtesy anonymous tipster)

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