Chromophilia: An Exploration of a Few Corners of the Visible Spectrum

Date: Saturday, October 23, 2-4 pm
Venue: P.S.1, Long Island City, New York (second floor)

On Saturday, 23 October 2004 Cabinet presents "Chromophilia," an event based in part on Cabinet's ongoing Colors column. A mix of readings, audio-visual presentations, and chromatically interesting food experiences will be capped off with the first-ever mass administration of the Luscher Color Test.

Participants include Jonathan Ames (novelist and story-teller), Andrea Codrington (independent cultural critic), Tim Griffin (editor-in-chief of Artfirum), Frances Richard (a member of Cabinet's editorial team), and Albert Mobilio (poet and fiction editor at Bookforum).

Admission to the event is free, although an entrace fee may be charged to enter PS1. According to the PS1 website, "Admission is a $5.00 suggested donation $2.00 for students and seniors members free. Museum admission is free from noon - 2pm."

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