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A project in New Orleans, LA by Ben Cannon

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This no-holds-barred look at the making of Brooklyn hip may be the funniest documentary to ever come busting out of the art world.
Backers: 133
Average Pledge Per Backer: $116

Funded: $15,487 of $15,000
Dates: Aug 29th -> Sep 28th (30 days)
Project By: Ben Cannon
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September 27th - via:
Dear Big Bad Supporters,  It is indeed a great day for us here at BBA HQ. Thanks to you amazing and generous bunch of individuals, we have met our goal and will receive the funding we need to complete Big Bad Art!  To mark this victorious occasion,... (Read More)


September 26th - via:
To our amazing supporters,  I am excited to announce that Kickstarter has "handpicked" us to appear on its "curated" blog. They published the brand new .GIF files we created (the same ones I unsuccessfully tried to share with you yesterday), along... (Read More)


September 25th - via:
Oh dear, the GIFs didn't work in this format but we'll get them up and let you know by tomorrow! xo, Coach B  (Read More)


September 24th - via:
To our amazing supporters and those considering supporting us: There are just two days remaining to raise the final 25 percent of our goal in order to receive funding. If we don't raise the full $15K, BIG BAD ART might cease to be, meaning the... (Read More)

We're making waves!

September 17th - via:
To our amazing supporters, Writing to let you know "Big Bad Art" is starting to enjoy a surge of media exposure.  For starters, we've just been named BEST CROWDFUNDED PROJECT OF THE WEEK by Movie Maker Magazine. There was a piece on über-hip... (Read More)

Crowdfunder of the Week: Big Bad Art

September 17th - via:
This week MovieMaker is delving into the world of contemporary artwork with Big Bad Art, a lively documentary about one artist’s struggle to complete the defining project of his career: a house party. That’s right, a beer keg, blasting stereo, writhing bodies-filled house party. (Read More)

Big Bad Art: House Party Installation Gets Its Own Documentary

September 17th - via:
Last year, artist Andrew Ohanesian built a fully functioning replica of a suburban home inside Pierogi Gallery’s Boiler in Brooklyn. I was there, in a manner of speaking, before the overturning of the bed and ceiling punching and the “Punk Rock for Rich Kids” wall writing, but everyone wilded out. The artist pretended to be mad but he wasn’t mad. It really was a suburban party, a very interesting experiment in relational aesthetics. (Read More)

Documentary on Andrew Ohanesian’s “House Party” Takes to Kickstarter

September 16th - via:
One year and two days ago, hundreds of people attended “The House Party,” an exhibition opening-cum-college kegger thrown to activate Andrew Ohanesian’s functioning replica of a suburban home inside Pierogi Gallery’s Boiler annex. Documentary filmmaker Ben Cannon was on hand to shoot the raucous happening — and the frantic construction process leading up to it — and now he’s launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the completion of the resulting feature-length documentary, “Big Bad Art.” (Read More)

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September 13th - via:
Remember that amazing House Party installation by Andrew Ohanesian? You know, the one where Andrew recreated an actual apartment inside The Boiler and then let people party and trash it over the duration of the show? (Read More)

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