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Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Your Chance to See the First Work in the Porkmaster Series

This Sunday afternoon Downtown for Democracy, a political action committee focused on mobilizing the creative community, will be hosting an avant-garde street fair in New York on 22nd St. between 10th and 11th Avenues. More than sixty contemporary artists will be participating with a variety of booths, games, and activities.

This week's New Yorker reports that Matthew Barney will be roasting a pig for the event. The magazine doesn't say what kind of barbecue sauce he favors, though. I would bet that he's moved beyond the typical Carolina vs. Kansas City sauce debate and that he uses something truly sui generis. Have you ever tried a Vaseline-based sauce? Me neither. This might be your chance.

For more information, and to reserve tickets, visit Downtown for Democracy's website.

If you end up going to the event, be thankful that they got Matthew Barney to cook lunch. The chef for the day could have been Paul McCarthy.

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