Don’t Piss On Me and Tell Me It’s Raining Opens at apexart Tonight!

April 7, 2010 · Print This Article

The time has finally come: Don’t Piss on Me and Tell Me It’s Raining, aka Bad at Sports’ exhibition at apexart in New York, opens tonight! Everyone is thrilled and excited and truly grateful to the wonderful folks at apex art for giving us this fantastic opportunity. So if you’re in New York city tonight, be sure and swing by the opening from 6-8pm to meet Richard, Duncan, Tom, Amanda, Meg and other fabulous people who will be in attendance. Full details on the show were posted on the blog earlier this week. A few pics from the installation follow, and make sure to track the hilarious antics of the Bad at Sports crew today and tonight by following the hashtag #basapex on Twitter.

And for those of you not able to take a NY trip this time round, lucky for you (and me), all of the public talks will be recorded and broadcast on upcoming episodes of the podcast so you won’t miss a word. Next week on the blog, Meg will have a big New York city wrap-up  with installation pics, reviews, notes and other fun stuff, and we’ll post highlight pictures of the exhibition as they come in and/or if anyone remembers to send them to me. Congratulations everyone!!

Incubate's submission to the Bad at Sports archive

A chunk of The Suburban, now part of the B@S archives.




Bad at Sports Needs YOUR Questions!

March 7, 2010 · Print This Article

Don’t forget! Bad at Sports is asking you to pose your own questions to your artworld in conjunction with our upcoming exhibition at apexart. The questions should be videotaped (if you have a Mac, Photobooth should work nicely, otherwise your camera’s video function or your iphone’s video should do the trick too), need only be a few seconds to a minute long, and should contain a question you’ve always had a burning desire to ask of…well, anyone connected to the world of art (provided they’re still alive….although….we have always wanted to conduct spirit seances with the dead….but nah, we’ll save that for another project). We can pretty much accept any video format, but the most ideal is .m4v file format. Once you’ve shot your video, email it to us at

video.badatsports@gmail.com

and, not only will we include it in our upcoming exhibition at Apex Art, we’ll go directly to the source to find answers to your questions.

Chris Johanson, "I Am What Is Called Human."