Ask the I-Ching: a Public Oracle Interaction Open to All

Ask the I-Ching: a Public Oracle Interaction Open to All
Ask the I-Ching: A Public Oracle Interaction Open to All

Ask the I-Ching: a Public Oracle Interaction Open to All
Saturday June 16 from 3 – 6 pm
Raindate Sunday June 17 from 3 – 6 pm
A Gallery of the Streets Project presented by M55 Gallery and The Book of Changed
Bring your questions – political, personal , or professional – to the tiny park across from PS1 MoMA at Jackson  and 46th Ave. on 6/16 from 3 – 6 pm (raindate 6/17).

Join artist Priscilla Stadler and philosopher Gary Richmond in interactive consultations with the I-Ching (The Book of Change), a 5000 year old Chinese text. Based on interpreting a randomly-generated set of six solid or open lines, the I-Ching has been consulted for guidance on topics ranging from military strategy to personal relationships.

The 2012 Queens Arts Express challenges us to consider how health care, housing and economic policies affect our lives.  QAX asks us to answer the question “How would YOU change public policy?” specifically in these three areas.

These questions are very challenging for most of us to answer. Can an oracle like the I-Ching help?

Stadler and Richmond are members of The Book of Changed http://bookofchanged.wordpress.com/about/ , a group of eight multidisciplinary artists using the I-Ching to inform creative exploration.

Let’s see what the I-Ching can tell us about these topics, or any other questions you may be pondering.

For more information write to: priscillastudio@gmail.com

Ask the I-Ching is a Gallery of the Streets Project presented by M55 Gallery and The Book of Changed

Dates
06/16/2012

Time
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Venue Info
Across the street from PS1 MoMA
Jackson Ave. at 46th Ave
Long Island City, NY, 11101

coming soon

Admission
free

Categories

Artist Website
www.solanima.net
bookofchanged.wordpress.com/about/

Neighborhood
Long Island City

Public Transit
7, G, E

Parking

Nearby Dining
LIC Market


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