The Rattlecat Museum: An Exhibition of Screwball Comedy/Stories Going Steady / boice-terrel Allen

boice-terrel Allen, Rattlecat Museum, 2005



glass, fabric, metal, paper, plastic, rubber latex, wood

Allen’s doublebook, a novel and a collection of short stories, is suggested in individual representative installations and in performed readings, bringing the written word into the gallery space.
About the Artist
boice-terrel Allen is the author of two novels, Janet Hurst and The Daughters of a Mother, and the editor of Coloring Book: An Eclectic Anthology of Fiction & Poetry by Multicultural Writers, all released through his own publishing imprint, Rattlecat Press. He holds degrees from both the University of Pittsburgh and New York University's Graduate School of Journalism. Allen has been the recipient of grants and scholarships from the Multicultural Arts Initiative, the Pittsburgh Foundation and the Archie D. and Bertha H. Walker Foundation. Last year, he turned his eye towards fashion with his inaugural collection of graphic tees.
June 5 - July 31, 2005
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