The Suburban Milwaukee: 16 Years @ Mount Airy Contemporary, Philadelphia, PA
Zach Formwalt, Philip Vanderhyden, Rose Disalvo, Alexander Herzog, Michelle Grabner, Brad Killam, John Riepenhoff, Lane Relyea ,Andrew Falkowski, Jacob Goudreault, Jamisen Ogg, Adriane Herman, Howard Fonda, Mike Andrews, Siebren Versteeg, Magalie Guerin, Steven Husby, Assaf Evron, Angela Dufresne, Amy Park, Richard Galling, Oli Watt, Titus Dawson, Dana Degiulio, David Gracie, Deirdre O’Dwyer, Pete Fagundo, Winslow Smith, Erik Frydenborg, Gabe Farrar, Lise Haller Baggesen Ross, Joseph Grigely, Amy Vogel, Mark Klassen, Kevin Maginnis, Elijah Burgher


Installation View - Richard Galling and John Riepenhoff

The Great Poor Farm Experiment VII
Cary Cronenwett’s film Peace of Mind documents Flo McGarrell’s time in Jacmel, Haiti, before Flo’s untimely death in the 2010 earthquake. Wynne Greenwood pieces together the video backstory to Tracy and the Plastics, thinking about rivers now instead of mountains. Dana DeGiulio has built a double of black clay, stuffed it in a suitcase and smuggled it through TSA. Danny Giles is working through forms of Horror Noire in the real political violence inflicted on black citizens and the analogous fictional violence in the genre of horror. Josh Ploeg cooks. Amy Yao does her work underground. Gregg Bordowitz curates videos from the Video Data Bank, including Dan Graham’s Rock My Religion. CauleenSmith and Bryan O’Keefe will speak about the SDS and show his recent video, Something Has to Change, which documents the evolution of a friendship through spectatorship and the desire for mutual recognition, shot in three self-parodic phases. Matthew Evan Taylor will lead a noise workshop. Neil Gravander (courtesy Microlights), a Poncili Creación parade, Kirsten Stoltmann’s suffering, Katy Cowan indexing of the “sit-in” and others will also convene at The Great Poor Farm Experiment, July 31 through August 2. Conceived and curated by Molly Zuckerman-Hartung, with assistance from Nicholas Frank, the Experiment promises a deafening roar, a belly laugh, renewed energy, a respite, a return.

Other 2015 Great Poor Farm Experiments include:

A selection of work by participants in the The Drawing Center’s Open Sessions; Summer School, an annual informal gathering of students, faculty, and artists exploring experimental forms of dialog and education guided by artist Aaron VanDyke; John Riepenhoff and Richard Galling, hosting their annual “Lazy River, Keep Showing Me Your Rafts,” which includes a raft-building competition and a float down the Little Wolf River; and the pedagogical platform Lifetime Achievement and Packing My Library 2014–2015, with Molly Zuckerman-Hartung’s library evoking Walter Benjamin: ”For what else is this collection but a disorder to which habit has accommodated itself to such an extent that it can appear as order?”


Curbit Festival, Mont Salève, France


Baudrillard’s America @ Andrew Rafacz Gallery
Larissa Borteh, Jay Davis, Ted Gahl , Richard Galling, Andrew Holmquist, Noël Morical, Josh Reames, Adam Scott, Wendy White


Exteriorized Bliss @ The Green Gallery

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Theme Song For An Exhibition
The Sound of White Columns
Music Produced by Richard Galling and Evan Gruzis
Vocals by Nicole Rodgers
Lyrics by David Robbins
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RFM: Natural Flavor
Jolly Jams Records
Written and Produced: Richard Galling

12" Available at:
Bent Crayon Records – US
Juno Records – UK
Sound Channel – JP
Technique – JP
Japonica Music – JP


The Great Poor Farm Experiment VI
Nelly Agassi, Cargo Space and Bad at Sports, Sara Caron, Abigail DeVille, Drawing Center’s Open Sessions, Assaf Evron, Nicholas Frank, Lise Haller Baggesen, Lifetime Achievement, Jacob Lillemose, Microlights, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, Maddie Reyna and Levi Budd, John Riepenhoff and Richard Galling, Marko Spalatin, Mark Tobey, Amikam Toren, Aaron Van Dyke and Summer School, Steve Wetzel, Jonathan Williams, Molly Zuckerman-Hartung


Plein Air et Dans @ THE SUBURBAN, Chicago, IL
Richard Galling with John Riepenhoff


Installation View - Richard Galling and John Riepenhoff

TGIF @ The Impala Lounge
DJs: Paul & KT, Richard Galling, and Tom Roberts


DJ Kaos: Swoop (Produced by Evan & Rich)
Jolly Jams Records
Music by Kaos, Evan & Rich
Produced & Mixed by Evan & Rich at Milwaukee Studios, USA

12" Available at:
Amoeba – US
Piccadilly Records – UK
Juno – UK
Lighthouse – JP


The Great Poor Farm Experiment
Lucio Pozzi, Lars Wolter, Indie Architecture, Lise Haller Baggesen, Lorenza Sannai, John Riepenhoff, Richard Galling, Aaron Van Dyke, and Summer School 2013
Analogue Other organized by Margot Samel
Torsten Lauschmann, Charlotte Prodger, Corin Sworn, Sue Tompkins
Who Wants Flowers When You’re Dead organized by Jonathan Thomas
A.K. Burns, Abigail DeVille, D.W. Griffith accompanied by Jackie Beckey and Jonathan Kaiser, Joachim Koester, Justin Thomas Schaefer, Jonathan Bruce Williams, C. Spencer Yeh


Installation View - John Riepenhoff and Richard Galling

Dr. Beat from San Sebastian: Acid Water (Richard’s Bradford Beach Mix)
Jolly Jams Records
Remix Production: Richard from Milwaukee
Acid Water
Written and Produced: Jaime Sagastibeltza

12" Available at:
Amobea – US
Piccadilly Records – UK
Juno – UK
Lighthouse – JP


MKE-LAX, Los Angeles, CA

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Richard from Milwaukee: Free Love
Jolly Jams Records
Written and Produced: Richard Galling
Vocals: Porchia Strapp
An Eric ‘Dunks’ Mix
Remix Production: Eric Duncan
Fernando Remix
Remix Production: Fernando Pulichino

12" Available at:
Amobea – US
Piccadilly Records – UK
Juno – UK
Lighthouse – JP


Wildness Afterparty @ Circle A
Performance by Cartoon Pussy
DJs: Richard Galling and E Yankishev


Smooth & Sandy Sessions Pt. 3, Miami, FL
DJs: Matthew Higgs, Richard Galling, Tyson Reeder, and John Riepenhoff


After The After Party @ The Impala Lounge
DJs: Sara Caron, John Riepenhoff, Evan Gruzis, Richard Galling, and Cody Frei vs Tyler Roberts


Did You See Heaven: WYSIWYG @ Peregrine Program, Chicago, IL
McKeever Donovan, Susanne Doremus, Ron Ewert, Richard Galling, Antonia Gurkovska, Oliver Henry, Sofia Leiby, Josh Reames, and Ezara Spangl


Installation View - McKeever Donovan, Susanne Doremus, Richard Galling, Antonia Gurkovska, Oliver Henry, and Ezara Spangl

Richard from Milwaukee: Too Close/Better Off
Jolly Jams Records
Written and Produced by: Richard Galling
Vocals: Denise Burton
Cover Art: John Riepenhoff

12" Available at:
Amobea – US
Phonica – UK
Juno – UK
Underground Gallery – JP

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