Longtime collaborators Bobby Viteri, Luke Todd, Zach Sokol, and Eli Libman, collectively known as Eli & Sons, occupied an empty U-HAUL storefront — an 1,800-square-foot space they converted into a gallery — for six weeks, in Manhattan's blue-chip district.

 

Curated by Sokol, the exhibition featured new work by the legendary artist Mark Flood, sculptures by Luke Todd, a large-scale installation by Bobby Viteri, and a listening room for the launch of Eli Libman’s music label Quiet Time Tapes.

 

Sokol also built a full-scale “therapist’s office” (leather couch included), where he interviewed approximately 40 creatives about how the terms “fear” and “frisson” interact with their practices. The resulting material is in the process of being compiled into a full-length book.

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