The RAMM:ELL:ZEE Galaxseum
       
     
 Exhibition Design, Curating, Project Management and Installation by Prescott Trudeau NOLA Art Dept  With support from Alexxa Gothardt and the great team behind The Suzanne Geiss Company, NYC, as well as Carmela Zingari from the Estate of RAMM:ELL:ZEE. Fabrication by Tri-Lox Design Build.
       
     
 The exhibition was the most comprehensive display of RAMM:ELL:ZEE's works to date. Artwork included action figures, paintings, costumes, music videos, two sets of Letter Racers, a double-sided comic book and historical documents (such as Ramm's patent for the Letter Racer).
       
     
 This was an epic installation. The gallery lights were dimmed and lightboxes outfitted with black lights made glow RAMM's paintings. Each Letter Racer was suspended from three airline cables anchored into the ceiling, thus requiring 156 individual ceiling anchors, all spaced perfectly for a myriad flying arsenal of Letter Racers conducting intergalactic battle. 
       
     
The Letter Racers
       
     
Shun-U Costume
       
     
Costume & Paintings
       
     
Reading Room
       
     
Double-Sided Comic Book
       
     
Hands-On Workshop
       
     
 Amazing buddies and colleagues: John, Bender, (Me) & Jess
       
     
Show Statement
       
     
The RAMM:ELL:ZEE Galaxseum
       
     
The RAMM:ELL:ZEE Galaxseum

Oct 4, 2012 – Feb 3, 2013

Children’s Museum of the Arts, NYC

 

 Exhibition Design, Curating, Project Management and Installation by Prescott Trudeau NOLA Art Dept  With support from Alexxa Gothardt and the great team behind The Suzanne Geiss Company, NYC, as well as Carmela Zingari from the Estate of RAMM:ELL:ZEE. Fabrication by Tri-Lox Design Build.
       
     

Exhibition Design, Curating, Project Management and Installation by Prescott Trudeau NOLA Art Dept

With support from Alexxa Gothardt and the great team behind The Suzanne Geiss Company, NYC, as well as Carmela Zingari from the Estate of RAMM:ELL:ZEE. Fabrication by Tri-Lox Design Build.

 The exhibition was the most comprehensive display of RAMM:ELL:ZEE's works to date. Artwork included action figures, paintings, costumes, music videos, two sets of Letter Racers, a double-sided comic book and historical documents (such as Ramm's patent for the Letter Racer).
       
     

The exhibition was the most comprehensive display of RAMM:ELL:ZEE's works to date. Artwork included action figures, paintings, costumes, music videos, two sets of Letter Racers, a double-sided comic book and historical documents (such as Ramm's patent for the Letter Racer).

 This was an epic installation. The gallery lights were dimmed and lightboxes outfitted with black lights made glow RAMM's paintings. Each Letter Racer was suspended from three airline cables anchored into the ceiling, thus requiring 156 individual ceiling anchors, all spaced perfectly for a myriad flying arsenal of Letter Racers conducting intergalactic battle. 
       
     

This was an epic installation. The gallery lights were dimmed and lightboxes outfitted with black lights made glow RAMM's paintings. Each Letter Racer was suspended from three airline cables anchored into the ceiling, thus requiring 156 individual ceiling anchors, all spaced perfectly for a myriad flying arsenal of Letter Racers conducting intergalactic battle. 

The Letter Racers
       
     
The Letter Racers

Can you guess which letter this Letter Racer represents? RAMM:ELL:ZEE created entire alphabets of Letter Racers with skateboards and found materials. They were part of a vision of the future (Gothic Futurism) that RAMM:ELL:ZEE spent decades refining through his visual art, performance and writing.

Shun-U Costume
       
     
Shun-U Costume
Costume & Paintings
       
     
Costume & Paintings


 

Reading Room
       
     
Reading Room
Double-Sided Comic Book
       
     
Double-Sided Comic Book
Hands-On Workshop
       
     
Hands-On Workshop
 Amazing buddies and colleagues: John, Bender, (Me) & Jess
       
     

Amazing buddies and colleagues: John, Bender, (Me) & Jess

Show Statement
       
     
Show Statement