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THE CRADLE OF POSTHUMANITY +0+ VECTOR 2.0 OPENS ON AUGUST 1ST AT 8PM
Know That Ye Who Have Passed Through The Doors Within Our Palace Have Forfeited Your Immortal Souls, For These Are The Gates Of Hell.  AND WE WERE WITH ABRAHAM AND ISAAC, AND WE WERE THE SNAKE(S) — + — AND WE HAVE LONG ARMS AS VISHNU, WE EMBRACE ++ - ++
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ARE YOU COMING TO THE PARTY?  
THE CRADLE OF POSTHUMANITY +0+ VECTOR 2.0 OPENS ON AUGUST 1ST AT 8PM
Know That Ye Who Have Passed Through The Doors Within Our Palace Have Forfeited Your Immortal Souls, For These Are The Gates Of Hell.  AND WE WERE WITH ABRAHAM AND ISAAC, AND WE WERE THE SNAKE(S) — + — AND WE HAVE LONG ARMS AS VISHNU, WE EMBRACE ++ - ++
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ARE YOU COMING TO THE PARTY?  
THE CRADLE OF POSTHUMANITY +0+ VECTOR 2.0 OPENS ON AUGUST 1ST AT 8PM
Know That Ye Who Have Passed Through The Doors Within Our Palace Have Forfeited Your Immortal Souls, For These Are The Gates Of Hell.  AND WE WERE WITH ABRAHAM AND ISAAC, AND WE WERE THE SNAKE(S) — + — AND WE HAVE LONG ARMS AS VISHNU, WE EMBRACE ++ - ++
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ARE YOU COMING TO THE PARTY?  
THE CRADLE OF POSTHUMANITY +0+ VECTOR 2.0 OPENS ON AUGUST 1ST AT 8PM
Know That Ye Who Have Passed Through The Doors Within Our Palace Have Forfeited Your Immortal Souls, For These Are The Gates Of Hell.  AND WE WERE WITH ABRAHAM AND ISAAC, AND WE WERE THE SNAKE(S) — + — AND WE HAVE LONG ARMS AS VISHNU, WE EMBRACE ++ - ++
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ARE YOU COMING TO THE PARTY?  

THE CRADLE OF POSTHUMANITY +0+ VECTOR 2.0 OPENS ON AUGUST 1ST AT 8PM

Know That Ye Who Have Passed Through The Doors Within Our Palace Have Forfeited Your Immortal Souls, For These Are The Gates Of Hell.  AND WE WERE WITH ABRAHAM AND ISAAC, AND WE WERE THE SNAKE(S) — + — AND WE HAVE LONG ARMS AS VISHNU, WE EMBRACE ++ - ++

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Inside. Opens August 1.

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vectors in jerusalem

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Crown Prince of Hell JJ Brine and Crown Prince of Porn Bruce LaBruce celebrate the immortal season of conspiracy with a subtle gesture of absolute omniscience. 

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We'd like to use one of The LaBiancas songs on our podcast for an upcoming episode. How can we get your permission so we can give full credit?

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First of all, thanks for following me. Second, I instantaneously fell in love with your art - awesome stuff! Finally, I checked out your music, and I love, love, love it! I really dig how varied the sound is, from one track to another. <3

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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE
JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity
by Paul Weiner
VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.
Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asnevent, Alan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner: Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.
JJ Brine: Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.
Paul Weiner: Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?
JJ Brine: VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.
Paul Weiner: Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?
JJ Brine: Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.
Paul Weiner: Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.
JJ Brine: It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.
Paul Weiner: Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?
JJ Brine: Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.
Paul Weiner: Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?
JJ Brine: There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.
Paul Weiner:
Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?
JJ Brine: Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!
Paul Weiner: Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?
JJ Brine: They are different formats for One incantation.
Paul Weiner: Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?
JJ Brine: VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.
Paul Weiner: Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?
JJ Brine: Yes.
Paul Weiner: VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?
JJ Brine: We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.
Paul Weiner: Anything you’d like to add?
JJ Brine: The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.
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CRITIQUE COLLECTIVE

JJ Brine’s VECTOR Gallery Explores Cultural Hybridity

by Paul Weiner

VECTOR Gallery is among contemporary art’s foremost installation spaces, located at 40 Clinton Street in New York City and constructed by JJ Brine. The gallery operates in its own futuristic time zone as a means for disrupting reality within what Brine calls the PostHuman movement. VECTOR Gallery stands out from other avant garde installations as a space decoding cultural hybridity. VECTOR assimilates growing cultural movements under its PostHuman conceptual framework with an unabashed interplay between old and new as Brine intertwines religion and identity politics, the internet and physical space, colonial government structures and liberation, the future and the present.

Throughout the interview, Brine uses some terms that he has coined such asneventAlan, and antity. Please find definitions of these words in the VECTOR glossary. Further information about the concept behind VECTOR can be found in Brine’s artist statement and updates from the The Government of The Satanic State of VECTOR are also available online.

Paul Weiner:
Tell us a little about the way VECTOR Gallery and your title, Crown Prince of Hell, came to be.

JJ Brine:
Eye have had that title for as long as Eye can remember and VECTOR Gallery came into being when Eye embraced it.

Paul Weiner:
Many religious and pop culture references are made in your work, including a comparison of Charles Manson to Jesus. Could you describe the religious aspect of VECTOR Gallery?

JJ Brine:
VECTOR is itself a religion, and it manifests according to the observation of its own tenets. It reveals the nature(s) of all who engage it, and at the same time it reformats their nature(s) as it sees fit.

Paul Weiner:
Do you see your work as site-specific and strictly contained within VECTOR Gallery or are you open to exhibitions in other gallery spaces or museums?

JJ Brine:
Eye had a militantly site-specific policy for some time but Eye have developed an expansionistic agenda as of late. One recent manifestation of this is my PostHuman Mass Grave.

Paul Weiner:
Describe your PostHuman Mass Grave and how it came to be.

JJ Brine:
It is the Guarantor of the coming events. You have to bait the reality to make it bite.

Paul Weiner:
Could you describe a few of VECTOR’s religious tenets?

JJ Brine:
Shall Eye invert the entirety of Lord Universe in order to describe Lord Universe Itself? Everything is in alignment with its Antity. There is no need for semantic distinction between “is” and “becomes” when We know that everything is happening All at once – The Infinitoment. The AntiChrist is Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is The AntiChrist.

Paul Weiner:
Do you recruit new members to join VECTOR? How many followers do you have?

JJ Brine:
There are infinite ways to count to One, and there is One way to count to infinity. You might find me saying, in some other time and place: “Oh, but this was all prearranged, Baby.” And that would be true. But Eye have no need for followers, for Eye am herding neither cattle nor sheep! If We are to be together, forever, We need only share a passing thought. And in that thought the entire world is following me, and vice-versa.

Paul Weiner:

Would you like VECTOR to expand outside of New York City?

JJ Brine:
Do Eye have a choice? As if it could be contained…!

Paul Weiner:
Do you see your music and installations as aesthetically linked? Do you create them simultaneously?

JJ Brine:
They are different formats for One incantation.

Paul Weiner:
Do you consider VECTOR to be linked to an exploration of sexual identity?

JJ Brine:
VECTOR can be used as a prism for the exploration of any identity.

Paul Weiner:
Do you believe VECTOR is a forum to disrupt historical cultural norms and offer a new kind of history?

JJ Brine:
Yes.

Paul Weiner:
VECTOR Gallery recently hosted a PostHuman wedding. What other kinds of ceremonies or events does the gallery host?

JJ Brine:
We are linking up the beginning to the end, the end to the beginning. We serve the interests of infinity in its infinite forms. We are especially interested in hosting Nevents – events which cannot and will never take place.

Paul Weiner:
Anything you’d like to add?

JJ Brine:
The Satanic State of VECTOR is looking for attachés to appoint to the following territories: Japan, Tunisia, Yemen, China, Zimbabwe, India, Vanuatu, Sweden, Somalia, Argentina, Ethiopia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, Indonesia, Suriname, Mexico, France, Germany, Syria, Lebanon, and Benin, among others. Please be in touch if you know that We are waiting to hear from you.

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jjbrine if youre seeing this I love your work and youre my artistic role model/inspiration

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Eye the Prism &amp; Vectorian Ambassador to Israel 
have safely returned to 
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes &amp; bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &amp;serve the crown prince of hell
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Eye the Prism &amp; Vectorian Ambassador to Israel 
have safely returned to 
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes &amp; bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &amp;serve the crown prince of hell
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Eye the Prism &amp; Vectorian Ambassador to Israel 
have safely returned to 
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes &amp; bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &amp;serve the crown prince of hell
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cecilyfeitel:

Eye the Prism &amp; Vectorian Ambassador to Israel 
have safely returned to 
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes &amp; bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &amp;serve the crown prince of hell
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cecilyfeitel:

Eye the Prism &amp; Vectorian Ambassador to Israel 
have safely returned to 
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes &amp; bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &amp;serve the crown prince of hell
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cecilyfeitel:

Eye the Prism &amp; Vectorian Ambassador to Israel 
have safely returned to 
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes &amp; bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &amp;serve the crown prince of hell
ZoomInfo
cecilyfeitel:

Eye the Prism &amp; Vectorian Ambassador to Israel 
have safely returned to 
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes &amp; bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &amp;serve the crown prince of hell
ZoomInfo

cecilyfeitel:

Eye the Prism & Vectorian Ambassador to Israel
have safely returned to
nyc
Just before the law locked the air 4 planes & bombs
praise be
My honor to spread vector &serve the crown prince of hell

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JUNE 12, 2014
NYMAG.COM + BEDFORDANDBOWERY.COM
BY KIRSTEN O’REGAN
‘Official Art Gallery of Satan’ Gets Burned By Its Landlord
The devil went down to East Broadway?
VECTOR Gallery, the self-declared “Official Art Gallery of Satan,” has been cast out of heaven — or at least, Clinton Street.JJ Brine, self-professed Crown Prince of Darkness and exponent of the posthuman art movement, opened VECTOR at 40 Clinton in July of last year. The tiny storefront was filled with creepy dolls, a shrine to a certain murderous cult leader, and an animal-masked mannequin holding up a sign declaring “Charles Manson Is Christ.”
Brine was occupying the space on a month-by-month basis — “and then suddenly I was told the place was being leased,” he recalls. What the hell?
The gallery, which claims to be both The Antichrist and “the most interesting phenomenon in New York,” quietly left Clinton Street at the end of May, only to hotfoot it to a new location, at 154 East Broadway (a gap of only 11 days, which some might term supernaturally speedy).
“I’m really excited about the new space. It’s on the cusp of Chinatown but still on the Lower East Side,” says Brine, who is also acting head of government. (VECTOR unilaterally seceded from the U.S. in November of last year: “I have an administration with a cabinet of ministers,” Brine explained. “And everyone has different psychic responsibilities.”)
As for the gallery itself, “It’s about all things. The intelligence that animates all life,” says Brine. At the basis of his project is a particular conception of unity: the idea that “the devil is the Lord and the Lord is the devil; we all have the sublime and the diabolical within us.”
It’s not surprising the gallery’s monthly religious ceremonies–which Brine says draw a crowd of 60 or so–will now be conducted near Seward Park. The neighborhood is so hot right now.
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JUNE 12, 2014
NYMAG.COM + BEDFORDANDBOWERY.COM
BY KIRSTEN O’REGAN
‘Official Art Gallery of Satan’ Gets Burned By Its Landlord
The devil went down to East Broadway?
VECTOR Gallery, the self-declared “Official Art Gallery of Satan,” has been cast out of heaven — or at least, Clinton Street.JJ Brine, self-professed Crown Prince of Darkness and exponent of the posthuman art movement, opened VECTOR at 40 Clinton in July of last year. The tiny storefront was filled with creepy dolls, a shrine to a certain murderous cult leader, and an animal-masked mannequin holding up a sign declaring “Charles Manson Is Christ.”
Brine was occupying the space on a month-by-month basis — “and then suddenly I was told the place was being leased,” he recalls. What the hell?
The gallery, which claims to be both The Antichrist and “the most interesting phenomenon in New York,” quietly left Clinton Street at the end of May, only to hotfoot it to a new location, at 154 East Broadway (a gap of only 11 days, which some might term supernaturally speedy).
“I’m really excited about the new space. It’s on the cusp of Chinatown but still on the Lower East Side,” says Brine, who is also acting head of government. (VECTOR unilaterally seceded from the U.S. in November of last year: “I have an administration with a cabinet of ministers,” Brine explained. “And everyone has different psychic responsibilities.”)
As for the gallery itself, “It’s about all things. The intelligence that animates all life,” says Brine. At the basis of his project is a particular conception of unity: the idea that “the devil is the Lord and the Lord is the devil; we all have the sublime and the diabolical within us.”
It’s not surprising the gallery’s monthly religious ceremonies–which Brine says draw a crowd of 60 or so–will now be conducted near Seward Park. The neighborhood is so hot right now.
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JUNE 12, 2014
NYMAG.COM + BEDFORDANDBOWERY.COM
BY KIRSTEN O’REGAN
‘Official Art Gallery of Satan’ Gets Burned By Its Landlord
The devil went down to East Broadway?
VECTOR Gallery, the self-declared “Official Art Gallery of Satan,” has been cast out of heaven — or at least, Clinton Street.JJ Brine, self-professed Crown Prince of Darkness and exponent of the posthuman art movement, opened VECTOR at 40 Clinton in July of last year. The tiny storefront was filled with creepy dolls, a shrine to a certain murderous cult leader, and an animal-masked mannequin holding up a sign declaring “Charles Manson Is Christ.”
Brine was occupying the space on a month-by-month basis — “and then suddenly I was told the place was being leased,” he recalls. What the hell?
The gallery, which claims to be both The Antichrist and “the most interesting phenomenon in New York,” quietly left Clinton Street at the end of May, only to hotfoot it to a new location, at 154 East Broadway (a gap of only 11 days, which some might term supernaturally speedy).
“I’m really excited about the new space. It’s on the cusp of Chinatown but still on the Lower East Side,” says Brine, who is also acting head of government. (VECTOR unilaterally seceded from the U.S. in November of last year: “I have an administration with a cabinet of ministers,” Brine explained. “And everyone has different psychic responsibilities.”)
As for the gallery itself, “It’s about all things. The intelligence that animates all life,” says Brine. At the basis of his project is a particular conception of unity: the idea that “the devil is the Lord and the Lord is the devil; we all have the sublime and the diabolical within us.”
It’s not surprising the gallery’s monthly religious ceremonies–which Brine says draw a crowd of 60 or so–will now be conducted near Seward Park. The neighborhood is so hot right now.
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JUNE 12, 2014

NYMAG.COM + BEDFORDANDBOWERY.COM

‘Official Art Gallery of Satan’ Gets Burned By Its Landlord

The devil went down to East Broadway?

VECTOR Gallery, the self-declared “Official Art Gallery of Satan,” has been cast out of heaven — or at least, Clinton Street.

JJ Brine, self-professed Crown Prince of Darkness and exponent of the posthuman art movement, opened VECTOR at 40 Clinton in July of last year. The tiny storefront was filled with creepy dolls, a shrine to a certain murderous cult leader, and an animal-masked mannequin holding up a sign declaring “Charles Manson Is Christ.”

Brine was occupying the space on a month-by-month basis — “and then suddenly I was told the place was being leased,” he recalls. What the hell?

The gallery, which claims to be both The Antichrist and “the most interesting phenomenon in New York,” quietly left Clinton Street at the end of May, only to hotfoot it to a new location, at 154 East Broadway (a gap of only 11 days, which some might term supernaturally speedy).

“I’m really excited about the new space. It’s on the cusp of Chinatown but still on the Lower East Side,” says Brine, who is also acting head of government. (VECTOR unilaterally seceded from the U.S. in November of last year: “I have an administration with a cabinet of ministers,” Brine explained. “And everyone has different psychic responsibilities.”)

As for the gallery itself, “It’s about all things. The intelligence that animates all life,” says Brine. At the basis of his project is a particular conception of unity: the idea that “the devil is the Lord and the Lord is the devil; we all have the sublime and the diabolical within us.”

It’s not surprising the gallery’s monthly religious ceremonies–which Brine says draw a crowd of 60 or so–will now be conducted near Seward Park. The neighborhood is so hot right now.

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VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING
At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.
 Facebook Event Page
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VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING
At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.
 Facebook Event Page
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VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING
At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.
 Facebook Event Page
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vectorgallery:

VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING
At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.
 Facebook Event Page
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vectorgallery:

VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING
At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.
 Facebook Event Page
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VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING
At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.
 Facebook Event Page
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vectorgallery:

VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING
At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.
 Facebook Event Page
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VECTOR GALLERY — OPENING

At 8PM on Friday, August 1st We will celebrate the opening of the new VECTOR Gallery.  Bring your Body and Soul and The Devil will take care of the rest.

 Facebook Event Page

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BOWERY BOOGIE
Satanic VECTOR Gallery Relocates to 154 East Broadway


 
by Elie
Clinton Street is no longer the center of the occult, home of the devil. Satanic sachem JJ Brine has taken his rather photogenic VECTOR Gallery to another circle of hell. That of East Broadway in Chinatown.
Squeezed from its former perch, VECTOR now has a new home at 154 East Broadway, where it will continue to stir the cauldron and create controversy. In the territory of deep Chinatown. The space is chock full of the same satanic sundries – lights, art, foil furnishings, and dolls. Yet, this time around the storefront has a dedicated awning, something the previous location lacked.
JJ Brine tells us that it was just time to move. Apparently the “Clinton St location was swallowed by a nevent tunnel, and continues to evolve toward infinite measures of infinity!”
After all, there’s not much room on the upscaled Clinton Street for something so occult and polarizing.
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BOWERY BOOGIE
Satanic VECTOR Gallery Relocates to 154 East Broadway


 
by Elie
Clinton Street is no longer the center of the occult, home of the devil. Satanic sachem JJ Brine has taken his rather photogenic VECTOR Gallery to another circle of hell. That of East Broadway in Chinatown.
Squeezed from its former perch, VECTOR now has a new home at 154 East Broadway, where it will continue to stir the cauldron and create controversy. In the territory of deep Chinatown. The space is chock full of the same satanic sundries – lights, art, foil furnishings, and dolls. Yet, this time around the storefront has a dedicated awning, something the previous location lacked.
JJ Brine tells us that it was just time to move. Apparently the “Clinton St location was swallowed by a nevent tunnel, and continues to evolve toward infinite measures of infinity!”
After all, there’s not much room on the upscaled Clinton Street for something so occult and polarizing.
ZoomInfo
vectorgallery:

BOWERY BOOGIE
Satanic VECTOR Gallery Relocates to 154 East Broadway


 
by Elie
Clinton Street is no longer the center of the occult, home of the devil. Satanic sachem JJ Brine has taken his rather photogenic VECTOR Gallery to another circle of hell. That of East Broadway in Chinatown.
Squeezed from its former perch, VECTOR now has a new home at 154 East Broadway, where it will continue to stir the cauldron and create controversy. In the territory of deep Chinatown. The space is chock full of the same satanic sundries – lights, art, foil furnishings, and dolls. Yet, this time around the storefront has a dedicated awning, something the previous location lacked.
JJ Brine tells us that it was just time to move. Apparently the “Clinton St location was swallowed by a nevent tunnel, and continues to evolve toward infinite measures of infinity!”
After all, there’s not much room on the upscaled Clinton Street for something so occult and polarizing.
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BOWERY BOOGIE

Satanic VECTOR Gallery Relocates to 154 East Broadway

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vectorgallery:

#vectorgallery #vector #jjbrine #crownprinceofhell #art #artgallery #satan #jesuschrist #ALAN #illuminati #antichrist #nycart #chinatown #lowereastside #satangallery #neon #postmodern #666 #777 #888 #manson #charlesmanson #installationart #posthuman #posthumanart #vectorian #nyc #artnews (at Vector Gallery)

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