testsite 4.6: Jani Leinonen, Riiko Sakkinen, and Neil Fauerso

testsite 4.6

Boz Ulu Delgin

Jani Leinonen and Riiko Sakkinen and Neil Fauerso

December 12th, 2004 - January 31st, 2005

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Installing testsite Boz Ulu Delgin, testsite 4.1, Austin, TX, 2004. Image courtesy of the artist.

Project Details

Cül Ev Atavanc, Romern, Esjiha?

Two old friends walk into a bar, that is also a greenhouse, so no one wears shirts, and the drinks drink themselves from the yellow humidity of the bar/greenhouse. Of course international issues are discussed and one friend has come to believe that the world is now in the last saber rattle of World War IV, the other believes that truly this is World War∞, something endless and parabolic that’s seen sand as velveteen and scalp.

This is their story.

Neil Fauerso, 2004

Earn Money Without a Job
The Bower, San Antonio
10 December - January 2005
a collaboration between Jani Leinonen and Riiko Sakkinen

Boz Ulu Delgin
testsite, Austin, Texas
12 December - 31 January 2005
a collaboration between Jani Leinonen, Riiko Sakkinen & Neil Fauerso
Earn Money Without A Job

Are you ready to start making money?
Are you ready to control your own future?
Do you want to fire your boss?
Start making your dreams come true.
Set your goals and make them happen.

Boz Ulu Delgin, is a project existing both within testsite as well as throughout the city of Austin . The poster, a collaboration between poet Neil Fauerso, and artists Jani Leinonen and Riiko Sakkinen, pairs invented gibberish with ambiguous imagery, simultaneously evoking the visual languages of advertising, politics, and protest.

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