Times running out on your chance to see the provocative performance art of C.S. Dailey at Montyshane Gallery. Starve is a show that deals explicitly with, among other things, male sexual assault and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Daileys hunger strike, which began on July 13th and will end July 25th, is but one component of the show, which also features an art installation by Dailey and Jeremy Hebert. Most affecting of all: Starve is taking place exactly one year after Dailey was sexually assaulted.
Starve is open nightly from 7-11 p.m. at the Montyshane Gallery at 2160 Young Avenue. The performance art aspect runs through July 25th, and the installation will remain on exhibit until July 29th. Admission is free.