10.05 2006

October First Friday at Space1026

In case you missed it on the homepage
Too Black for BET “Episode 2: The Black Boy George”

October 6th, October 28th, 2006

Reception with the artist:
Friday, October 6th, 7-11pm

SPACE 1026
1026 Arch Street, 2nd Floor

Once again Jayson Scott Musson (an ‘artist’) heeds the call of faux intellectualism to posture as a dissidentamongst dissidents. Gasp in horror as you descend intohis world of perversion, dereliction, depression,apathy of the highest order, chemical addiction, HarryPotter, racism, sexism, whatever it is you call itwhen you hate the shit out of children, shoegazemusic, and the general moral relativism Mr. Musson hasused throughout his life to justify acting however thefuck he wants to fucking act because he’s a grown assman. Somehow, in some magical way, art will be bornout of this combination of self-obsession and an egoso great, that it borders on the realm of thefantastic. Oh, before I forget, please keep yourchildren at home. Jayson Scott Musson really does hatekids. Children are like roaches to him and he’s beenknown to kick children in the stomach just for kicks.For kicks! Ha! Get it? Just for kicks, kickingchildrens get it? Hahaha! I kill me! So yeah, come outto the reception. You’re precious and special andunique and I want to bask in the light of your being.Please bring your wallet.

Jayson Scott Musson, also known as emcee PackofRatsin Philadelphia rap group Plastic Little, spends histime away from rappity-rap, watching episodes of Lost,drawing cartoons, and writing the fun stuff thatcomposes the oeuvre de PackofRats. The Black BoyGeorge is the follow up body of writings to his highlyacclaimed 2002 exhibition Too Black for B.E.T. It isthe 2nd installment in the Too Black for B.E.T.planned trilogy of writings, which Musson hopes oncompleting by 2010 so he can finally put his demons torest, become a regular bloke and get a job as aparalegal. The resulting medical insurance from such ajob would surely boost his diminished self-esteem andwould finally make his mother proud.