Smash Truck–Dirby and Maxwell Cohn
Dirby, under the auspices of Gentleman’s Necromancy, works primarily with neglected and rescued materials. His work thematically explores the rebirth of the dead and discarded by giving new meaning and life to oft-forgotten objects and spaces.
Like the ghosts that live inside his pieces, Dirby thrives behind the scenes; his creativity flourishes in hidden corners of New York City and beyond. Dirby has orchestrated and designed clandestine platforms for group expression, interaction, and revelry in places such as a water tower, a shipwreck, a coal refinery, and a buried subway station.
Other long-term projects include captaining and maintenance of the Acavallo carousel, and set fabrication for ACME Studio.
Maxwell is a Vermont born metalworker and video artist. He is feverishly curious about all things electricl/mechanical and never turns down an opportunity to problem solve. He work best getting his hands dirty and gets excited about the creative potential thats generated when people come together to collaborate.
Spider Patisserie—Jaclyn Atkinson and Kathryn Sclavi
“Jaclyn is the Gumbo Goddess of Thunder Gumo. Bakes with abandon and dreams. Has a rack of skulls and bones bleaching in her back yard, and closet full of clothes that is just animal print. She is a wood carver of pieces that have raw passion and energy that when she makes wood block prints front them, you are surprise that they are in ink rather than blood.”—as written by Mark
Kathryn is based out of Philly where she creates large collaborative art projects and creates textiles art. She is the organizer of the Philly Ever Never Night Market and just finished up an artist residency at the Flux Factory.
Strip Truck—Rez Rez
Rez runs the strip truck, one of the classic trucks from LHNM in New York city! Within her truck you will find stripper poles, do you dare to tame the pole?