Posted in December 2011


Five episodes of our short documentary series “That Happened” about performative installations have been added to WetHeat.TV Channel 2. From Xavier Cortada’s DNA nucleotides to Cheryl Pope’s crashing crockery, the viewer experience is as diverse as the artists and their practices. These films are a brief but vivid condensation of a truly ephemeral artwork. Watch a current total of 11 films in this series.


Wynwood Art Fair Experience

As seen at the Lotus House booth at ArtMiami 2011, here is our short film that captured sights and sounds of the 3-day Wynwood Art Fair 2011.

To learn more about the Wynwood Art Fair and about its Open Call to Artists for 2012, go here:


See WHP All Through ABMB…



Wet Heat Project’s annual HOTBED exhibition of original, exceptional one-night only BFA student performative installations. December 1-4 11am-10pm (Sunday to 7pm) at ArtSeen in Wynwood, 2215 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami. Artist Schedule: Thur/1- Chad Cunha, Fri/2 – Miguel Alvariño, Sat/3 – Diana Garcia, Sun/4 – Renata Rojo.

HOTBED is produced in collaboration with New World School of the Arts. Thank you to VitaCoco for on-site refreshments!



New World School of the Arts high school students create video art installations in response to celebrated alumni artwork, on loan and exhibited in the same space, with guest artists Hernan Bas, Loriel Beltran, Jen Stark, and Michael Vasquez. December 1-4 at ArtSeen in Wynwood, 2215 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami

“A Piece of Me” is produced in collaboration with New World School of the Arts and supported in part by a grant from the Knight Foundation. More info here.




Wet Heat Project’s producer Grela Orihuela, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Art Association, curates a special video art program featuring Los Angeles and Miami artists, including Jillian Mayer and Zig Gron and many more. One night only: Saturday, December 3rd, 9pm at the Miami Beach Cinematheque, 1130 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Admission free. (Still image: Jillian Mayer – “I Am Your Grandma” – Courtesy of David Castillo Gallery)




Wet Heat Project director Bill Bilowit collaborated with artist Richard Haden on a video piece “Entering the Republic of Misery” showing at Ping-Pong Miami, December 1-4, at 155 NE 38th Street, Miami (Still image courtesy of Dorsch Gallery and the artists)



The recent video collaboration between Wet Heat Project director Bill Bilowit and artist Richard Haden is previewed as an excerpt of the work-in-progress “Maria Lose a Fortune” at the Little River Yacht Club’s “Miami. See it Like a Native” on Friday December 2 at 9pm, 70 NW 73rd Street, Miami.