New York City Introduces The Poop Project
This is a little late notice, but if any PoopReporters have access to the New York City area, you can jog on down to the Chashama Gallery, at 266th West 37th Street (near 8th Avenue), and catch Part One of The Poop Project: A Process of Elimination. From 8:30 to 2:30, Shawn Shafner's exhibit will be open to the public for its last day.
Here's what he has to say about it:
"They do it. I do it. You do it, too. We all eat everyday. But that which comes in, must come out, and so (SURPRISE!) we all poop. And while we talk a lot about where our food comes from, we seldom talk about where it goes...
Lift the lid, light a match, and join in for Part One of a sometimes messy conversation that's long overdue.
Featuring: The Timeline of Toilets Exhibit! The Wipe Away Ignorance Library! Free Prunes! Free Popcorn! No Bathroom on Premises!"
*The Poop Project: A Process of Elimination
Part One: Installation*
If anyone happens to visit, please let us know how it was and what you thought. Mr. Shafner is in the research and writing phase of his poop opus, which he says he hopes will be ready next year for distribution. Best of luck, Shawn!