Get The Green Light G*Spot Tour

Get The Green Light G*Spot Tour

Ten Miami-based Artists, Grolsch European Lager and curator Claire Breukel team up to give you the “go ahead” you’ve been waiting for. Wilder than the look on your face is Get The Green Light, an exhibition of ten works that make up the G-spot Tour. Are you blushing? This ambitious exhibition removed as many parameters as possible commissioning the artists to make work with just one rule: make anything and make it anywhere you want. The result is ten site-responsive works in ten different locations, just in time for the 10thanniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach. The exhibition opens with a G-spot VIP invite-only reception on November 10, 2011 at Ricochet bar and lounge and is supported in full by Grolsch European Lager.

The G-spot Tour is a scavenger hunt of 10 interactive and site-responsive murals and installations by artists Edouard Duval Carrie, Susan Lee Chun, Kerry Phillips, Domingo Castillo, Kyle Trowbridge, Loriel Beltran, TM Sisters, Pachi Guistinian and Grolsch SwingArtist 2011 Jaie Hwang. The tour spans 10 locations throughout Downtown, Wynwood Art District and the Design District, and include venues such as Little Haiti Cultural Center, Grand Central, the Historic Alfred Du Pont building, Dorsch Gallery, Ricochet, LegalArt, The Stage, Electric Pickle, Grand Central as well as public space (full map available for download on

Without the hindrances such as limitation of space and concept eliminated, Get The Green Light serves as an open interface between the public, public space and artwork ultimately opening the way into a new chapter of interactive art. The result is ten dynamic and challenging art installations that push the boundaries of interaction to a new and inspired level, not only in the physical space but online as well. Visitors are invited to “find their G-spot” favorite by voting for their winner and posting pictures of their favorite artwork online at

At a time when art becomes about everyone else coming to Miami, Get The Green Light has chosen to highlight artists working in Miami. Not only this, artists that are making work outside of convention modes of exhibition.

Filmmakers Wet Heat project, as part of Wet Heat TV, are creating a short movie of the Tour featuring a local cast and will debut at the opening event on November 10 at Ricochet bar and lounge.

The G*spot bike-ride will be organized in collaboration with Beached Miami and will take you by all 10 art-installations which will end at The Stage (date tbd).

Get The Green Light is made possible with the support of Grolsch, the Historic Alfred Du Pont building, Wet Heat TV, Alan Roth, Paul Jacober and Associates, Claire Breukel, Tina Acevedo as well as the participating artists and venues.

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