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“I like working with this chaos, so I think it’s going to be fine,” mused producer, entrepreneur, and business partner to Rick Owens, Michele Lamy, in Miami’s Design District over the weekend. She was speaking to her soon-to-come performance with A$AP Rocky—a live art show set to a film by Caecilia Tripp at a pop-up, Silencio. “I’ve known A$AP for seven years, and he’s always said, ‘I want to join the art world.’ And it’s true that he’s been going to things and collaborating, but this time, he’s not going to know what he’s doing and he’s going to be painting,” continued Lamy. “I think it’s going to work, but I don’t know!”

The performance that night—a collaborative brought to Miami to celebrate the fifth anniversary of David Lynch’s Parisian haunt alongside the Miami Design District—was an exciting endeavor indeed.

“In a way, it’s open,” explained Tripp. “My work is really about the collective imaginary and the social imaginary as a form of resistance and I work a lot with Michele. It’s about transgressing social and cultural borders through collective social ritual. It’s about art that the public can be part of. We’ll see how it goes.”

 

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