This Fall, Days extends its retail residency at ICA LA with Play Days: Wrong Edition. The shop re-launches alongside (and in response to) exhibitions No Wrong Holes: Thirty Years of Nayland Blake and Sadie Barnette: The New Eagle Creek Saloon.
The product selections and shop events of Play Days: Wrong Edition celebrate the exhibiting artists’ boundary-transgressing practices and themes, upholding Days’ open-platform investigation of (dis)embodiment, trans-identity, queer futurity, subculture, community building, and expressions of desire and play through objects, clothing, and language.
Established in 2016, Los Angeles-based Days is an experimental retailer that curates independent projects around a conceptual theme, hosts thoughtful events, and provides support & feedback to participating makers. Since opening its first space, Days has collaborated with hundreds of artists and makers, and hosted over 200 events, presenting a flexible, forward-thinking model of retail untethered from a specific location or idea. Play Days: Wrong Edition marks Days’ tenth iteration of reconfiguring retail with a creative vector.
Find more information about Days at www.days-la.com