The Passenger

The Passenger

I am the passenger An' I ride and I ride I ride through the city backsides I see the stars come in the sky Yeah, the bright and hallowed sky You know it looks so good tonight

I am the passenger I stay under glass I look through my window so bright I see the stars come out tonight

I see the bright and hallowed sky Over the city's ripped bare sky And everything looks good tonight

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Get into the car We'll be the passenger We'll ride through the city tonight We'll see the city's ripped backsides We'll see the bright and hallowed sky We'll see the stars that shine so bright Stars made for us tonight

Oh, the passenger How, how he rides Oh, the passenger He rides an' he rides He looks through his window What does he see? He sees the slight and hollow sky He sees the stars come out tonight He sees the city's ripped backsides He sees the winding ocean drive And everything was made for you and me All of it was made for you and me 'Cause it just belongs to you and me So let's take a ride And see what's mine

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Ooh, the passenger He rides and he rides He sees things from under glass He looks through his window side He sees the things that he knows are his He sees the bright and hallowed sky He sees the city sleep at night He sees the stars are out tonight An' all of it is yours and mine An' all of it is yours and mine So let's ride and ride and ride and ride

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Klowden Mann is pleased to present “The Passenger," a group exhibition featuring the work of Steven Criqui, Marcus Herse, Greg Ito, Morgan Mandalay, and Hiejin Yoo. Inspired by Iggy Pop’s 1977 song “The Passenger," this exhibition brings together works by artists with varying practices that create a narrative of traversing a city or landscape, places one might find familiar - some not so much. The works selected form different vantage or view points and put the viewer “behind the glass” to explore these places, people, and things, as well the hope, longing, frustration, and contemplation one might feel on a journey through contemporary urban landscapes or contemporary urban experiences.

The Passenger

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