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Upcoming Exhibitions
NYC
Rendered Cities
organized by ANGL Collective
January 18 - March 17, 2018

Rendered Cities examines the visual language and ideology behind the marketing of luxury property and development plans. Transforming the exhibition space into a construction site, the project highlights the peculiarity of digital architecture which is transforming cities worldwide.
Bali, Indonesia
Dipping in the Kool Aid
organized by Mary Lou Pavlovic
March 4 - March 31, 2018

Dipping in the Kool Aid celebrates the artistic works of prisoners in Indonesia, and highlights the humanitarian values of prisoners' being able to move with their minds, when space is confined and time seems placed on hold. Evolving from a prison arts program, the exhibition features collaborative works made by artists and current and ex-prisoners.
Athens, Greece
Slower, Smaller, Weaker
organized by Giorgos Nikas and Alexandra Streshna
May 13 - June 9, 2018

For Slower, Smaller, Weaker, artists are invited to produce new works for the project that will take place in the Olympic Village of Athens – a symbol of failure of many existing national hopes and values, suggesting at the same time positive encouragement and outlook on ways of functioning in inhabited spaces and communities.
NYC
Light in Wartime
organized by Rola Khayyat
June 7 - July 28, 2018

Light in Wartime explores the use of light both metaphorically and technically, in the context of photography during times of war. It features an array of photographic methods that reflect the blackout darkness and violence consistent with a city under siege.
Nagoya, Japan
You're Not Sick, You're Weak
organized by Jasa McKenzie
July 1 - July 28, 2018

You're Not Sick, You're Weak responds to the stigmatization of mental illness in Eastern culture, especially in Japan. Providing a platform for expanded depictions and discussions of mental health, the exhibition features both Eastern and Western artists aiming to break toxic taboos surrounding mental illness.
NYC
Tracing Obsolescence
organized by Evelyn Owen
September 8 - October 27, 2018

Tracing Obsolescence explores the material and psychic residues of global large-scale manufacturing and extraction that haunt the post-industrial subconscious. Through prints, video, and installation, it draws out obscured links between industry and contemporary environmental, socio-economic, and geopolitical crises.
NYC
Peer2Pickle
organized by Justin Tyler Tate
January 12 - March 9, 2019

Peer2Pickle takes on the global problem of food waste and consequent greenhouse gas increases by designing a workshop and factory for transforming fresh local produce into extended shelf-life goods. In light of the absence of governmental and corporate incentives to address the issue, the project follows an open-source model as it generates its own web-based archive of recipes and strategies.
NYC
Art in Custody
organized by Alexandra Stock
May 30 - July 27, 2019

Art in Custody presents artworks defaced or destroyed and documentation of objects altogether lost at the hands of customs officers in the Middle East. The exhibition creates a safe space for objects damaged either through deliberate force or passive negligence as they are moved across borders, examining the consequences of overzealous control due to misunderstanding or abuse in a regional climate of political paranoia.
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