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the no place
Curated by: Elizabeth Ferrer
647 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217


January 20th, 2010 - March 6th, 2010
Opening: 
January 20th, 2010 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Dystopia Series: Oil Tanks, Dystopia Series: Oil Tanks, 2008
A Kissproof World, Nathan KensingerNathan Kensinger, A Kissproof World, 2006
, Blane De St CroixBlane De St Croix
, Jenny PolakJenny Polak
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the no place

Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer

the no place features the work of six contemporary artists who conjure utopian and dystopian environments in distinct ways to explore such issues as geo-political conflict, human rights, urban development, the environment, and most broadly, how we comprehend and utilize physical space.

Opening Reception: Wednesday, January 20

Featuring a pre-opening dialogue with exhibition artist and social activist Paula Luttringer about art and the depiction of trauma by enforced political disappearance at 6 pm

 

PUBLIC PROGRAM


Wednesday, February 3, 7 pm
Heterotopias: A Moving | Wall Pictures film and video program

Assistant Curator Baseera Khan curates a group of short films evoking familiar, amusing, yet disturbing landscapes including James Schneider’s 16mm film Faerie-Monition from The Dystopian Trilogy, Kenneth Anger’s film Mouse Heaven, and others.

Moving | Wall Pictures is a new series of film and video screenings held at BRIC Rotunda Gallery in conjunction with exhibitions on view.

 

Also on view: ACCENTED, curated by Murtaza Vali

 

 

 


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