the no place
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
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