The following exhibitions were proposed by twelve curators in 140 characters or less. Curators include: La Keisha Leek, Jeanine Hofland, Every House Has A Door, Britton Bertran, João Florêncio, Stevie Greco, Renan Laru-an, David Ayala-Alfonso, Vincent van Velsen, Lucia Fabio, and Rashayla Marie Brown.
La Keisha Leek (Curator) Super Nova: After Joan E. Higginbotham and Mae C. Jemison Chicago, IL December 2020–June 2021
Jeanine Hofland (Curator) A Cocktail of Radical Aesthetics Featuring Karla Black, Julie Verhoeven, Alicja Kwade, Hannah Perry (Artists) strong women in form, content, and attitude.
Every House Has a Door (Curator) Wasted Hours–an evening of performance Featuring Michal Samama and Alberto Aguilar (Artists), Sector 2337 Sept 1, 2016 “… Does it seem as though September had come? How swiftly summer has fled, and what report has it borne to heaven of misspent time and wasted hours? Eternity only will answer. …” -Emily Dickinson
Britton Bertran (Curator) Installator: (WRAPIT-TAPEIT-WALKIT-PLACEIT) Always yesterday A state of perpetual change, always coming up or coming down, managed by humans. This is a tangible experience, yet veiled for your pleasure
João Florêncio (Curator) Reliquar(r)y Sometime after everything else’s gone In Reliquar(r)y, the radical passivity of matter. In Reliquar(r)y, thought and movement as old fictions. In Reliquar(r)y, matter awaits.
Stevie Greco (Patron) Everyone is Pretending Permanent Exhibition
Renan Lar-uan (Curator) A Voyage to New Guinea, and the Moluccas In 1906, the US Military Government in the Philippines commemorated the cultural and economic contribution of the East India Company in an exhibition titled A Voyage to New Guinea, and the Moluccas: Colonial Agency. The exhibition opened in Manila in the same week that the US Army headed by General Leonard Wood launched a counterinsurgency action against Moros in Mindanao. The exhibition was the first large-scale cultural enterprise initiated by the US in Asia.
David Ayala-Alfonso (Curator) The Unilever Series Presents “Clear: Artists Consider Products from the Unilever Family” Knorr Turbine Hall, Lipton Tate Modern Fall 2021
Vincent van Velsen (Curator) Institutional Fuel The space turned into a temporary bar & offered the sector’s most important stimuli: coffee, alcohol & drugs – composed by artists.
Lucia Fabio (Curator) Utopic. The Phenomenology of Taste: Edible Works from 1930-2010 Lucia Fabio (Curator) An eighty-year survey of works to be consumed through the mouth instead of the eyes
Lucia Fabio (Curator) Distopic I. Deconstructing the Mark: A Chemical Undoing of Drawings. Related Programming: September 15 – Learn how to make and remove a mark with the Director of Conservation every Thursday evening.
Rashayla Marie Brown (Curator) Hindsight: The Artist Curates Curators Who Used to be Artists 2020 Features explanations from those who gave up and became curators.
Return to Institutional Garbage
All posters designed by Pouya Ahmadi