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ECC x AAI: Kanad Chakrabarti

Presented in collaboration with Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center Kanad Chakrabarti’s workshop began with a short lesson on flags found throughout the world including national symbols, diving flags, maritime signal flags, etc. In order to bring the flags to life, the artist created a short animation for the students of a flag blowing in the wind, …

ECC x AAI: Zorica Čolić

Presented in collaboration with Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center Zorica Čolić is an artist who often juxtaposes found images and objects from diverse sources—fashion magazines, medical books, pills, medical paraphernalia—to focus on political and cultural individuation processes that form the human body. For her collaboration with the Early Childhood Center, students were encouraged to observe images from …

ECC x AAI: Nat Ward

Presented in collaboration with Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center Utilizing instant film cameras and monochrome film, artist and photographer Nat Ward encouraged students to engage in a closer kind of looking at the world around them. With the supervision and support of ECC Team Members, Ward led a photographic exploration of the block where the school is located. …

ECC x AAI: Boohri Park

Presented in collaboration with Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center A projected plane of light appears often in Boohri Park‘s work as the most reduced and abstract form of a space, but also as a medium which frees a given space from its physical structure. In the form of light, different spaces get to meet each other. For …

ECC x AAI: Magali Duzant

Presented in collaboration with Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center Magali Duzant’s workshop focused on sun prints, or cyanotypes, which feature heavily in her existing practice. Each child had their own pretreated photo sheet, along with a large pretreated canvas on which all of the students collaborated. Simple objects such as yogurt lids, sticks, cut-out shapes, …

ECC x AAI: Nobutaka Aozaki

Presented in collaboration with Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center Smiley Bag Portrait is a participatory art project for which artist Nobutaka Aozaki invites pedestrians to model for him as he draws their portraits with Sharpie marker on the smiley faces of common take-out plastic bags. Aozaki performs both outdoors and indoors, often with a small mobile structure …

ECC x AAI: Andrea Mastrovito

Presented in collaboration with Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center Andrea Mastrovito created life-size silhouettes of each student, which were then cut out to form paper dolls. The artist and students colored and decorated the cut-outs, which were then fixed to the walls. Finally, with the help of a few industrial fans, the students gave life …