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on the subversion of opacity

Featuring recent work by Arianna Carossa and Beatrice Glow Curated by Alessandro Facente Presented as part of the Workspace 2016 series, featuring the work of LES Studio Program artist-in-residence Arianna Carossa and alumna Beatrice Glow. Exhibition Dates: June 10 through July 10, 2016 Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 12-6pm Location: 120 Essex Street NY, NY 10002 (inside Essex Street Market) “With myths, …

Arianna Carossa

Across my entire practice, from site-specific projects to land art, I strive to create work that emerges from the environment in which I’m called to realize a project. This particularity is the strongest feature of my practice; it drives me to search for situations or moments where the design of an object itself can relate …

Beatrice Glow

Believing that all cultures, landmasses, and islands are connected underwater, my work navigates the diasporic and economic circulations between Asia and the Americas. I am interested in geopolitical peripheries lying in the long shadows of colonialism that, through the centuries, have often become islands floating in the fragmented diasporic memory. I shatter the silence enveloping …