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calling@sweeneyshoal

Playing in vast worlds, lovingly rendered jungles ofcycads and palms. The swelling itchy racket of cicadas. Teams self-organised on tribal loyalties: Vermillion, Jade, Tanzanite. Belisarius’ hippodromerefracted through cyberculture wars of the 2ndmillennium. Gaming non-stop, we genuinely happy.Soylent, drink ’til yer sick, just press the greenpaddle. No tipping the drone. Estate of flow. We play for …

Tariku Shiferaw

In my current body of work titled, “One Of These Black Boys,” I explore mark-making in order to address the physical and metaphysical spaces of painting and societal structures. The work interrogates the act of mark-making and the identity and role of the thinker responsible for the marks. I use geometric forms because of their …

Bridgewalks

Part five of the 5-part Workspace ’19­ exhibition series, featuring new work by residents of AAI’s LES Studio Program Nat Ward’s photographs and writing focus on the psychological implications of escapism and alienation in the American Landscape while variously exploring the subtleties of defeat, resignation, and themes of socio-political self-preservation. His work has recently been exhibited at the …

So Close

Part four of the 5-part Workspace ’19­ exhibition series, featuring new work by residents of AAI’s LES Studio Program So Close is a new installation developed by Erica Bailey for Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space. The installation includes a miniature diorama of the LES Studio Program studios, where the artist was a resident from June 1 through September …

Joseph Buckley

Joseph Buckley is a black british sculptor of Irish and Caribbean extraction. He is based in New York City and has, for the last five years or so, been making work about the historical, fictional, contemporary, and speculative abuses that render people into chattel, suspects, orcs, and clones. Image: Joseph Buckley, Traitor Muscle, 2018. Art in …

A Black Woman’s Art Show and… A White Man’s Exhibition

Part three of the 5-part Workspace ’19­ exhibition series, featuring new work by residents of AAI’s LES Studio Program A Black Woman’s Art Show and…  A White Man’s Exhibitionwill run from March 8–March 17, 2019, at Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space. The exhibitions will be staged in two sessions: March 8 through March 10, A Black Woman’s Show and March 13-17 A White …

The Birth of the Minotaur

Part two of the 5-part Workspace ’19­ exhibition series, featuring new work by residents of AAI’s LES Studio Program The Birth of the Minotaur is a new performance conceived by Italian artist Luigi Presicce for his first solo show in New York. Drawn from Presicce’s ongoing research around the bull as a symbol for aggressive economic power, and punctuated …

/hoo/ /no/ /no/ /go/ /no/

(listening and viewing room: music from the Civil Rights Movement and The Anti-apartheid Struggle)Screening schedule below In this first iteration of Liona Nyariri’s project room, /hoo/ /no/ /no/ /go/ /no/, Nyariri will present a listening and film room with special focus on the music of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, as well as the …

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Sandra Erbacher

My interdisciplinary work, which includes sculpture, photography, installation, drawing, and sound, presents a critique of corporate bureaucracy. The objects and materials incorporated, such as office plants, furniture or carpeting, are typically found within the setting of the office space. In their institutional habitat, their sole purpose is to organize human activity, to maximize efficiency, maintain order …

Boohri Park

In her artistic practice encompassing sculpture, installation, photography, and video, Boohri Park explores the relationship between different spaces, and between a space and its occupant. Thereby architecture plays an important role in her work as an agent which defines a space, and shapes our perception and experience of a space. By recalling a memory of another space …