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Ani Liu

Ani Liu is a research-based artist working at the intersection of art and science. Her work examines the reciprocal relationships between science, technology and their influence on human subjectivity, culture, and identity.  With every technology and scientific development, our plastic subjectivity goes through modifications and expansions. As an artist, I live in this plasticity, exploring the …

calling@sweeneyshoal

Go to project GitHub siteDownload press release and recommended reading 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. …

Asia Sztencel

Asia Sztencel is a first-generation Polish immigrant, a Brooklyn-based artist. Sztencel is inspired by the role of the artist in the community, emphasizing sensitivity, and a respectful approach. Through conceptual practice and traditional craft, her work offers a personal exploration within the larger narrative of the immigration experience. Highlighting the landscape as a narrative, dissecting …

A Light Without Shadow

Wang Tuo, Obsessions (Video Still), 2019 As we confronted the immense upheaval caused by the pandemic—challenges to our concept of borders, disruption of civic life, failure of leadership, devastation of our truly vulnerable communities, confrontation of our visible and invisible systems—we turned to our community of alumni with a simple request: what might be the …

This side, or the other…

ZIYANG WU, Where Did Macy Go?, 2020 (detail). Color digital video with sound. Edition 1 of 5. Installation dimensions variable. Duration:  08:57 min. Courtesy the artist Download Recommended Reading Cuchifritos Gallery and Residency Unlimited are pleased to present This side, or the other… a culminating group exhibition of work by the 2020 NYC-Based Artist Residents …

TJ Shin

TJ Shin explores the porousness of bodily boundaries and the ceaseless movement of living processes, like fermentation, echoing the history of colonialism. Shin is interested in the history of conquest and the literal digestion of materials – smells, microbes, and food – as a system of relations that emerges from a complicated history of entanglement. …

Mo Kong

Mo Kong is a multidisciplinary artist, researcher. They are currently residing in Queens, NY. They received a MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Their work, which is deeply impacted by the social events coded by the “educational information system,” poses questions about the current political environment. Their research-based process usually takes the form of …

Christie Neptune Live Lecture Series

Join LES Studio Program resident Christie Neptune on AAI’s Instagram live for a three-part lecture series beginning Tuesday, April 7 at 7p. Each week, Neptune will discuss current projects and past works through the lens of broader subjects including the social implications of community development, racism in America, and counter-narratives. Schedule Tuesday, April 7 at …

You Don’t See Me

Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space is pleased to present You Don’t See Me, an exhibition that critically engages ‘material as a suppressed history.’ Curated by Tariku Shiferaw, who is a current artist-in-residence of the LES Studio Program, through which this exhibition is made possible. Featured in this exhibition are artists Layo Bright, Adrienne Gaither, Mylo Mu, …

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, …