Resilience in Flux
In a time where adverse ideologies, politics, and ecologies are bombarding us at a steadily increasing rate, we are forced to reconsider our strategies for survival. What, therefore, does it mean to be resilient in a time of great resistance? How do you survive the test of time? This exhibition aims to highlight both the immediate and prolonged necessity for methods of adaptability. The site and exhibition within will function as a space for conversation and as a mechanism for sharing in a community-driven environment.
Dec 7, 2017 – Jan 16, 2018
511 NW Broadway
Portland, OR 97209
I have video work in Fair Play. on view December 7th -10th, 2017, 11am – 7pm
Brickell City Centre
81 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33130
FAIR. — FIRST ALL WOMEN, NON-COMMERCIAL ART FAIR DEBUTS DURING MIAMI ART WEEK AT BRICKELL CITY CENTRE
Fair. is a unique curated experience that provides space for women artists to create site-specific interventions in a non-traditional venue; to include notable works by Yoko Ono, Guerrilla Girls and more than 50 other women artists.
This December 7-10, Brickell City Centre (BCC), Miami’s newest urban shopping epicenter, will be home to Fair., an alternative, non-commercial contemporary art fair set to be a historic convening of some of the world’s most iconic and trailblazing women artists.
Presented by Swire Properties Inc, Fair. aims to address gender inequality in the art world and beyond, highlight activism in contemporary creative practices and inspire and empower women. Fair. will run concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach, December 7–10 from 11 am to 7 pm, and will be located throughout multiple spaces within BCC’s shopping center.
Fair Play. is the video sector curated by Micol Hebron and presented in partnership with CMX Cinemas, which will feature The Femmes’ Video Art Festival projected onto the large-scale LED viewing screen. Founded in 2015, The Femmes’ Video Art Festival includes not just women artists, but femme, gender nonconforming, genderqueer, and nonbinary artists as well. The selection of videos in Fair Play. is intended to foster an expansive conversation about gender, authorship, identity, and identity expression and representation. From #MeToo to #NotYou, Fair Play. aims to provide space for the voices of artists working in video who have heretofore been marginalized by cis-hetero identity norms. Fair Play. includes the special participation of YoungArts alumni.
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