Closing the Loop + Inhabiting the Loop: Exhibition + Artist Talks | October 11th 5-8 pm
Civic Art Lab 2019
Artists, designers, technologists: Yasmeen Abdallah, Alexandre Dang, Jackie Duvall-Smith, Charisse Foo, Zoey Hart & Shannon Finnell, Dan Horn and Leonel Ponce, Hyunsoo Alice Kim, Naomi Kuo, Anna Nazo, and Mark West
Performance by Anna Nazo
This exhibition explores the intersection of sustainability, design, and art in a circular economy. What does a sustainable future look like? The exhibition considers collaboration in a circular economy, zero-waste practices, and the future of sustainability and resilience.
The opening will feature a performance by Anna Nazo, 7-8 pm.
Dawn by Anna Nazo. Anna has shown artwork and performed at globally leading cultural institutions including: Ars Electronica, The Victoria & Albert Museum, NYC Creative Tech Week, and more. Dawn explores the ecology of performance between the audience, the artist-performer, and a spoken word/poetry that the artist co-writes with an AI.
Drinks and light food will be served at the cafe in the back of the gallery.
Civic Art Lab | October 11th-13th, 2019
This exhibition is part of Civic Art Lab 2019 is the 5th iteration of our art, design, science and sustainability lab, held in the gallery and workshop space Chinatown Soup between October 11th and 13th, 2019. This year's lab brings together artists, designers, and educators from Columbia University, Queens College, Pratt, Royal College of Art, Perez Architecture, and other independent design and fine art studios. Workshops, events, and exhibitions lead investigations into diverse themes such as: climate change and climate resilience, creative re-use, urban agriculture, sustainable architecture, environmental justice, and more.
Civic Art Lab is open to everybody. Tickets are free. Small donations are encouraged and help to keep the lab running each year.
Civic Art Lab is hosted by GreenspaceNYC (www.greenspacenyc.org), a non-profit collaborative that develops and curates free educational programming, hands-on workshops, and public design projects that encourage dialogue, enliven public spaces, and promote the future of more equitable and sustainable cities.
Co-Directors & Founders / GREENSPACENYC + Civic Art Lab:
Laura Scherling, Jeff Kasper
Organizers: Dan Horn, Leonel Ponce
Sponsors: Chinatown Soup, Material for the Arts (NYC Office of Cultural Affairs), ORLI+
Questions? Contact Laura: [masked]