March 10 - April 22
This March, Curator, Lynnette Miranda will present her second exhibition as Charlotte Street’s Curator in Residence, Sensible Disobedience: Disrupting Cultural Signifiers in a Neoliberal Age. The exhibition will run Friday, March 10 to April 22nd. Join us for the opening reception, Friday, March 10th, 6-9PM at la Esquina.
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Disrupting Cultural Signifiers in a Neoliberal Age
Sensible Disobedience considers the way images, words, symbols, and signs—forms of representation—inundate public and private spaces and shape personal experience in the age of neoliberal capitalism. More specifically, the exhibition investigates semiotics, the study of how meaning is created and communicated through signs and symbols, and the politics of representation in contemporary society.
The works of Lyndon Barrois Jr., Brandon Forrest Frederick, Christopher K. Ho, Alex Savage, Oli Watt, and Jordan Weber, examine the relational and social role of representation through subtle modes of interruption and disruption. Through interdisciplinary artistic practices, these artists consider what is represented in contemporary media, the ways images and objects infiltrate our daily experience, and how cultural assumptions inform the navigation of a world heavily mediated by the screen.
Thursday, March 23, 2017, 6:30–8:30PM
Always Support the Bottom with Brandon Forrest Frederick
Make a collaborative Rube Goldberg machine with Brandon Forrest Frederick. Join a discussion about trickling down, and learn about his interdisciplinary practice as an artist, educator, and organizer.
Saturday, April 8, 2017, 3–5PM
What’s Good? with Alex Savage
Celebrate the 5 year anniversary of What’s Good?, a late-night talk show in the mid-afternoon hosted by Alex Savage featuring many special guests.
In addition, Curator, Lynnette Miranda has commissioned exhibition essays from:
— Matt Austin, Artist, Educator, Publisher
Chicago, IL / Co-founder and Director of Candor Arts
— Kathy Cho, Artist and Independent Curator
— Emily H. Cox, Writer
Kansas City, MO
Body as Battle Ground in the Practice of Artist and Organizer Jordan Weber
— Jessica Lynne, Critic and Arts Administrator
New York, NY / Co-editor of ARTS.BLACK; Manager of Development and Communication at Recess
— Jared Quinton, Curator, Art Writer and Critic
New York, NY / Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow at the Whitney Independent Study Program
— Ginevra Shay, Artist and Curator
Baltimore, MD / Artistic Director of The Contemporary in Baltimore
Click here to learn more about Lynnette and Charlotte Street’s Curator-in-Residence Program.