Workshop: February 1 – March 6, 2014
Exhibition: March 19 - May 2, 2014
This annual collaborative exhibition series pairs two disparate disciplines to build a semester long, classroom-based exhibition. This year’s exhibition is the first to focus on graduate student work. As part of the process, C33 Gallery will serve not only as the site of the exhibition, but also as a learning laboratory for the students involved in the collaboration. The gallery will be a studio, classroom, performance venue and more, where students can develop their ideas and work towards their exhibition, providing the public a view of the collaborative process. We Become Each Other’s Unmakers
seeks to challenge spatial assumptions, invisible boundaries, and the consumption of media and text by recontextualizing the function of social, political, and architectural spaces. The work featured in the exhibition will be initially created from materials reappropriated from fellow graduate collaborators and will be subject to ongoing re/un-makings, in order that an initial piece might allow for the production of several various (re)iterations throughout the exhibition, including sound, new media, performance, poetry, handmade paper, and print. The pieces, as they undergo the processes of transition and modification, will serve to document the progression of ideas, tensions, and structures inherent in all collaborative efforts.
Academic Partners: Interdisciplinary Arts and Creative Writing
Exhibition Contact: Mark Porter, email@example.com, 312-369-6643