Artifacts & After Effects
Curated by Madelyn Ringold-Brown and Culture Push July 9 - July 30, 2016
WEDS-SUN, 1-6 PM, PLUS EVENTS
55 BETHUNE ST, NEW YORK, NY 100014
OPENING PARTY: SATURDAY JULY 9, 6-9 PM
LOSING PARTY: FRIDAY JULY 29, 6-9 PM
Hosted by the the Westbeth Gallery this past summer, Artifacts & After Effects, was a two-pronged exhibition that included a mini-retrospective of artifacts and documentation from the Fellowship for Utopian Practice, as well as live events that re-staged some portion of the original Fellowship projects. Culture Push helps artists push their practices into new realms, and enter a conversation with a larger public, nurturing interdisciplinary and boundary-pushing projects. The Fellowship for Utopian Practice supports artists as they develop strategies for civic engagement and stage projects that are experimental, ambitious, and politically thoughtful. The Fellowship’s unique approach to art and social practice is best experienced by directly engaging with past and current Fellowship projects.
For more information about the individual pieces in the show, visit the artists' Fellowship pages listed below.
Read PUSH/PULL Issue #3: Artifacts & After Effects
Visitor quote: "I've never seen anything like this. I love the sense of community within Culture Push."