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Event Time:Sep 15-18 2016
Posted on:September 3, 2016
The "Manufracture Series: Bread, Steel, and Benjamin Moore" investigates the segregated yet inseparable relationships between manufacturing and artmaking within local settings in Brooklyn. Through collaboration with an Italian bakery in Bensonhurst, a Chinese steel fabrication shop in Sunset Park, and an artist and interior painter working in Brooklyn, Jia-Jen Lin attempts to re-fabricate the boundaries and to create an overlap between artmaking, which is conventionally considered sublimated and bound to aesthetic principles, and manufacturing, the processes of which are seldom seen.
A series of modular works composed of juxtaposed photographs, sculptures, a video documentation, and a live performance will be integrated into the final presentation.
Artist: Jia-Jen Lin
Exhibition Date: Sep. 15 – Sep. 18, 2016
Location: Temporary Storage at Brooklyn Fire Proof/119 Ingraham St. (in the alley), Brooklyn, NY
Opening Reception: Sep. 16, 6 pm – 9 pm (performance between 7 pm – 8 pm)
Gallery Talk: Sep. 18, 4 pm
Gallery Hours (or by appointment):
Sep. 15&16: 5 pm – 9 pm
Sep. 17&18: 2 pm – 8 pm
This project is in collaboration with Manuel Molina Martagon, Colby Cannon Welsh, NY Brooklyn Bread, and Quality Stainless Steel Inc.
"Manufracture Series: Bread, Steel, and Benjamin Moore" is sponsored, in part, by the National Culture and Arts Foundation, Taiwan, and the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Taichung, Taiwan, the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).