Art/Assembly Presents: Monthly Group Critiques In Collaboration With The St. Claire

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Art/Assembly Presents: Monthly Group Critiques In Collaboration With The St. Claire

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730pm to ~10pm 3245 Amber st, 4th floor. The LOOM building. The seventh of our monthly group critiques series in collaboration with The St.Claire. Hard refreshments, easy conversation, critical looking will be provided. ---------------------- This month artists Jerry Kaba will be presenting work/concepts/documentation for discussion. He'll have questions for you, you'll have questions for him. Lets answer our questions together. Ok? Ok. Also a presentation by surprise guest, Corporate Refuge Number 6552, who will talk to you about his struggles to return to the ART. About Jerry ( ): Through modern medicine, preservatives, polymers, hormones etc., we have, as a race, indeed, “escaped the limits of nature.” All these creations are here to improve our way of living, but at what cost? Cancer, birth defects, and most other afflictions are at an all time high. Children are developing at an accelerated rate and the world we live in becomes more unrecognizable every day. In a modern world where industry is the driving force, nature takes a back seat. This relationship between Industry and its effects on humanity and our planet is what I explore in my work. I use the contrast of industrial and oddly organic forms to draw attention to the issues that need to be addressed in the average daily life and environment. ----------------------- How can you participate? If you are interested in being a presenter for a future critique, please send us an email with your contact information, a short statement about the piece you’d like to talk about, and perhaps an “Artists Statement” we can use in to introduce you. If you have any questions feel free to email us at or call us at 267 277 26666. The work can be presented either with originals, sketches, reading or other artifacts to illustrate your direction; or with a digital presentation of materials/ideas. We would love to see work in time based projects, maker art projects or projects integrating sound and video (limited to 10min samples), but this is truly an interdisciplinary critique and it would be great to have a variety of projects. Hope to see you soon, ART/ASSEMBLY

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