Projekt722, 722 Metropolitan Avenue, 2nd floor, Brooklyn, NY 11211
December 14, 2013 – January 23, 2014
December 14, 2013, 6-8pm
This group exhibition featured work by Michelle Levy, Herbert Lascina, Marianna de Nadal, Clarinda Mac Low, William Tucci, and Kara J. Schmidt who consider states of being that exist between the typically disparate concepts of belief and cynicism, trash and treasure, virtual and reality, and the public and private in the form of sculpture, video and installation. This exhibition was curated by Maggie Downing and Adrienne Meraz, both M.A. candidates in Art History at CCNY, who selected these artists from the new Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice M.F.A. program at CCNY, a program which examines the relationship between technology and art.
The [DIAP] MFA is committed to and supports racial justice activism as an enlivened and publicly engaged dialogue that explores artistic practices to change society. We are proud to be part of a vital campus that can be an instrument of change to push our society toward greater inclusivity and equity.
On June 9th at 1 PM the office of CCNY’s president and CCNY’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership is organizing an important conversation about this moment of protest and the movements for racial justice