Exhibition as Residency—Art, Anthropology, Collaboration
November 18 - November 22, 2013 | Closing reception on November 22, 6-9pm
Ethnographic Terminalia is a curatorial collective that exhibits new forms of anthropology engaged with contemporary art practice. Playfully exploring reflexivity and positionality, we ask what lies within and what lies beyond disciplinary territories.
This year Ethnographic Terminalia is pleased to present “Exhibition as Residency—Art, Anthropology, Collaboration”. It brings together international artists and anthropologists for a five-day residency in which to perform, exhibit, and experiment with collaborative research practices in a public space. Projects explore visual ethnography, material culture, indigeneity, colonialism, diasporas, realist painting, fine art, fashion, and video art. The gallery space represents an opportunity for resident artists and visitors to participate in the process of collaboration and the diverse intersections of art and anthropology.
Please visit www.ethnographicterminalia.org for more details.
FEATURING (in alphabetical order)
Charlotte Bik Bandlien, fashion design label HAiK with us! and Ruben Steinum; Zoe Bray,The EBANO Collective, Jesse Colin Jackson, Tori Foster, Lindsay A Bell, Ian Kirkpatrick, Andrea Walsh, Trudi Lynn Smith, Sylvia Olsen in collaboration with Coast Salish Knitters Adam Olsen and Joni Olsen, Robert Willim, The Ethnographic Terminalia Collective
Curated by The Ethnographic Terminalia Curatorial Collective: (Fiona P. McDonald, Craig Campbell, Kate Hennessy, Trudi Lynn Smith, Stephanie Takaragawa)
Friday, November 22, 2013, 6-9pm
GALLERY ENCOUNTERS and PUBLIC HOURS
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 12-3pm; Friday 12-9pm
A full schedule of happenings and events will be posted in late-October 2013
SPECIAL THANKS TO: The University of Chicago’s Arts + Public Life Initiative, Arts Incubator in Washington Park, Theaster Gates [Director], Allison Glenn [Program Manager], J. Alan Love [Program Coordinator], Society for Visual Anthropology, University College London (Department of Anthropology), American Anthropological Association (The Community Engagement Fund), University of Texas—Austin (Department of Folklore), Chapman University, Lund University, University of Victoria (Department of Anthropology), University of Nevada—Reno, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), The Centre for Information Visualization and Data Driven Design established by the Ontario Research Fund