The Graduate Fine Arts department at the University of Pennsylvania presents Holding Pattern, an offsite exhibition of the graduating MFA class of 2019. Curated by Matt Freedman and Ken Lum, the exhibition features Anthony Cerilli, Rami George, Nova Gothlin, Fields Harrington, Zach Hill, Danielle Kovalski Monsonego, Carolyn Lazard, Xiaoxuan Liu, E. Aaron Ross, Fred Schmidt-Arenales, and Cecile Zhang.
The exhibition acknowledges the potential of innovative forms to open new ways of perceiving and being perceived. The art on display cannot exist separately from the embodiment that manifests their actuality as material entities in the world. Further, all kinds of new information technologies are constantly emerging to augment and complicate new subjectivities that are forced to negotiate the relationship between material embodiment and new realities. Holding Pattern addresses these realities in thoughtful and emotional ways.
Holding Pattern will be on view July 26 through August 9 at Studio 10 (56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY 11206) in Bushwick. The opening reception will take place on Friday, July 26 from 6-9 pm. Gallery hours: Thursday-Sunday, 1-6 pm.
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