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Final exhibition: « Inside the House », July 11th – 28th, 2018 After numerous exhibitions and countless events, « Inside the House » will be the last exhibition organised at The Community’s current location. We would like you to experience this show with us, celebrate the two years spent together, and also the years to come. The show evolves each day and each week – just as The Community in its spirit. During the weeks in July different artists, friends and collaborators are invited to occupy our space with us. Our final exhibition has no beginning but only an end, the finissage. The last party. With: Brendan Fowler Cali Thornhill Dewitt David Luraschi Félicia Atkinson Ieva Kabasinskaite + “the names of the core team” Julie Béna Julien Carreyn + Ernesto Sartori Julien Lacroix Laurent-David Garnier Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann + Anna Athéna Simon Niklas Hallman Pieter van der Schaaf & Stéphanie Lagarde Shauna T. & Misha Hollenbach The Community Thomas Jeppe + Cyrus Goberville + Black Zone Myth Chant Léa Domingues + Aapo Nikkanen (But chérie, today we’re not full – More to be announced!) — The gallery is open every day depending on the artist/s. Each day will be different. […]
As part of Mutant Salon’s efforts to create a living archive of queer resistance and community in LA, Mutant Salon and Young Joon Kwak invite seniors in the LGBT community share stories of past struggle and resistance, and the current challenges faced by this community. 49 years after the Stonewall Riots, younger generations can’t imagine what it was like to live at a time when it was illegal to be open about one’s sexual orientation and gender identity. In order to understand our position in the current political and social climate and to imagine the possibilities for what queer resistance could look like in the future, it is important for us to hear and archive the stories of how older generations dealt with stigmas of illness, perversion, and policing of bodies. Hosted by Dirty Looks.
Alex Walker + Nick James Archer And it collapsed Fixed, Unfixed, A Trace Self, Other, Self-Other Irreconcilable Fragments Longing For It’s Other Construction Shroud Confronted by the loss of the Nicholas Building’s twin structure due to the Metro redevelopment, the pair felt it necessary to assist in its rebuilding, both emotionally and physically. Considering relations between self and other, where states collapse and collide on a visual plane, an attempt to repair irreconcilable loss, a Visible Absence. Opening Night | Thursday 2 Aug, 6–8pm Performance | Thursday 9 Aug, 6-8pm Public Program | Critique | Thursday 16 Aug, 6-8pm Gallery Open | Tuesday-Saturday, 12pm-6pm Closed on public holidays IMAGE | Nick James Archer and Alex Walker, Visible Absence, 2018 Sheet Acrylic, Matte Medium, C-Type Laser Print | Courtesy of the artists.