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Harlem Artlab: Sound

By Mariluz Hoyos

What is a public space, who uses it, who claims it and how? What is the role of sound in defining public spaces in Harlem?

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Imaginary Homelands

By Bakirathi Mani

Imaginary Homelands is an exhibition of contemporary art by artists of Pakistani, Indian, and Bangladeshi descent based in the United States.

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Monumental

By Elite Kedan

Monumental explores the role architecture plays in our contemporary public consciousness through a series of experimental and participatory exhibitions.

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Public Works Administration

By Steven L. Bridges

The Public Works Administration is an ongoing experimental enterprise that facilitates the development and implementation of artists’ projects in the public realm.

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Welcome to the Neighbourhood

By Michele Horrigan

The sixth edition of Welcome to the Neighbourhood, an annual programme of invited international and Irish artists resident and working in the town, will occur in July 2011.

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The Bulgarian Pavilion

By Svetlana Kuyumdzhieva, Dessislava Dimova

A series of artistic activities which aims at a critical reconsideration of the existing institutional system of presenting art in Bulgaria.

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4 x 4

By Katy Reis

Artists have been organizing exhibitions throughout history; however, in the past two decades, a growing trend has involved the artist acting as curator for a museum exhibition—a more or less direct critique of institutional roles.

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OPEN CEREMONY / American Idolatry

By Legacy Russell

OPEN CEREMONY / American Idolatry will explore the processes, imagery, and ideologies surrounding the establishment of ceremony, ritual, and idolatry within a contemporary framework.

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