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Alumni Proposals

Uncommonplaces: Reinventing the Everyday

By Pieter Vermeulen

Uncommonplaces (New York / Antwerp) will be presented as a dialogue between a group show within an exhibition venue and small, subtle interventions in public space.

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Cabin Fever

By JJ Kegan McFadden

Cabin Fever is a group exhibition featuring a mixture of emerging and established artists whose work examines boredom, malaise, as well as social and mental isolation.

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Dead Center of Gravity

By Jordan Stein

Dead Center of Gravity examines the way certain tendencies in minimal, abstract, and experiential art practices have been translated and understood via photography.

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The New World Disorder

By Qinyi Lim

Taking its name from the work by Benedict Anderson, The New World Disorder aims to explores these gaps and silences through the practice of young contemporary artists.

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Art Now Now

By Anja de Klerk

The art now now project is an extensive research based undertaking aimed at excavating, mapping and activating South African curatorial practices…

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Coming After

By Jon Davies

Coming After brings together a number of artists born in 1970 or later who share a certain contemporary queer sensibility.

 

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Can’t NOT: self-defeating gestures in contemporary art

By Marie Heilich

Can’t NOT is a group exhibition of contemporary artists who challenge established limitations through active pursuits made in vain or a passive surrender to powers at be.

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Pivoting: pictures, dissemination, nation

By Lucy Gallun

This is a project about contemporary serial photography. What do contemporary serial photographic projects communicate about ideas of nation and nationality?

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