November 4, 2012 - International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) - Fall Open Studios
November 4, 2012

Fall Open Studios

Anastasia Ax, Pan Theon, 2012. Performance with ink, paper, water, sound equipment.

Fall Open Studios
November 9–11, 2012

Opening: Friday, November 9, 7–9pm
Hours: Saturday–Sunday, November 10–11, 1–7pm

1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Please check ISCP’s website for possible updates on dates and times due to the storm recovery in NYC.

Friday, November 9:
Clark House Iniative, Bombay presents
YAY-ZEQ: Two Burmese Artists Meet Again

Imagine Death, a performance by Anastasia Ax

Saturday, November 10:
Drawings on the Forest Floor: Htein Lin and Sitt Nyein Aye in conversation

Sunday, November 11:
Living Monument, a performance by Htein Lin and Chaw Ei Thein

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) Fall Open Studios is a three-day exhibition of international contemporary art. The 36 artists, art collectives and curators from 24 countries currently in residence at ISCP present work in their studios. The studio is a generative space—part production site, office, laboratory, and situation—and it can be argued that it is as significant today for artistic process than ever before. Open Studios invites the public to 36 “studio visits” to experience art in its place of origin and to share conversations with artists and curators from all over the world.

Alongside Open Studios, ISCP’s 2012 institution-in-residence Clark House Initiative, Bombay brings a program to New York that illuminates the philosophical and cultural strategies that have served to withstand or conjure tectonic social and political shifts of upheaval or change. The exhibition Yay-Zeq: Two Burmese Artists Meet Again tells the story of how artist Sitt Nyein Aye taught Htein Lin to draw on the forest floor in an enclosed refugee camp in Manipur in 1988 after fleeing Burma during the 8888 Uprising. Also, on November 10, the first public meeting since 1988 between the two artists will take place at ISCP.

Participating ISCP artists and curators
A Kassen (Denmark) Ambie Abaño (Philippines) Michael Arcega (USA) Benjamin Armstrong (Australia) Lauri Astala (Finland) Anastasia Ax (Sweden) Tonje Bøe Birkeland (Sweden) Nanna Debois Buhl (Denmark) Wan-Jen Chen (Taiwan) Quynh Dong (Switzerland) Erlend Hammer (Norway) Camille Henrot (France) Ann Cathrin November Høibo (Norway) Astra Howard (Australia) Moussa Kone (Austria) Constanza Levine (Chile) Maria Loboda (Luxembourg) Mads Lynnerup (USA) Kaeko Mizukoshi (Japan) Nuria Montiel (Mexico) Francisco Montoya Cázarez (Germany) Kellie O’Dempsey (Australia) Claudia Passeri (Luxembourg) Marie Perrault (Canada) Mario Pfeifer (Germany) Nicolas Provost (Belgium) Andres Ramirez Gaviria (Dominican Republic) Maaike Schoorel (The Netherlands) Mono Schwarz-Kogelnik (USA) Karen Spencer (Canada) Dita Stepanova (Czech Republic) Slobodan Stosic (Serbia) Jennifer Tee (The Netherlands) Wojtek Ulrich (Poland) Chang-Jung Wu (Taiwan) Velimir Zernovski (Macedonia) 

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