Triangle Open Studios
Join us to celebrate the end of our Summer Residency Season. Meet current artists-in-residence, see their work and their studios before their residencies come to a close at the end of August. Opening: August 16, 6-9pm.
Guy Ben-Ari is working on a series of paintings that focus on the aesthetics of the political process; he has produced several new, large-scale paintings as well as a book of ink-based drawings to be launched later this Fall, Democracy Soup (Meta Meta Meta, 2016). Ben-Ari is an artist based in New York.
Hope Esser’s residency centers around the production of conceptual garments that consider power relationships inherent in everyday dress and postures. Esser is an artist based in Chicago.
Lauren Godfrey shifts between languages and histories of art and design in her series of “bespoke objects”: customized sculptures and site-specific interventions for people she encounters during the course of her Triangle residency. Godfrey is an artist based in London.
James N. Kienitz Wilkins transforms his space into a film studio, lining the walls with backdrops, and tape blocking on the floor. He recently completed production on a medium-length 16mm film, which he shot on-site over several days; that work is now in post-production, and he has been shooting tests for another project.
Special thanks to: Gasworks, Lagunitas, Materials For The Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, Triangle Network, and Two Trees for their support of Triangle’s 2016 Summer Open Studios.
August 16, 2016End Date
August 16, 2016Hours
06:00 PM - 09:00 PMAddress
Triangle, 20 Jay Street Suite 318, Brooklyn, NY 11201Event Type