NO MORE PLACE is a group show by Bronx Museum A.I.M. artists about the degradation and disassociation of personal/ domestic/ and cultural geographies.
Featuring work from: Anna Ablogina, Hannes Bend, Patricia Dominguez, Glenn Fischer, Shanti Grumbine, Nicholas Hamilton, Samantha Holmes, Maria Hupfield, Tatiana Istomina, Tasha Lewis, Eleen Lin, Sharon Ma, Julie Nymann, Gamaliel Rodriguez, Sarah Rowe, Catherine Telford-Keogh, David Gregory Wallace, Margaret Inga Wiatrowski, Didier William, and Brian Zegeer.
This show will combine video installations, site-specific murals, sculpture, ceramics, photography, drawings, paintings, paper cuts, and collage by various artists from the New York area who met through The Bronx Museum's Artist-in-the-Marketplace (AIM) program in 2014.
The work interrogates the breakdown of spaces, structures, and hierarchies in contemporary cultures. The artists question what it means to be placed. To have a place. To be ranked. To have a certain identity. To be stable. To have a viewpoint, a location, an orientation. They use various media to respond to new technologies, personal and cultural narratives, and environmental shifts.
October 9-19, 2014: Monday-Friday 1-5 PM; Saturday & Sunday 3-6 PM
Opening Party, October 10th, 6-10 PM