The process of conceptualizing as a self professed prophecy. An examination of object hood in a state of pre action, and how community bolsters this continuous dialogue. While exploring the themes of pedagogy and self mythology this exhibition takes inspiration from Black Mountain College
Featuring the work of Vivian Tong, Roxana Santana, Antwan Duncan, Sunday Fall, Faith Icecold, and Allen-Golder Carpenter, & Isis Davis Marks.
This exhibition aims to explore the idea how community “can be”
before the valuation(of art) as solely an act of historicizing to historicize to increase monetary value. Artists seek solace in the ideas and communities of other artists — as an act of radical resistance. Black Mountain College, was a progressive college in North Carolina during the mid-20th century and was known for its emphasis on interdisciplinary studies and its unique approach to education. The framework of this exhibition draws inspiration from the school’s legacy and its impact on contemporary art and education.
Each artist offers a unique perspective on the themes of pedagogy, conceptualizing, and self mythological strategies. Opening April 9th 6pm-9pm
Pedagogy as self will be on view April 9- May 27th at 191 Henry Street, New York, NY.
191 HENRY ST
NEW YORK, NY 10002