Puddle, pothole, portal
October 2, 2014 – January 5, 2015
Please join us for a day of free activities to celebrate the opening of Puddle, pothole, portal and the inauguration of SculptureCenter’s newly expanded and renovated building on the officially co-named Sculpture Street.
From 12–3pm experience family-friendly art-making activities, music, food, tours, and fun as well as an official opening ceremony. And then, from 3–5pm, enjoy music and drinks in SculptureCenter’s courtyard. We hope to see you there!
Co-curated by Ruba Katrib, Curator, SculptureCenter, and artist Camille Henrot, Puddle, pothole, portal will bring together over 20 international artists. With play and curiosity, we can test boundaries and decipher our space. Bumping into objects, pushing them over, hopping over figments, falling down, we are clumsy and mischievous, like children in a world of new technologies. Incorporating a sense of wonder and humor, concepts surrounding animation and cartooning are expanded into an exhibition that enacts a similar sort of hysteria around flatness and depth in relation to technologies, real and illusory spaces—physical, virtual, internal, and external.