Past Exhibitions

E.g., 2018/11/20
E.g., 2018/11/20

Dafna Maimon & Ethan Hayes-Chute - Camp Solong: Almost Season | 6.1.18–6.23.18

SPACE is excited to present an exhibition of Camp Solong, an ongoing collaborative project by Dafna Maimon & Ethan Hayes-Chute. Camp Solong is a psychic reconfiguration of the American summer camp, a staple of childhood and adolescence, and often rites of passage. Rather than traditional outdoor pursuits though, this camp’s activities, which include Emotional Trashbinning and Solo Time-... MORE
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Ahmet Ögüt: Pledges of Allegiance | 5.16.18–6.5.18

  SPACE is proud to raise artist Ahmet Ögüt's flag, If  You'd Like to See This Flag in Colors, Burn it (In Memory of Marinus Boezem), (2018) as part of Creative Time's Pledges of Allegiance project.  The flag is inspired by Dutch visual artist Marinus Boezem’s postcard-size photograph titled If you’d like to see this photo in colors, burn it (1967-1969). It will be... MORE
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Justin Levesque - The Friction Coefficient of Ice Against Various Materials | 4.28.18–6.1.18

SPACE is pleased to present, The Friction Coefficient of Ice Against Various Materials, a new window installation by Portland-based artist, Justin Levesque. The Friction Coefficient of Ice Against Various Materials responds to Levesque's participation in The Arctic Circle artist residency and is a product of an interdisciplinary practice. Images of the Arctic Ocean, glaciers, icebergs and blue... MORE
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LaToya Ruby Frazier: Pledges of Allegiance | 4.25.18–5.16.18

SPACE is proud to raise artist LaToya Ruby Frazier's flag, FLINT, 1,462 Days and Counting Man-Made Water Crisis (2018) as part of Creative Time's Pledges of Allegiance project.  LaToya Ruby Frazier asks for justice for the communities in Flint, Michigan, with a flag that reminds us of the number of days residents have been living without water as of April 25th, 2018. The... MORE
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Rirkrit Tiravanija: Pledges of Allegiance | 4.4.18–4.24.18

SPACE is proud to raise artist Rirkrit Tiravanija’s flag, Untitled 2017 (fear eats the soul) (white flag) as part of Creative Time's Pledges of Allegiance project.  ​The message of Rirkrit Tiravanija’s flag is a reference to German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s film Ali: Fear Eats the Soul, the English translation of ‘Angst essen Seele auf’. The film first appeared in... MORE
Off-site

Sandra Erbacher - Geometry of Oppression | 3.16.18–5.12.18

Sandra Erbacher’s most recent work explores the parallels between bureaucracy and fascism via the appropriation and juxtaposition of text and diagrams from office furniture archives, images, fascist architecture and fashion, and the history of Nazi Germany. Shared formal characteristics between juxtaposed sets of images are emphasized, in order to allude to detached efficiency, rational... MORE
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Tyler Ryan - COSMIC LAG (ongoing) | 3.16.18–4.20.18

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Trevor Paglen: Weeping Angel | 3.14.18–4.4.18

SPACE is proud to raise artist Trevor Paglen​’s flag, Weeping Angel as part of Creative Time's Pledges of Allegiance project.  ​Paglen’s flag features a weeping angel surrounded by code. Weeping Angel is the name for a hacking tool that the CIA reportedly developed to spy on citizens, in which internet-connected TVs would be retooled to be in a fake “off” mode but covertly send... MORE
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Dave Eassa - Stop and Smell the Roses Sometimes | 1.17.18–3.10.18

If all else fails, find the Sun.  In times when it seems increasingly easy to become overwhelmed with current climates and negativity, take some time to remember the good. Celebrate the little things, and commemorate what makes you smile. A small act that keeps the wheels turning. Dave Eassa (b. 1991) is an artist and activist living and working in Baltimore, MD. Recent solo exhibitions... MORE
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