Tai Hwa Goh: Leaks


June 6 – August 21, 2016

Mon-Fri, 8AM-10PM; Sat & Sun, 10AM-6PM




BRIC House Hallway
647 Fulton St.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States
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Tai Hwa Goh, Leaks (detail), 2016


Curated by Jenny Gerow, Assistant Curator

Opening Reception Wed, June 29, 2016 | 7-9PM

On view through August 21, 2016


Artist Tai Hwa Goh creates brightly colored, delicately layered installations from hand-printed paper. The title of her installation, Leaks, references the unintended and therefore undesired openings for fluid to escape a container. Leaks can also be seen as the point where the contents of a container and exterior material can be exchanged. For her installation at BRIC, Goh uses BRIC House as a metaphorical body or container of the brimming creative minds of the people that walk its halls and inhabit its spaces. Her installation is an open expression of the intended leaks at BRIC House: the emotions, creativity, and paradigms that the hallway struggles to contain.This hallway installation was conceived in dialog with the exhibition Look Up Here, I’m In Heaven.

BRIC Hallway Commissions provide space for visual artists to create installations, frequently in dialogue with exhibitions on view in the Gallery.

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