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Whisper Or Shout: Artists in the Social Sphere

Date

March 17 - May 1, 2016

Tue - Sun, 10am-6pm; Closed Mondays

Cost

FREE

Location

Gallery at BRIC House
647 Fulton Street
(Enter on Rockwell Place)
Brooklyn, NY 11217
United States
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  • Brendan Fernandes, Devil's Noise (video still), 2011

  • Photo by Jason Wyche

  • Photo by Jason Wyche

  • Photo by Jason Wyche

  • Alicia Grullon, Filibuster, Photo by Angelys Ocana

  • Shaun Leonardo, The Eulogy, photo by Angelys Ocana

Curated by Elizabeth Ferrer

Opening Reception: March 16, 2016, 7-9pm

 

Whisper Or Shout features the work of nine artists who engage with a range of critical contemporary social and political issues. Each of the artists will bring different issues to the table, including police violence, homelessness, gentrification, and cultural self-determination, to name a few. In presenting these projects, the exhibition will underscore the varied forms of communication and language that artists devise as strategies of protest, education, documentation and/or information sharing. They include posters, music, speech, silence, photography, computer languages, and apps. Central to the exhibition will be a series of public programs including artist performances and workshops.

Artists: Sol Aramendi, Matt BlackTaeyoon Choi, Alicia Grullon, Brendan Fernandes, Interference Archive, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Shaun Leonardo, and Kenneth Pietrobono.

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Venue Information:

The 3,000 square-foot Gallery in BRIC House has soaring 18-foot ceilings that permit major exhibitions focusing on emerging and mid-career artists and curators. 

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