in conjunction with Freight+Volume / DNA
BroLab, in conjunction with Freight+Volume / DNA is pleased to present Moses Transpo, a new malleable installation, that explores themes of mobility and public space for the UNTITLED. Art Fair. During the run of the fair a series of panel discussions about art and design will inhabit the installation.
December, 5th @ 4pm
Moderated by Terence Riley, Founding member of K/R, Formerly chief curator for architecture and design at MOMA, NY
This panel asks if artists and designers working in cities have the capacity to ask critical questions, create ruptures in the everyday, ignite resilient forms of activism, and enable innovative forms of civic and social participation.
Ghost of a Dream (Lauren Was & Adam Eckstrom)
December, 6th @ 4pm
Moderated by José Carlos Diaz, Curator of Exhibitions, The Bass Museum of Art
This panel covers the overlap between art and organizing in the public realm. From DIY community projects by artists and collectives to institutionally supported public interventions, enterprises and partnerships, this panel will discuss the future of art and social practice.
Travis LeRoy Southworth
Bowie Zunino (Wassaic Project)
December, 7th @ 4pm
Moderated by Paddy Johnson
of Art F City
This panel will examine the currencies generated in the artworld and its many markets and systems. Participants will be asked to reflect on current and future trends in both content, aesthetics and strategy surrounding practices in contemporary art.