‘Collective Thinking, For Freedoms’ at Aperture

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Artists Brian Ulrich and Cara Phillips installing work for ‘Collective Thinking, For Freedoms’ at Aperture

Aperture has invited the artist-run super PAC, For Freedoms, to curate and implement an improvisational exhibition and series of dialogues that investigates the photographic collective as a model for responsive artistic production.

This two-week project will feature live events that bring together several active photography communities to discuss the practices, benefits, and methodologies of collectivity, while focusing on the question of what defines “the political” in art-making today.

The collectives included in the exhibition are EverydayClimateChange, Invisible Borders, Kamoinge, Piece of Cake, Rawi(ya), and WRRQ.

First year ICP-Bard student Timothy Briner is a member of the collective Piece of Cake.  Join the Piece of Cake collective on Friday, March 3, 2017 for a Photobooks & Beer event at Aperture from 6-9pm.

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