Indianapolis Show Case Open Day in celebration of Arleen Schloss curated by Sur Rodney (Sur)
17 Jan 2019
10:00AM - 5:00PM
|Where||Hauser & Wirth Institute
1 Union Square West, Suite 801
New York, NY
I’ve kept company with many artists, many of them on their way to becoming. Some becoming renowned. In my living I see the potential in what’s been produced, acquired, and achieved within social environments, and presented and imprinted on the culture at large. Recognizing artists’ social engagements, in any community, presents a fuller view into the creation and development of artists and their work. Availability, access, opportunity all play a part in these social engagements. Where do they connect?
Considering the fourteen archives I’ve worked with led me to reflect on Arleen Schloss, an artist, teacher, and co-producer of Wednesday’s at A’s, an events series she hosted from her loft on Broome Street. Her archive reintroduces a network of events that were seminal to many artists in the process of becoming, reinforced by what she manifested in her own creative production, influenced in her workshops, and encouraged with her many collaborators.— Sur Rodney (Sur)
Image courtesy of the organizer.
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