The exhibition portion at the Milieux Institute will be open as of May 5th (some artist exceptions) from Monday to Saturday, 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM EST. Floor maps will be available on site to situate the works.
In the Middle, a Chimera considers how new, breakthrough technology developed under the veil of capitalism inevitably bends to its whirling, maelstrom pull (sometimes despite more communitarian originary intentions): the goal of this exhibition/project is to envision and develop community-oriented futures where this pull is redirected towards mutually beneficial relationships, and ways in which we might undermine or re-conceptualize these technologies to not only nurture ourselves but our surrounding ecosystems and environments.
10TH FLOOR (Floor maps will be available on site)
Tricia Enns | Narrative Debris: Mapping with pulp, debris, electronics, and many hands
Megan Stein | The Yellow Wallpaper – Sensory Implications
Andrew Rabyniuk | A representational disassembly of the practical machinery for a conditional technicity in material relations (Leclerc Artistat 36” four-shaft jack loom I, II, and III)
The Solar Media Project: Isabelle Boucher Alex Custodio Janna Frenzel Michael Iantorno Idun Isdrake Malte Leander Fenwick McKelvey Robert Marinov Bart Simon Don Undeen Edith Viau Christine White Lee Wilkins
Patrick Seemann-Ricard | Exposed Façades
Melina Campos Ortiz | Abolissons les tropiques: An ethnography of snow in three blog entries