Join Artspace New Haven for the exhibition opening of Completely Familiar, Entirely Free, a video exhibition on the external façade of Artspace New Haven, guest curated by Saskia Globig and Michael Ipsen of the new media collective Lino Kino on July 16th, 8:00–10:00 PM at Artspace (50 Orange St.).
The video exhibition will be projected on the outside of our building 24/7, featuring the works of New Haven and Philadelphia-based artists, Lani Asunción, Amira Brown, Saskia Globig & Michael Ipsen, Kyuri Jeon, Micah Lat, Matt Lavine, Anna Lindemann, Shelby Meier, Fred Schmidt-Arenales, Jessica Smolinski, and Sonnie Wooden in an exploration of the historic and continued roles of industry and advertising in shaping urban spaces. The opening will be a time to gather, eat some kettlecorn, and enjoy some lemonade and beer alongside the looped screening; so come on out with friends and family to join us!
The exhibition materials are available in English and Spanish. Completely Familiar, Entirely Free
is accompanied by free public programming at Artspace. See our calendar for more information: https://artspacenewhaven.org/calendar/