Juried by Jean Shin
What is the relationship between recycling and art? We constantly seek out ways to deal with what we produce, consume, and discard. The aesthetic potential of trash is well established in artistic practice. It has had its place in avant-garde since the early twentieth century, when Marcel Duchamp introduced the idea of the readymade: discarded, modified works, remanufactured and displayed as an art. Site:Brooklyn is seeking artists whose practice continues to investigate the relationship between discarded materials and art. We are looking for works across all mediums
About the Juror:
Jean Shin is nationally recognized for her monumental installations that transform everyday objects into elegant expressions of identity and community. Her work has been widely exhibited in over 150 major museums and cultural institutions, including solo exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC.
Marcelo Macedo, Kate Rivers, Gabriel J. Shuldiner, Marcia Boyajian, Melissa Joseph, Lisa Hein, Darlyn Susan Yee, Laura, Petrovich-Cheney, Doerte Weber, Jessica Moon Bernstein, Rebecca Siemering, Cecil Howell, Mari Skarp-Bogli, Kathy Greenwood, Susan Avishai, Christine Chin, Minsung Keyoung, Abby Cheney, Samuel Schwindt, Sandra Eula Lee, Mary Wong, Claire Watson, Oki Fukunaga, Carol Diamond, Rima Day, Kate Rusek, Jeff Wallace, Sarah Clough, Anastasia Komarova, Emily Newman