Heather Kapplow's work at Flux Factory is part of an ongoing series of projects focused on the nature of vocation. Over the course of almost ten friggin' years now, Heather has been investigating different career paths in deep, unorthodox ways by providing alternate interpretations of job titles and work experiences.
chen tamir is an independent curator and arts writer based in New York, Toronto, and Tel-Aviv. She is also the Executive Director of Flux Factory. Chen holds an M.A. in Curatorial Studies from Bard College’s Center for Curatorial Studies, a B.A. in Anthropology, and a B.F.A. in Visual Art from York University. She has recently curated Stutter and Twitch at the Justina Barnicke Gallery and Life Stories at TPW that she spoke about at Union Docs. Mobile Archive was at Art in General (Sept. 24 – Oct. 17, 2009). An interview of Chen and Galit Eilat by Thom Donovan about the Mobile Archive is on Fanzine. Her writing has been published in Flash Art, C Magazine, Ciel Variable, BlackFlash, and various monographs. See One After Another a curatorial project recently at The National Gallery of Saskatchewan. An embarassing article about Chen was published in Manhattan Magazine.
Check out Chen’s contribution to Ex-Territory.
Upcoming exhibitions will be held at the Museums of Bat Yam (Sept. 2010), the Israeli Center for Digital Art (Nov. 2010) and the Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Oct. 2012)
Selected writings by Chen are here.
For full list of Chen’s projects please click here (PDF).