Li-Ming Hu is an interdisciplinary artist who employs a carnivalesque sensibility, to explore the relationships between cultural production and the construction of subjectivities.
November 20th-27th, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday November 20th, 6-9pm. Artist presentations at 7pm.
Pivot is an international, multi-venue group art exhibition exploring processes of consuming and subsuming through multimedia, sculpture, sound, and research lecture.
The show features work from artists based in Philadelphia, Copenhagen, Denmark, San Pedro, New York and Boston.
Featured artists include:
Nadia Botello (Philadelphia, PA) installs a large, interactive sound installation inspired by how sound passes through bodies of water.
Karl Sandegård (Copenhagen, Denmark) shows multiple sculptural works that relate to lung capacity and making tangible what is normally invisible.
Curated by Will Owen
On November 6th a show with the same theme and name will open in Philadelphia at Little Berlin Gallery. The two shows will be mirror images of each other, but with slight variations, like concave and convex mirrors.
Additionally, November 21st at 11 am there will be a performance and lecture series on a chinatown bus running from New York to Philadelphia and back to New York the same evening at 6 pm. Beverage service, snacks and a light dinner is included. RSVP for this bus trip will be live October 15th, 2015 on LittleBerlin.org/pivot-bus-trip