Worksound International is proud to present “Nine Lives”, our second collaborative exhibition with Upswell featuring the work of Valentino Quijano-Moeckel.
Amigos Imaginarios explores the relationship of facial features and the socio-economic disparities in Latin American culture.
When something brilliant, beautiful, or universally helpful is created, the challenge of conveying its importance to a wide enough audience can be more challenging than the act of creation itself.
In La Navaja, Mexican bingo aesthetics and native patterns clash with pop culture icons that are re-interpreted and elevated to an almost religious fervor.
When looking for the liminal spaces created by city life and art, there are often niches that form part of both. The exploration of the areas of intersection of freedom, community and exhibition gives a space for performative interventions and installations that may widen our interpretation of our perceptions of all.
A suitcase exhibition of original works that are a product of their own transmission. TRAFFIC.zip, will travel to Mexico City from Portland, Oregon in a checked suitcase under 50lbs, debuting upon their arrival.
We reflect upon the limits of file sizes, data quantities, shipping weights, carry-on sizes as they relate to information and objects of intangible, private, historical, and personal value.
Ideas of fitting in are all about normality, the act of discriminating and the act of “belonging”.
Who exactly are you or I to say what is normal and what fits?
Machines aside, our present day reality is about profiling, judging and discriminating about many factors: skin, culture, gender, religion, age, race, and on.
Hap Gallery, in collaboration with Worksound International, announces two simultaneous exhibitions with Antwerp, Belgium-based artists. In a Rhythmic Fashion, by Carla Arocha and Stéphane Schraenen, will be presented at Hap Gallery, and idealSTATE, by Vanessa Van Obberghen, will be presented at Worksound International.