the long-lasting intimacy of strangers

curated by Candice Lin

the long-lasting intimacy of strangers

curated by Candice Lin

A contemporary art exhibition featuring a video projection and illuminated sculptural installations in a gallery setting, with framed artworks on the walls in the background.

Ai Hasegawa, I wanna deliver a dolphin, 2013, HD video, TRT 00:02:39     

On view: March 26, 2016 – May 21, 2016

the long-lasting intimacy of strangers is a group exhibition that engages principles of co-evolution. Looking at nature and the social meanings we make around origins and inter-species interactions, the works in the exhibition bring out the fantastical dormant within the seemingly ordinary objects that surround us: stones, plants, animals and bacteria. The artists in the exhibition probe our ideas around animacy, collaborating with monstrous rocks, extinct flowers, and alchemical microbes. The group exhibition is curated by Los Angeles-based artist Candice Lin.

See exhibition images here.

Featuring artists: Christina Agapakis, Mehraneh Atashi, Bruce Bickford, Ai Hasegawa, Ulrik Heltoft, Miljohn Ruperto (with Aimee de Jongh), and Sissel Tolaas

Opening reception: March 26, 2016 from 6 – 8p.m.

Gallery hours: Monday through Thursday & Saturday, 12-5 pm.

Admission to the Luckman Gallery is free of charge.

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