The Aesthetics of Garbage: Final Presentation
The Aesthetics of Garbage is an ongoing research laboratory for projects that scavenge, explore and reflect on discarded ideas. This final presentation will feature:
- excerpts of Known Mass: St. Maurice by Ann Glaviano
- interactive installation of Light Moving Through Time by Nick Shamblott
- excerpts of Between the Chamber, the Cavity, You and a Receptacle for One or More and Displace Engine by Caitlin H. Adams
- interactive performance exhibit of Borrowed Trauma by Meryl Murman
“Of all the garbage that threatens us, the most dangerous are the masses of discarded ideas.”
Artifact: something characteristic of or resulting from a particular human institution, period, trend or individual.
The Aesthetics of Garbage is an ongoing research laboratory for projects that scavenge, explore and reflect on discarded ideas. Curated by FLOCK and lasting the duration of Prospect 4, artists Ann Glaviano, Nick Shamblott, Caitlin Adams and Meryl Murman will engage with each other, collaborating artists and the public in critical conversations and experiments that respond to cultural artifacts, lost causes, abandoned plans, and forgotten ideas through various media.