TALKS: October 13: 7 – 8 pm
Dr. Lynne Cooke – Via Facebook LIVE
Join Locust Projects and Oolite Arts virtually for a conversation with Dr. Lynne Cooke, Senior Curator for Special Projects in Modern Art at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, streamed on Facebook Live. It’s Free!
Through November 6:
Jessica Segal. Reverse Alchemy on the Gold Coast
A new immersive installation that underscores the reality that life-sustaining natural resources will become scarce across the globe, as humans both drive, and are impacted by, climate change, droughts, population growth, development, and pollution.
Lewis Colburn. A Fountain for a Dark Future
Blending digital and manual making processes, robotic elements, and a series of water pumps, the massive, improvised fountain at the center of Colburn’s A Fountain for a Dark Future alludes to disruptive events on the human horizon such as sea-level rise, automation, and the rise of authoritarianism.
Loni Johnson. Remnants
Johnson transforms the Mobile Studio into a physical space to inform, heal, and offer counter-narratives that commemorate Black women and girls and celebrates their role in the community; a place where they can feel seen, apart from the world that continues to silence them and deem them invisible.
Locust Projects is an arts incubator producing and presenting exhibitions, programs, and projects. Founded by artists for artists in 1998, Locust Projects is Miami’s longest-running nonprofit alternative art space. As a leading incubator of new art and ideas, Locust Projects emphasizes boundary-pushing creative endeavors, risk-taking, and experimentation by local, national, and international artists. We invest in South Florida’s arts community by providing artists with project grants and empower creative careers by supporting the administrative work of being an artist through an onsite artist resource hub and access to pro bono legal services.
Locust Projects3852 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, Fl. 33127
P: 305 576 8570