Work in progress: July 29–August 27; Thursday, Friday, and Sunday, 12–5PM
Genevieve Quick uses tropes of Science Fiction to address otherness and history through performance, sculpture, installation, and video. In her Planet Celadon series, Quick has exaggerated the displacement and alienness of the Asian American diaspora in an absurd intergalactic narrative that features fantastical characters, including narwhals, unicorns, living vases, and an Asianaut. In her Project Space residency, Quick will continue her Planet Celadon series as an interactive video and sound installation that uses the language and format of video games to send a message to the galaxies.
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Project Space is located on the third floor of Building 944 and is currently accessible only by stairs.
Image: Genevieve Quick, Planet Celadon: Our Receiver is Operating (still), 2018; three-channel video performance work, TRT 20:55; © Genevieve Quick