What if the most profound answers lay far beyond our usual modes of inquiry? Why do we dream? Why are we here? Can a machine think? What will happen to us after we die? Is there a place for us among the stars? By indulging in the loftiest of questions, we may discover a common ground amidst our differences.
Created by co-curator Jacob Palmer, StoreFrontLab present's a soundtrack to accompany and supplement the upcoming Season 3: The Unknown, The Unknowable, The Future.
A live recording of the recent panel discussion, Signifiers and Poetics, part of the recent exhibition, department of cautionary warning. Moderated by Nicolaus D. Wright, the panel discusses signs, graphics, and written language; how these modes of communication intersect with authority and activate the public realm. Panelists include Paul Chasan, Chris Guillard, Jeremy Mende, and Leah Nichols.
With a nod to Ed Ruscha’s Sunset Strip, Eliza Gregory's Massive Urban Change panoramic snakes around the project space walls and provides the first layer of what became a collaboratively collaged, narrative map of neighborhood change.