Ungrounded, group exhibition at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (NYC)


October 8th - December 6th. 2019

Ungrounded is a group exhibition featuring the work of the seven artists in residence in ISCP’s Ground Floor Program. The exhibition considers—from many vantage points—today’s political, social, and ecological urgencies. Works include a compilation of words in need of safeguarding painted by Danilo Correale; Simone Couto’s multimedia presentation of immigrant stories spanning 150 years in 2 x 2; Furen Dai’s two-dimensional work examining global census forms; Mariajosé Fernández-Plenge’s photographic exploration of the fine line between mental illness and compulsive habits in Small Obsessions; Jude Griebel’s latest figurative sculpture highlighting dystopic paranoia; Joshua Liebowitz’ Proof Burdens – No1, an ongoing multimedia project investigating grievance in the United States; and Alison Nguyen’s every dog has its day, a video made with consumer-produced media highlighting the connections between religion, self, and technology.

Artists in the exhibition: Danilo Correale, Simone Couto, Furen Dai, Mariajosé Fernandez-Plenge, Jude Griebel, Joshua Liebowitz, and Alison Nguyen.

Ungrounded is organized by Alexandra Friedman, Programs Associate, ISCP.

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