Drawing from personal histories + collective zeitgeist in Imperfect Tools For Navigation at American Medium, Jan 10 – Feb 4

, 9 January 2018

The Imperfect Tools For Navigation group exhibition at New York’s American Medium opens January 10 and is running to February 4.

The show is curated by Philadelphia’s artist-run gallery High Tide and features work by Devin N. Morris, James Bouché and Jared Rush Jackson.

Drawing from both ‘personal histories’ and a ‘collective zeitgeist,’ the works scan through deep histories both recent and past. In an act of ‘reframing and reclaiming’ the inherited past, the works look upon this act as a radical one that serves to “function as a beacon forward” with the use of imperfect tools. 

Also taking place concurrently to the exhibition is American Medium’s WINTER SESSIONS which will host a number of events including performance, screenings and readings running over December 14 to February 3.

Visit the American Medium website for details.**