14ºN61ºW presents Future Memories

By ARC Magazine Sunday, August 31st, 2014 Categories: Exhibitions, Updates

caryl* ivrisse-crochemar of 14ºN61ºW, Martinique, and [creative renegades society] are pleased to present a group exhibition highlighting eight artists whose work deals with several cultural, social and political examinations of self and fluidity.

Curated by ARC Magazine’s Director, Holly Bynoe, ‘Future Memories’ presents an amalgam of works by artists engaging with various disciplines including photography, performance, installation and New Media. The selected pieces reinforce complex ideas related to representation; its failures, limitations and subtleties intrinsic to the development of discreet and nuanced visual language.

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Future Memories – title borrowed from a collaboration between Blue Curry and Lisa Selby – presents a paradox highlighting critical concerns around the development and investigation of process, presence and immediacy. Future Memories conjures a type of unknowing, the welcoming of counter-narratives that complicate the monolithic mythologizing of the Caribbean space.

The exhibition will support works by Blue Curry + Lisa Selby (Bahamas/UK), Ian Deleón (Cuba/Brazil), Ivan Forde (US/Guyana), Deborah Jack (St. Maarten), James Cooper (Bermuda), Dominique Knowles (The Bahamas) and Citlally Miranda (Dominican Republic). The preview will be held September 12, 2014 from 7-10pm, and the show will run until October 25, 2014 at 14ºN61ºW.

Holly Bynoe is a visual artist, curator and writer from St. Vincent and the Grenadines. She is currently living and working across the Caribbean. Bynoe is the co-founder and director of ARC Magazine, the premiere visual art and culture publication focusing on contemporary art created throughout the Caribbean and its diaspora.

RSVP to the event on Facebook here. For more information, contact 14ºN61ºW.

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