"Secured Windows 1" made of security envelope windows, 60" diameter, 2017 Doris Bittar.
I am pleased to announce art exhibits and talks I am participating in now and upcoming. Two are in San Diego (UCSD and City Community College), Governors Island with the Dysfunctional Theatre in NYC with LA artist, Joyce Dallal, and upcoming in Paris, France is a group exhibit that celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Institut du Monde Arabe. Next month I am on a panel at the New School on November 4. November 9th I give a talk on Migrant Mountains, a project on labor and migration at New York University's Social & Cultural Analysis Department. I hope you can view some of the exhibits, and join me at the talks.
Details are below:
An Open Eye On the Arab World - Exquisite Corpse, January-April 2018, Institut du Monde Arabe -The Arab World Institute, 30th Anniversary Exhibit with 200+ artists, Paris, France
Art in The Age of X, Nov 11–Dec 14, 2017, City Gallery, San Diego City College, San Diego, California. The pieces, Migrant Mountains: Latin American 1, and a Collaborative animation projection, Autocratic Autocorrect with Nada Shalaby.
Hannah By the Window with Joyce Dallal & Doris Bittar show their pieces; Secured Window seen above acting like a moon above Joyce's Refuge, a pup tent made of random maps. Oct 7 – Oct 29, 2017, Open weekends 12-5 p.m. House 8B Dysfunctional Theater Collective, Governors Island, New York, NY
Provoking Change, Two large maps of Europe and the Arab World made out of security envelope patterns are shown with UCSD alumni and faculty, Oct 12 - Dec 7, 2017, University Art Gallery (UAG), University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California
TALKS FOR NOVEMBER 2017:
The House We're Building, panel of Vera List Award Finalists, Gulf Labor with Greg Sholette and Nitasha Dillon, Nov 4, 2017, The New School, Theresa Lang Community Center, 55 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011
Migrant Mountains: Statistical Realms, Nov 9th at Social and Cultural Analysis, 20 Cooper Square, 4th Floor, New York University. New York, NY
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