“Ungrounded” Exhibition

The International Studio & Curatorial Program

poster for “Ungrounded” Exhibition
[Image: Simone Couto "2x2" (2019) multimedia, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist]

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Ungrounded, a group exhibition, features 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.

Public Programs

October 8, 6–8pm: Opening reception in ISCP’s Project Space with a performance by Simone Couto at 7 pm.

November 19, 6:30–8pm: Film screening and discussion on gun violence in the United States, led by Joshua Liebowitz with additional speakers to be announced.



from October 08, 2019 to December 06, 2019

Opening Reception on 2019-10-08 from 18:00 to 20:00
Performance by Simone Couto, 7–7:15pm

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