The Art of Archiving


Please join us on Tuesday, 06 December 2016, 7‐9p, for the panel discussion: The Art of Archiving, a conversation about archival practices in art making. The panel will focus on how art can function as a vessel for collective memory and will be composed of artists Alix Camacho, the artist duo Floor Grootenhuis and Frank Tate, John Ros and Erin Turner. The discussion will take place at the gallery of the Queens College Arts Center in the Benjamin Rosenthal Library and will be moderated by curator Adriana Pauly.

The Art of Archiving will be preceded by a curator-­led tour of the exhibition at 6p and followed by a reception to celebrate the end of the exhibition.

Curated by Adriana Pauly

on view through 09 December 2016

ATLAS [INDEX] ARCHIVE reflects on the ways in which contemporary artists understand and dialogue with archival practices (cataloging and organizing of visual and theoretical materials in order to generate aesthetic experiences. The works presented stand in for actions, memories and historic moments. Forever captured or continuously evolving they come together to map out personal and universal histories.

For more information please contact curator Adriana Pauly at adrianapauly1 /at/ gmail /dot/ com

Location: The gallery is located on the 6th Floor of the Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library on the Queens College campus at 65­‐30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, NY 11367. [map]