Shaping the Real at the Gardiner Museum

This summer, I’ll be participating in a residency at the Gardiner Museum as part of the “Make it Real Project.”  During the week of August 29th to September 4th, I’ll be working in the museum with artist Amanda Foulds on a collaborative photo based artwork. Come by for a visit during the week, and/or join us for our grand finale celebration on the evening of the 1st!

More information about the program can be found here.

Reserve your tickets here. 

Here’s our statement from the website:

LOST AND FOUND with Jennifer Chin and Amanda Foulds  

Museums house an archive of objects from civilizations past and present with the expressed intent of learning from these artifacts the stories about the peoples that made them. But not all of the museum’s collections are documented. The museum’s lost and found can be viewed as an unconscious community collaboration of sorts. We hope to work together to study, photograph, and interpret the objects left at the gallery to learn more about the visiting public. The objects will be photographed as though they were accessioned by the museum and then curated into narrative groupings lending themselves to an exploration of questions about ownership, aesthetics, authenticity, and cultural values.

I’m pretty darned excited to see what we find in the lost and found and what work we come up with!

Don’t forget to mark your calendars and join us!!

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