Fri 8/21-Fri 10/9
It’s time for something new at SPACES, and you can actually see it in person at their opening reception, with timed tickets available now.
SPACES artist-in-residence, Washington D.C. visual/performance artist Holly Bass, originally planned to explore the impact of the court system on Cleveland residents in Liberation Lab. But the pandemic cause a switch in focus; instead, she’s looking at personal health and safety during this pandemic. “Using “kitchen magic,” invented rituals, poetic spells, and instructionals, the artist invites viewers to write down wishes in exchange for small talismans and mementos,” they explain.
Also opening is a group show called A Public Trust, in which artists Elizabeth Emery, Angela Davis Fegan, Leila Khoury, Ephraim Nehemiah, and Jordan Wong, for which the artists are engaging diverse community members on how to renew our faith in information sharing and public processes.
Both exhibits will evolve and grow during their run, through October 9. Danielle Andress’ The Grass Is Always Greener, which debuted in June, has been extended through October 9 as well.
Free timed tickets are available here.