Geandy Pavón, Ananké: El héroe y las moiras / Ananké: The Hero and the Fates, 2009. Occupying, Building, Thinking

We have not one, but TWO exhibitions for you to enjoy this Summer! Avoid the heat and drizzle and check out some revolutionary art at USFCAM! Join us for our receptions and enjoy beverages and good company.


Occupying, Building, Thinking: Poetic and Discursive Perspectives on Contemporary Cuban Video Art (1990-2010)
June 7 – August 3, 2013
@USFCAM

This exhibition of videos by Cuban artists working worldwide invites contemplation of what it means to occupy (a home, a plot of land, a city, a society…) and the relationship between occupying and building and the concept of the work of art in today’s global culture. Three interconnected segments pose the question of how to reinvent a language for imagining what is public, private and intimate in a culture like Cuba’s, where civil society has been supplanted by the State. Concept and Video Curation by Dennys Matos; Exhibition Curated by Noel Smith; Environment by Vanessa Diaz; Organized by USFCAM.


Paul Robinson: Form of Absence x-rays | paintings | reliquaries
June 7 – August 3, 2013
@USFCAM

Main Entry, Jože Ple?nik House & Atelier, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Paul Robinson
Paul O. Robinson is an artist and architect living and teaching in Ljubljana, Slovenia, whose research concerns transformative methods of representation using artifactual and indexial sources. Form of Absence references the work of the Slovene architect Jože Pležnik, known for his abstracted classical forms built in Prague, Vienna and throughout Slovenia. The exhibition proposes that the accessible evidence found in the aftermath of occupation is not always what it seems. Project curated by Robert MacLeod, USF Professor and Director of the School of Architecture and Community Design; organized by USFCAM.


RECEPTION INFORMATION
June 7, 7–9pm, USFCAM
Join us to celebrate the exhibition opening with artists and curators.
ART Thursday: Conversation with Curators of Occupying, Building, Thinking

June 20, 6–8pm, USFCAM
Join us for Conversation with the exhibition’s curators. Free refreshments provided.

Occupying, Building, Thinking: Curator’s Tour
June 27, 12pm, USFCAM

Visit CAM on your lunch break for a free guided tour of Occupying, Building, Thinking with IRA Curator Noel Smith.


Exhibition Hours: 10am–5pm M–F; 1–4pm Sat; Closed Sundays and USF Holidays; Free admission to all events

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