EventAugust 9, 2023, 5–9pm
2023 Summer Open House
ISCP announces Summer Open House 2023, a day of studio presentations by artists and curators currently in residence. This event is free and open to the public.
Come and celebrate a summer evening with friends and take part in conversations about international contemporary art with arts professionals from around the world in ISCP’s loft building on the border of Bushwick and Williamsburg. Founded in 1994, ISCP was established to support the creative advancement of an international community of artists and curators in New York City.
Three artists-in-residence will present performances during the event:
Starting at 7:00pm in Studio 219, Coralie Vogelaar will present Multi-Gesture Gym, a performance incorporating sound and sculpture comprising recombined deconstructed fitness devices, with choreography by Marjolein Vogels, performance by Avery Gerhardt, and soundscape by Hendrik-Jan Grievink.
From 7:30–8:15pm in Studio 304, Gregor Petrikovic will present a film installation accompanied by a live score performed by composers J. Mordechai and Jacob “NTHNL” Rudin.
At 8:30pm, Nadia Markiewicz will premiere her new work Bad Star in ISCP’s loading dock. In this performance, Markiewicz attempts to reclaim the grotesque body in the context of a scary story; she faces the archetype of the wrongdoer from a subjective point of view.
Alchemyverse: Messa in Luce, an exhibition by resident collaborative artist duo Alchemyverse, curated by Jess Wilcox, will be on view in the first floor project space. Messa in Luce is an immersive scale-shifting installation of work developed in and about Chile’s Atacama Desert. The artists invite exhibition goers to walk onto an elevated floor that vibrates with desert audio and houses artifacts from their field work, which can be viewed from above.
In addition, WAVE PHENOMENA: contemporary strategies of sonic agency, an exhibition by Atomic Culture, the 2023-24 ISCP institution-in-residence, will be on view in the 2nd floor gallery. The exhibition manifests the potential of sound as a catalyst for personal, political, and environmental reflection, and explores the practices of artists working within or around sound, presenting discourses on sonic agency.
Summer Open House is hosted by ISCP’s Young Patrons, a dynamic group that offers unique contemporary art events and programming, and provides support for institutional programs and operations. For further information and to become a member, please contact email@example.com.
ISCP thanks all of the generous collaboration and funding of residency sponsors and supporters.
This program is also supported, in part, by Alice and Lawrence Weiner; Danna and Ed Ruscha; Hartfield Foundation; Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation; Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; Brooklyn Borough President Antonio Reynoso; New York City Council District 34; New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature; James Rosenquist Foundation; and William Talbott Hillman Foundation.
Accessibility information: Please note that the entrance to ISCP has seven steps and a ramp, which is ADA compliant. There are seven artist studios and one exhibition space which can be accessed on the first floor of ISCP. There is an accessible bathroom on the first floor at the end of the hallway, up one step, where the artist studios are located. To access the second floor there is a
A staircase with a grab bar installed on the right side with 22 steps. The second floor has 22 artist and curator studios, one exhibition space, and a lounge where remarks by our guest speaker will take place. To access the third floor there is a staircase with a grab bar installed on the right side with 24 steps. The third floor has five artist and curator studios. ISCP can access a freight elevator to bring visitors between the first and second floors on request.
ISCP can offer two reserved parking spaces on request for people with disabilities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a parking space and/or freight elevator usage.