ISCP TalkMarch 29, 2022, 6–7:30pm
Lizania Cruz and Zachary Fabri in Conversation with Alison Kuo
For this in-person artist talk, ISCP 2022 Vision Fund residents Zachary Fabri and Lizania Cruz will give presentations about their recent work and engage each other in a conversation. They will be joined by Arts Residency Manager Alison Kuo. A Q&A with the audience will follow.
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Zachary Fabri is an interdisciplinary artist that complicates boundaries around studio research, performance, and socially engaged practice by immersing himself in environments such as Target stores, the Trump Hotel, and the streets of Brooklyn. Employing conceptual strategies and context specificity, he utilizes drawing, photography, video, performance, and sound to create discourse around issues of equality, representation, justice, and the dismantling of systemic oppression. Fabri has exhibited work at Sharjah Biennial 2019, United Arab Emirates; Museum of Modern Art, New York; and The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, among others.
Lizania Cruz uses audience participation to investigate notions of being and belonging within the public sphere. Using objects such as books, zines, installations, happenings, video, and photography, she invites a diverse range of communities to co-create collaborative artworks. Through research, oral history, and active participants, the projects she develops aim to highlight pluralistic narratives about migration and race. Cruz has exhibited work at Bemis Center For Contemporary Arts, Omaha; El Museo del Barrio, New York; and CUE Art Foundation, New York City, among others.
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This program is supported, in part, by Hartfield Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; New York City Council District 34; New York State Council on the Arts and the New York State Legislature; Toby Devan Lewis; William Talbott Hillman Foundation; and Woodbury Foundation.