Thomas Hunter Project Space
930 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY

Through October 31

Thomas Hunter Project Space is proud to present Shift/Fix(ed), a series of multimedia collaborative works by MFA students from UMass Dartmouth.  What do the words Shift/Fix(ed) imply to contemporary art practice? We are told our political, environmental, and social worlds are shifting, in flux—perhaps on the precipice of change & revolution. The Postmodernist tradition, where the disruption of norms and critical stance in society was a given- is now under severe attack. Questions about the mutability of truth (fixed or un-fixed) permeate the culture. Are we talking to or at one another? Paired artists will form a discourse in the production of wall based works in diptych format that considers the rough dynamics of the world they live, how their practice navigates (shifts) and/or participates in the public space. Curated by UMD professors Jim Lawton and Janine Wong.

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