Fall Open Studios at Triangle Arts Association
Thursday October 1 from 6-9 pm
Triangle Arts Association
20 Jay Street, Suites 318 + 350
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Triangle’s fall Open Studios spotlights both our Residency and Workshop programs.
From 6–9 pm view works-in-progress and engage with our current artists-in-residence whose projects span painting, sculpture, film, photography, performance and more: Nadim Abbas (Hong Kong), Filip Cenek (Czech Republic), Gabriella Csoszó (Hungary), Wojciech Kosma (Poland), Yim Maline (Cambodia), Lucia Nimcova (Slovakia), Eng Rithchandaneth (Cambodia), Talk is Cheap (Colombia/Ecuador/United States) and Choy Theanly (Cambodia).
At 7 pm we will premier a short film by Lior Tamim that uniquely documents the artistic process and work produced this summer during the 2015 Triangle Artists’ Workshop. Now in its 33rd year, the Workshop brings 25 artists together from around the world for an intensive two-week residency focused on dialogue and experimentation. Tamim’s video vibrantly captures the experience of living and working alongside a wildly diverse group of artists on the site of a century-old dairy farm on 120 acres of rolling hillside in upstate New York.
The film features appearances and work by Neil Ayling (UK), Caroline Bouissou (France), Maud Bryt (US), Andres Carranza (Costa Rica), CHiKA (Japan), Thomas Couderc (France), Jean-Philippe Dordolo (France), Carl E. Hazlewood (US/Guyana), Daniel Horowitz (US), Ariel Kleinberg (US), Rose Kirumira (Uganda), Céline Lastennet (France), Rob List (US), Leif Low-Beer (US), Joshua Jon Miller (US), Ye-Eun Min (South Korea), Trokon Nagbe (US/Liberia), Carlos Pileggi (Brazil/Belgium), Yann Pocreau (Canada), John Roach (US), Zoya Siddiqui (Pakistan), Jill Trappler (South Africa), Denise Treizman (Chile), Julie Trudel (Canada), and Winnie Yoe (Hong Kong).
Triangle Arts Association is a NYC based non-profit arts organization founded in 1982 to support international and U.S. artists. Triangle’s core initiatives: Residencies, Workshops and Public Programs are centered on dialogue, experimentation and the creation of community around art. www.triangle-arts-association.org
Special thanks to Asian Cultural Council, Brooklyn Arts Council, Lagunitas, New York State Council on the Arts, Two Trees, Vermont Studio Center and International Visegrad Fund for their support of Triangle’s 2015 Fall Open Studios.
Image: Wojciech Kosma, Public Rehearsal with Yunuen Rhi, 2015.