Speaking together is a bit like children in parallel play: sometimes they do the same thing, sometimes they play together, sometimes they are on different tracks entirely. But it takes place in the same space, and is one aspect of that constructionist learning as play that working with the stories of knowledges allows for.
[ACP is happy to present Parallel Play at Silvershed, NY, a three-woman show, featuring the work of Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Lee Maida and Jen Smith. The work in Parallel Play considers the materiality of bodily effort and pleasure as it intervenes with craft, sexuality and politics. Communal strategies of dialogue and intervention inform the exhibition. Click image for link.]