NEW WORKS BY CORY IMIG AND WOLFIE E. RAWK
November 16 – December 1, 2014
ACRE Projects | 1913 W 17th Street, Chicago, IL
Curated by Lynnette Miranda and Etta Sandry
Curatorial Advisor: Kathy Cho
Futile Divide presented contrasting works by Cory Imig and Wolfie E. Rawk, placing them in dialogue with one another to examine the implications of personal, conceptual, and social structures. Pointing at existing systems, each artist explored various materials and processes to enhance the futility of these constructs and to break down established boundaries.
The exhibition was presented at ACRE Projects in Chicago, IL from November 16 – December 1, 2014. Futile Divide was curated by Lynnette Miranda and Etta Sandry with assistance from Kathy Cho, who served as a curatorial advisor and publication designer. Find out more about this exhibition at acreresidency.org and make-space.net.