Opening Night

Friday, April 16, 2021, 6:00PM

Join us on Friday, April 16th for the opening of two new exhibitions by artists-in-residence; Mildred Beltré Martinez (Brooklyn, NY) and Martha Poggioli (Brisbane, AU). Alongside these works, SPACES will present an exhibition of works produced by Columbia College Chicago Alumni curated by Megan Young, deputy director at SPACES.

Guests are required to wear masks and maintain social distance from staff and others as much as possible. For the purposes of public health, we will be limiting in-gallery attendance to 30 guests at a time. While the event is not ticketed, we ask that visitors help support us in our efforts.

For more information, visit the exhibition pages, call 216.621.2314, or email contact@SPACEScle.org.

The Origin of Form was supported, in part, by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. The works were produced in partnership with Sears think[box] and the Dittrick Medical History Center at Case Western Reserve University.

Join us on Friday, April 16th for the opening of two new exhibitions by artists-in-residence; Mildred Beltré Martinez (Brooklyn, NY) and Martha Poggioli (Brisbane, AU). Alongside these works, SPACES will present an exhibition of works produced by Columbia College Chicago Alumni curated by Megan Young, deputy director at SPACES.

Guests are required to wear masks and maintain social distance from staff and others as much as possible. For the purposes of public health, we will be limiting in-gallery attendance to 30 guests at a time. While the event is not ticketed, we ask that visitors help support us in our efforts.

For more information, visit the exhibition pages, call 216.621.2314, or email contact@SPACEScle.org.

The Origin of Form was supported, in part, by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. The works were produced in partnership with Sears think[box] and the Dittrick Medical History Center at Case Western Reserve University.

When & Where

Friday
April 16, 2021
6:00pm - 8:00pm

SPACES
2900 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44113

About the Artists

Mildred Beltré

Mildred Beltré is Brooklyn based artist, mother and activist working in print, drawing and participatory politically engaged practice, to explore facets of social change. She is interested in exploring political movements and their associated social relations and structures. Her most recent work involves looking at revolutionary theorizing and posturing through... Go to Artist Page

Martha Poggioli

Martha Poggioli (Brisbane, AU) is an artist working to uncover patterns, occurrences and languages hidden within the vast constellation of human made things. Exploiting methodologies and legacies of design, she investigates material histories to address personal questions relating to embodiment, representation and identity. Interested in banal objects, (un)natural bodies and... Go to Artist Page

Megan Young

Megan Young’s practice combines embodied protest, intentional rule breaking, and collective listening as a means to transcend the tautological fallacy of freedom in the United States today. Often moving between disciplines, her dissection and reassembly of algorithmic operations follows an open source/open access ethos as a means to disrupt unjust... Go to Artist Page

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